The sights and sounds of the season at Hawthorn Mall and Navy Pier

Below is a schedule of the local winter and fall occasions: The Wilder park Conservatory’s seasonal display will include fall flowers daily from 11 a.m. until Nov. – the DuPage Art League will be features one-of-a-kind gifts, all made by local artists between p.m. during the week and a.m. to p.m. on Saturdays until November. . – The Festival of Trees at Hawthorn Mall is scheduled to take place from a.m. to p.m. every day until the Wednesday of November. .

Hawthorn Mall has a shopping spree “The Art of the Future: Verse Immersive” is the first holographic and -minute theatre experience with cutting-edge augmented reality technology used by NASA. Enjoy stunning views, solve challenges, engage with legendary creatures and many other things. Tickets start at $. “Season’s Season’s Greetings”: p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and p.m. Sundays through December. , in the Playhouse Theatre, McAninch Arts Center, Fawell.

One of Alan Ayckbourn’s hilarious shows that explores the stress and high-jinks that plague typical families during the holiday season are “A Christmas Story, The Musical.” The beloved film about the Parker family comes to life in this stage production. $-$. (-or “Elf the Musical” (- or which plays in various times throughout the holidays, will also be on display.

Drury Lane Theatre presents “ELF the Musical” at p.m. on Sundays : and p.m. on Thursdays and Wednesdays until January. . The musical stage version of this Christmas film is one you must see. For more information, please visit Paramount Theatre Paramount Theatre will present “The Sound of Music” every Friday from 7 p.m. On Saturdays, the show starts starting at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. On Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Thursdays beginning in January to Jan.

This is a list of theatre performances taking place in Chicago The following events are scheduled for Chicago: Jeeves Intervenes: Various dates and times through December at Mayslake Estate st. Oak Brook. First Folio Theatre opens its last season by presenting Bertie and Jeeves their first venture. $-$; Cost is available for students. – Lightscape: Various dates and times from January. at the Chicago Botanic Garden, Lake-Cook Road, Glencoe. Find a new route and see new, bright installations.

All through December, experience “Wicked” in the James M. Nederlander Theatre on a variety of dates and times. The cost of tickets for the show ranges from $-$. To purchase tickets, you can call (+), ext. , or visit You can also enjoy the annual Illumination: Tree Lights and sample the drinks, ciders and seasonal meads from local brewery located on the trail of Illumination at Morton Arboretum during Thursday and Friday between November and. On Thursday, admission is only $. is open to all the public and $ for designated drivers.


Theater events are plentiful happening in the Chicago area, so there’s things for everyone to take pleasure in. What ever your preference on theater could be, you are sure to find a production that you will enjoy.