Arts And Theatre
South Shore Dance Alliance held auditions for their dance company on Oct. 22, 2010.
ART Out & About host Geoffrey Bates, left, interviews GSU professor and local artist Art Bourgeois.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Governors State University's Division of Digital Learning and Media Design has begun work on a new television series for cable and web broadcast called "ART Out & About." The series highlights the diversity of creative and artistic organizations in Chicago's south suburbs.
HIGHLAND | The Highland Theatre Company presents "The Diary of Anne Frank" on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the high school, 9135 Erie St.
Student actors in "The Diary of Anne Frank" are, in back, Jon Drake; in front row, from left, Paige Walker and Brittney Urban; and, seated, Kassidy Norman.
HAMMOND | The Bishop Noll Institute Drama Club will perform "Harvey," a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by acclaimed playwright Mary Chase, in its fall production beginning Nov. 12.
The student production of "Children of Eden" at Munster High School includes, from left, Natalie Vick, Nick Estes, Michael Peters, Katie Taylor, Steven Caraher, Alexa Johnson, and Jonathan Wachala, above.
Adam, played by Michael Peters, and Eve, played by Katie Taylor, are about to take a bite of the forbidden fruit in the Munster High School production of "Children of Eden."
MUNSTER | The Munster Theatre Company presents "Children of Eden" from Stephen Schwartz and John Caird opening Nov. 18 at Munster High School's auditorium, 8808 Columbia Ave.
TF South High School students performing in the musical "Working" are, from left to right, Amanda Koziarski, Jeremiah Perez, Cheyenne Compten, Taylor Toms, Sterlin Johnson, Darrel Love, Lindsay Henderson, Emily Schreiber, Samantha Vogt, and Maricruz Espadas. In back are Katie Oberman and Dem…
LANSING | Thornton Fractional South High School students will perform the musical "Working" on Thursday, Friday and Saturday as their fall production.
CHICAGO | The Beverly Theatre Guild, a member of the League of Chicago Theatres, announces open auditions for the second production of its 2010-11 season, "Cadillac," written by Bill Jepsen.
Friends of the Crown Point Community Library will hold its annual fall book sale from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. Members of the Friends are invited to come to an early preview sale from 1 to 3 p.m. today.
Celebrate the Indiana Ballet Theatre's 31st anniversary at the Classical Arts Gala from 6 to 11 p.m. Oct. 15 at St. Elijah Serbian Hall, 8700 Taft St., Merrillville.
Last Sunday, one of the members of St. Stephen Episcopal Church made an announcement after the service about a new soup kitchen open to anyone in need of a good healthy meal and the friendship of others.
MERRILLVILLE | An art class for participants ages 16 and older is available through Merrillville Adult and Community Education.
MERRILLVILLE | The Indiana Historical Society's traveling exhibition Indiana Cartoons and Cartoonists will be open through Sept. 26 at the Lake County Public Library, 1919 W. 81st Ave.
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CHICAGO | On the day that people in Mexico will celebrate the nation's Bicentennial of its independence declaration from Spain, a new exhibit will open that will show off the culture that existed in that land prior to the Spanish arrival in what is now North America.
The Unión Benéfica Mexicana (U.B.M.) is sponsoring an arts exhibition in both Hammond and East Chicago to commemorate Mexico's Bicentennial Celebration of Independence and the Centennial Anniversary of its Revolution,
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