Tuesday, January 3, 2012

 Free Family 4 Pack January 21 & 22 ONLY!

One weekend-4 shows only, come bring the littles and check out a fanciful hybrid of magic, mythical creatures, Shakespeare and chamber music!  If your kids are anything like ours, they already adore tales about WITCHES, WIZARDS,
We have a family 4 pack to your choice of dates, for one lucky winner.   We'll announce our winner on Friday the 13th. 
*Wait for Rafflecopter to load up right here (if you've gone through RSS feed or are scrolling down the blog and don't see it, click on the actual page title and it should pop right up).   Entries are easy.   Winning rocks!   Start your new year off right with music, myth and Shakespearean stage magic!

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    •    The Chicago Chamber Musicians and Target® proudly present in collaboration with Chicago Shakespeare Theater
 The Magic of Shakespeare
by Bruce Adolphe
    •    10th Annual Family Concerts

    •    One weekend only!

    •    Saturday and Sunday,
    •    January 21 and 22, 2012

    •    10 and 11:30 a.m.
    •    The Chicago Chamber Musicians and Chicago Shakespeare Theater actors bring Shakespeare’s characters magically to life in this enchanting concert that gives children the opportunity to discover, up close, the excitement of live performance. As you listen to music about magic in Shakespeare’s plays, you’ll meet a cast of supernatural characters, including three witches from Macbeth, fantastic fairies from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and the wizard Prospero from The Tempest!

    •    Lobby activities: 11 a.m. Both days!

    •    Come before or stay after to meet the artists, hear from young musicians and learn more about how YOU can get involved in music in your neighborhood.
•    Call today for the best available seats!
or check out their main site at chicagoshakes.com

    •    $15 Children (12 and younger)

    •    $18 Adults
    •    All performances at Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier
800 East Grand Ave.

    •    Artists, prices, and programs subject to change.


  1. We rock out to everything under the sun (except sappy country music and gangsta rap), from Paul McCartney, to Dan Zanes, to Beethoven, to Foster the People LOL

  2. I am LOVING your family series of giveaways. I just feel that it is so important for our children to learn about all types of music and the arts in general. Thanks for hosting such fantastic series!

  3. And lately, our family has been loving rocking out to most anything on Radio Disney. :-| To break up the monotony of that, and the issue of everything starting to sound the same (it can't possibly be me) we'll take out some interesting CD's from the library, and listen to those.