RAY SILKMAN, renowned jazz saxophonist, will be in concert Nov. 25 at the Freedom Hall Nathan Manilow Theater, 410 Lakewood Blvd. in south suburban Park Forest, at 7 p.m. Silkman vows to hypnotize the crowd with his smooth sound at his 2nd Annual Party wi
RAY SILKMAN, renowned jazz saxophonist, will be in concert Nov. 25 at the Freedom Hall Nathan Manilow Theater, 410 Lakewood Blvd. in south suburban Park Forest, at 7 p.m. Silkman vows to hypnotize the crowd with his smooth sound at his 2nd Annual Party with a Purpose. On. Nov. 27 he’ll play at the Superior Club, 12001 S. Halsted, at 6 p.m. For more information visit http://www.raysilkman.com
RINGLING BROS and BARNUM & BAILEY continue its electrifying edition of The Greatest Show On Earth until Nov. 27 at the United Center. Featured are Tabayara, dynamic animal trainer who stands eye-to-eye with ferocious tigers, ride rearing stallions, work with four-on Asian elephants and the fearless Fernandez Brothers, and the Human Fuse, Brian Miser, sets the arena sky ablaze with rockets charging through the air. Tickets range from $13 – $60.
THE MERCURY THEATER stages “The Christmas Schooner,” a Musical directed by L. Walter Stearns with Musical Direction by Eugene Dizon and Choreography by Brenda Didier featuring Jeff Award winners Cory Goodrich and Jim Sherman. The action began Nov. 21 at the Mercury Theater, 3745 N. Southport.
MUNTU DANCE THEATRE OF CHICAGO, 7127 S. Ellis Ave., will feature a special dynamite presentation filled with flashing fire entitled “Spice it Up!” Dec.1 and Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the DuSable Museum of African American History, 740 E. 56th Pl. In addition to a dynamic concert of dance there will be available fantastic gifts from local artists in Muntu’s Artists Marketplace. Ticket are $15 (adults), $8 (children under 12) and $12 for adults groups of 50 or more.
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