Below is a listing of local fall and winter programs: The WilderPark Conservatory’s seasonally-themed display will feature fall flowers daily from 11 a.m. until Nov. The DuPage Art League features unique gifts made by local artisans between 11 a.m. to noon on working days. From Wednesday Nov. 1 to Wednesday November. 2nd this year, the Festival of Trees will take location at Hawthorn Mall from 11 a.m. till 4 p.m.
The Hawthorn Mall is having a shop-a-holic’s delight! shophawthornmall.com. The NASA’s “The art of tomorrow”: Verse Immersive is a 60-minute holographic theater experience that incorporates the latest AR technology. Enjoy stunning views, solve challenges, engage with the mythical creatures, and much more. Tickets start at $. navypier.org. “Season’s Greetings”: From Thursdays to Saturdays, at p.m. with Sundays starting at p.m. until December the Playhouse Theatre of McAninch Arts Center Fawell.
Alan Ayckbourn is known for his humorous look at stress and the highs as well as lows that a family experiences in the winter holiday season. “A Christmas Story” the musical is among Ayckbourn’s most popular plays. The beloved film about the Parker family is brought live on stage with this show. $-$. (- – or MarriottTheatre.com. “Elf The Musical” The show, which runs in various times throughout the holiday season, will be on display.
Drury Lane Theatre presents “ELF The Musical” at p.m. on Sundays and at p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays from January. . The musical stage version of this holiday movie is an absolute must-see. For more information, please visit drurylanetheatre.com/elf-the-musical/. Paramount Theatre Paramount Theatre presents “The Sound of Music” on Fridays at p.m. every Friday and p.m. on Saturdays, and at p.m. during Sundays, and p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays from January. .
Here’s a schedule of shows on stage in Chicago including: Jeeves Intervenes: Various dates and times throughout December in Mayslake Estate st. Oak Brook. First Folio Theatre opens its last season with Bertie and Jeeves their first venture. $-$; Tickets are available to students. firstfolio.org. Lightingscape: Multiple dates and times until January. at the Chicago Botanic Garden, Lake-Cook Road, Glencoe. Explore a brand new route as well as a an illuminated installation.
Through December, you can experience “Wicked” at the James M. Nederlander Theatre for a variety of times and dates. Tickets start at $ and go up to $1. You can purchase tickets through the phone number (-) (-). , or visit broadwayinchicago.com/theatre/chicagos-james-m-nederlander-theatre. You can also enjoy the Illumination event, which is the third annual celebration of Tree Lights while sampling seasonal beers, ciders and meads brewed by local breweries on the trail of Illumination at Morton Arboretum during Thursday and Friday from November through. For Thursday, admission is $1 for general admission and $1 for designated drivers.
Chicago has many theatre events, so you are sure to discover something that is to your preference. Whatever your preferences of theater might be there is a good chance that you’ll locate a show you’ll enjoy.