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Dancing Pros: Live! Nov 1 - Nov 2, 2014  
Cadillac Palace Theatre Dancing Pros: Live!
 
Join Dancing With the Stars' Chelsie Hightower and Edyta Sliwinska and host Alan Thicke (TV's Growing Pains) as dance champions from around the world compete and you the audience decide the winner. You'll see masterful performances of a wide variety of dance styles, including cha-cha, waltz, tango, swing, freestyle samba and the jitterbug. Dancing Pros: Live! pulls out all the stops, with a glamorous set, stunning costumes and spectacular group numbers. The show will also feature singers from TV competitions such as American Idol and The Voice.
 
   
Spaceboy Nov 2 - Jan 4, 2015  
Annoyance Theatre Spaceboy
 
With plans to raise the perfect galactic being, a renegade wing of NASA kidnaps an imaginative little boy who is already obsessed with space. But things don't quite work out exactly as planned ... Spaceboy tunes its comedic telescope to the difficulties faced when he is eventually freed, and he finds his reentry into society more than a bit difficult. And as if all the absurd adjustments he's learning to make aren't enough, the man who once commanded the rogue wing of NASA responsible for his kidnapping remains at large ... and he's still sneaking around the periphery of Spaceboy's world.
 
   
Dee Snider's Rock and Roll Christmas Tale Nov 4 - Jan 4, 2015  
Broadway Playhouse Dee Snider's Rock and Roll Christmas Tale
 
DEE SNIDER'S ROCK & ROLL CHRISTMAS TALE tells the story of Däisy Cütter, a heavy metal bar band looking to make it big even though the 80s are LONG over. This year, these four guys are ready to take the ultimate step and, in mythic rock tradition, sell their souls to the devil in exchange for success beyond their wildest metal dreams! But every time they try to seal the infernal pact, their head-banging anthems turn into warm-hearted carols. Soon these rockers are forced to realize their dreams of stardom are no match for the Christmas spirit. Dee Snider, infamous lead singer of Twisted Sister, has created a VERY funny, VERY rocking and (sshhh!) VERY sweet new holiday musical, guaranteed to rock your whole family's holiday and twist your Christmas.
 
   
The American Revolution Nov 4 - Nov 29, 2014  
Theater Unspeakable at Adventure Stage Chicago The American Revolution
 
The American Revolution is a critical history lesson in 50 minutes. Seven actors – suspended on a platform two feed off the ground – share 21 square feet of space to recreate the entire American fight for independence from Lexington to Yorktown. Combining tongue-in-cheek humor with a dash of derring-do, The American Revolution displays Theater Unspeakable’s rowdy brand of bare-boned and imaginative physical theater in its first ever extended run in Chicago.
 
   
Women At War Nov 5 - Dec 6, 2014  
Rivendell Theatre Ensemble Women At War
 
As a debate rages over whether females should serve on the frontlines, more women are being sent into active combat zones than ever before. Woven from first-person interviews with women who have laid their lives on the front lines, WOMEN AT WAR is the result of four years of intensive research and development. Working closely with veterans and organizations, Megan Carney explores the multifaceted world of female soldiers-from enlistment to deployment to the often complicated return home.
 
   
Iphigenia in Aulis Nov 6 - Dec 7, 2014  
Court Theatre Iphigenia in Aulis
 
Inspired by the incredible success of An Iliad, Artistic Director Charles Newell takes on Euripides' ancient tale of power and sacrifice in Iphigenia in Aulis. As the Greek army restlessly paces the silent shores of Aulis, King Agamemnon is faced with a harrowing decision. In return for the winds that would carry his army to victory over Troy, the goddess Artemis has demanded the impossible: the sacrifice of the King's own daughter, Iphigenia. In a translation by Court's Founding Artistic Director Nicholas Rudall, Iphigenia at Aulis is the first installment in a three-year cycle of Greek plays, followed by Aeschylus' Agamemnon and Sophocles' Electra.
 
   
The Nutcracker Nov 6 - Dec 28, 2014  
The House Theatre of Chicago at Chopin Theatre The Nutcracker
 
The House Theatre of Chicago brings holiday cheer with its fifth annual return of their all-original, family-friendly The Nutcracker. The House's fantastical expansion of this holiday classic centers on young Clara's journey to save Christmas. With the help of a magical nutcracker, this brave little girl will fight the Rat King and save her family. This modern holiday production weaves together riveting dialogue, astonishing puppetry, original song and spellbinding spectacle to tell a heartwarming, darkly moving story of magic and hope -- a fun outing fit for the whole family.
 
   
The Tempest Nov 6 - Nov 16, 2014  
The Cuckoo's Theater Project at Chicago Dramatists The Tempest
 
Two mothers have lost their daughters. Prospera, stricken with grief and regret, is engulfed in a swirl of newspapers with headlines that read, 'Clock Strikes; Now Ten Minutes After Midnight'. She uses her magic to revive her daughter, Miranda, and the Queen's daughter, Claribel; to right what was wronged, to ease the guilt of power abused, to see what might have been. "The tempest in my mind doth from my senses take all feeling else save what beats there."
 
