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Josephine Louis Theater
20 Arts Circle Dr, Evanston, IL 60208
Josephine Louis Theater is a performance venue located on Arts Circle Dr. in Evanston. The theater is part of theMore Northwestern University Theatre and Interpretation Center. The theater has 350 seats and holds all types of stage productions. Shows are directed by faculty, third-year MFA directing students and guest artists. The theater stages dramatic performances, classic and contemporary plays, dance performances and musical productions. Some past shows include “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “The Secret Garden” and “The Who’s Tommy.” Visit the Josephine Louis Theater's website for details on past or upcoming performances, or for information on purchasing tickets.
Mudlark Theater Company
1417 Hinman Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Mudlark Theater Company is a non-profit children's theater company offering professional-grade drama classes to kids andMore teens ages six through eighteen. Here, students are provided with hands-on acting experience that allows them to learn all about the theater while expressing themselves creatively. After-school classes are available at Mudlark's location, and Mudlark also hosts after-school programs at many schools throughout the Evanston and Skokie areas. Summer camps are available as well. 
Red Curtain Theater
1417 Hinman Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Mudlark Theater Company is a nonprofit children’s theater company. It performs at multiple venues, including theMore Red Curtain Theater. The group offers many programs and productions, including training to children ages 6-18. Some programs include summer camp, after-school programs and drama classes, such as drama camps, acting and improv programs, writing and performing, sketch comedy and more. Check its website for details on upcoming shows or for a full list of classes and programs.
Hal and Martha Hyer Wallis Theater
1949 Campus Dr, Evanston, IL 60208
Youth Company Chicago
607 Lake St, Evanston, IL 60201
Youth Company Chicago offers drama and musical theater classes, providing kids with a solid introduction to theater asMore well as a space to express themselves creatively, gain self-confidence and make new friends. Summer camps and after school programs are available for kids and teens are available, as are camp sessions that coincide with school vacations. Students participate in the formation and performance of a musical theater piece, and performances are held for family and community members. Workshops for schools are also available.
Ethel M. Barber Theater
30 Arts Circle Dr, Evanston, IL 60208
The Ethel M. Barber Theater is a performing arts venue in the heart of Northwestern University. It hosts variousMore arts-oriented shows and performances throughout the year. For information regarding upcoming shows, call the number provided.
Josephine Louis Theater
20 Arts Circle Dr, Evanston, IL 60208
The Josephine Louis Theater is part of Northwestern University’s School of Communication Theatre andMore Interpretation Center and is located on the Evanston Campus. The venue offers a range of productions and shows, including plays, dramas, classic performances, dance shows, musicals and more. Shows are directed by students, guest artists as well as faculty members. There is space for over 300 guests and the area also holds recitals for graduate students and seniors. Check the main website for information on past shows or events or for details on buying tickets.
Music Institute of Chicago Institute for Therapy through the Art
2008 Dempster St, Evanston, IL 60202
The only independent music school in Illinois, the Music Institute of Chicago is accredited by the National AssociationMore of Schools of Music. At its West Evanston location, the Music Institute of Chicago Institute for Therapy through the Arts sets itself apart from other music schools by providing exceptional faculty and non-discriminatory musical instruction. People of all ages and abilities are welcome to attend classes and therapies at the Music Institute. The Evanston-West campus contains the school's musical theater program and the 160-seat Dempster Street Theater, as well as rehearsal rooms, scene shop and lighting and rehearsal booths. This campus is also home to the Institute's Therapy Through the Arts program, which aids those with psychological needs, developmental delays and physical challenges.