   
Mud, River, Stone Nov 6 - Dec 14, 2014  
Eclipse Theatre Company at Athenaeum Theatre Mud, River, Stone
 
Mud, River, Stone follows an African-American couple vacationing in Africa during the rainy season, who take a turn off the main highway to find themselves stranded in the remnants of a grand hotel. As the rains continue, their comic and romantic adventure takes on absurd dimensions when an angry bellhop takes the hotel guests hostage. His demands are simple: he wants grain for his village and a wool blanket for his mother. Relationships are tested by the volatile politics of Africa, as we learn what the hungry human spirit will do for food and a warm blanket.
 
   
Lady Balls Nov 6 - Dec 11, 2014  
Annoyance Theatre Lady Balls
 
It's the NCAA Women's Basketball Championship. Legendary and controversial coach/anger monster Deb Champion is looking for her 20th title with her University of North Tallahassee Lady Fireballs. However, forces align to stop Deb from continuing her domination, and her players begin to crack under pressure, having endured her rage for far too long. This music-driven play from John Loos explores the cost of victory, the expectations we put on ourselves, as well as the anger and the ill-fitting pantsuits that make college women's basketball a sport like none other. Music by Seth Kannof, Eric Schinzer and Ayla Lokkesmoe.
 
   
Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus - Legends Nov 6 - Nov 30, 2014  
Allstate Arena and United Center Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus - Legends
 
Feast your eyes upon living legends as mythological and historical creatures come to life in Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey's circus spectacular. LEGENDS, the 144th edition of the "Greatest Show on Earth," brings joy to children of all ages. Some of the most amazing entertainers from around the globe perform awe-inspiring feats of daring, spectacles of strength and thrills of wonder as they summon the mythical and mysterious, including a unicorn, Pegasus and a woolly mammoth. It's an unforgettable evening of epic proportions, and by the end of the show, you will believe in the unbelievable. At Allstate Arena from Nov 6 - Nov 16. At United Center from Nov 19 - Nov 30
 
   
The Mousetrap Nov 7 - Dec 14, 2014  
Northlight Theatre The Mousetrap
 
On a snowy night at Monkswell Manor, newlyweds Mollie and Giles welcome a group of strangers to their guest house, only to discover news of a murderer in their midst! A police investigation reveals the sordid details of each guest's mysterious past, but not soon enough to stop the killer from striking again. Agatha Christie's masterful whodunit weaves an intricate plot filled with nerve-rattling suspense, all leading up to the ultimate final twist!
 
   
Hellcab Nov 7 - Jan 11, 2015  
Profiles Theatre - The Main Stage Hellcab
 
For the third consecutive season, Profiles remounts its acclaimed production of Will Kern's Hellcab for the holidays. During the longest night of his life, a cab driver transports a bizarre and mysterious array of customers through the gritty streets of Chicago. Kern draws from personal experience as a former cabbie to create this alternately frightening, hilarious and poignant journey. Throughout his long shift, the eclectic collection of passengers includes a trio of drug-addicts, a born-again couple, a smug lawyer, and a randy duo on their way to a motel. Set during a bitter cold Christmas Eve, Hellcab presents a rear-view image mirroring the passing parade of humanity.
 
   
The Wizard of Oz Nov 7 - Jan 3, 2015  
The Marriott Theatre for Young Audiences at Marriott Theatre In Lincolnshire The Wizard of Oz
 
After a tornado hits her family's home in Kansas, Dorothy and Toto land in the magical land of Oz. With the Scarecrow, Tinman, and the Cowardly Lion, Dorothy encounters wickedness and wonder as she sets off to the Emerald City to meet the Wizard, who promises to make their dreams come true. Click your heels together three times and join the newfound friends as they journey on a quest to find heart, courage, brains and most importantly...home.
 
   
A Bright Room Called Day Nov 7 - Nov 23, 2014  
Spartan Theatre at CIC Theater A Bright Room Called Day
 
A group of friends in 1930s Germany are caught up in the rise of the Nazi party and Adolf Hitler's ascent to power. Meanwhile, an American woman in the 1980s shares a similar set of concerns during the Reagan administration. Directed by Laura Elleseg, this production looks at how history changes-and how it stays the same.
 
   
The Love of Three Oranges Nov 7 - Dec 20, 2014  
Piccolo Theatre The Love of Three Oranges
 
The "commedia dell'arte" style of theatre has been around for thousands of years, as these classic Italian farces have entertained audiences with their wacky scenarios and memorable characters. In The Love of Three Oranges, based on a scenario of Carlo Gozzi, the old-school comedy gets a new-school update that retools and revises the work for today's audiences. The story revolves around Prince Tartaglia, who's misery-filled life gets turned upside down when an evil witch curses him to search for three giant oranges. But this quest proves fruitful as the lonely prince discovers love, friendship and laughter.
 
   
The Winter's Tale Nov 7 - Dec 13, 2014  
Promethean Theatre Ensemble at Athenaeum Theatre The Winter's Tale
 
One of Shakespeare's final plays, The Winter's Tale has been labeled many things: a romance, a "Problem Play," or as we like to call it, a Greek Tragedy with a happy ending. But at its core, this play is about things we witness every day as 21st Century Americans: pride, jealousy, penance and forgiveness. The heart of The Winter's Tale is Leontes' journey from blind rage to ultimate redemption. To bring that journey to life, director Brian Pastor and his crew will draw on images and ideas from diverse periods of history, utilizing elements both ancient and modern.
 
   

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