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“The Very UnMerry Adventures of Robin Hood,” a comedy
with music loosely based on the
tales of everyman hero Robin Hood
and his medieval band of loyal followers, opens tonight at Shoreland
Lutheran High School, 9026 12th
St. in Somers.
7 p.m. today, Saturday and
Sunday, plus a matinee at 2 p.m.
Saturday. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5
for senior citizens and students, $3
for children ages 5-12 and free for
children under 5 years old. For more
information, call the school office,
262-859-2595.
Entertainment highlights for:
November 14 – 22
“Jason, the Juggling
Jester,” seen on America’s
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SUNDAY
The Fine Arts at First con-
cert series at First United
Methodist Church continues
its 10th season with a performance by Rook, an early
music ensemble based
in Chicago. Rook is a mixed
instrument group dedicated to
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919 60th St. (Doors open at 2:30
p.m.) Free admission; donations are accepted. Audience
members are invited to a free
reception after the concert. For
more information, go to www.
fineartsatfirst.org
The Fresh Beat Band — a
live-action preschool musical
sitcom set to original pop songs
with preschool-friendly lyrics — comes to Milwaukee’s
Riverside Theater today.
Marina, Kiki, Twist and Shout
are the Fresh Beats — four best
friends in a band who go to
music school together and love
to sing and dance.
Doors open at 3:30 p.m., with
the show at 4:30 p.m. at the
Riverside, 116 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Tickets are $34-$49 plus fees.
www.pabsttheater.org.
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consin-Parkside’s Fine Arts
Gallery is hosting the show
“Androgyny,” featuring pho-
The Northside Library, 1500
27th Ave., will host a presentation tonight on “Essential
Oils 101” for healthy living. This
lecture by Laura Coz,
massage therapist
at Sol D’licious Cafe,
will address
some
of the
healing
benefits
and uses
of essential oils.
The
7 p.m.
presentation is
part of the Kenosha
Public Library’s “101 Series.”
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WEDNESDAY
One-on-one family history consultation sessions
are tonight at Southwest
Library. Meet with a Kenosha
The University of Wis-
tographs and films by Milwaukee fashion photographer and
filmmaker Lois Bielefeld.
The show runs through Jan.
9. Admission is free. The gallery
— located on the west side
of the UW-Parkside campus,
900 Wood — is open 9 a.m. to 8
p.m. today. (Hours are 9 a.m. to
8 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.)
262-595-2342.
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“Billy Elliot the
Musical Live” makes the leap
from the stage to the big screen
tonight at Tinseltown Theater,
7101 70th Court. The musical is
set in a northern England mining
town, against the background of
the 1984/’85 miners’ strike.
Young Billy stumbles into a
ballet class, where he discovers
a passion for dance.
The finale will feature 25 actors who have played the title
role in the Tony Award winning
musical.
7 p.m. Rated PG-13. Running
time: 3 hours. Tickets are $15-$17
at www.cinemark.com.
Electronic artist RL Grime,
with special guest Lunice and
Branchez, brings The Void
Tour to Milwaukee’s Turner
Hall Ballroom, 1040
N. Fourth St.,
.,
tonight.
Doors open
at 7:30 p.m. The
e
show is at 8 p.m.
m.
For 17 and older
er
only. Tickets
are $20 plus
fees at www.
pabsttheater.
org.
County Genealogy Society
genealogist for up to 30 minutes
to start creating your family tree
and receive further guidance
for genealogical exploration.
An Adult Services librarian will
also provide information about
library services and will be available for tours of the reference,
local history and genealogy
areas of the library.
Sessions, for adults, are from
6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Southwest
Library, 7979 38th Ave.
Tinseltown Theater, 7101
70th Court, has two showings of
the fantasy romance “Edward
Scissorhands” today.
In the film, a scientist (Vincent Price) builds an animated
human being — the gentle
Edward (Johnny Depp). The
scientist dies before he can finish assembling Edward, though,
leaving the young man with a
freakish appearance accentuated by the scissor blades he
has instead of hands. Loving
suburban saleswoman Peg (Dianne Wiest) discovers Edward
and
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2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rated PG-13 Running time: 1 hour
and 45 minutes.
www.cinemark.com.
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THURSDAY
All Saints Catholic School
Theater Department is bringing its performance of “Fiddler
on the Roof Jr.” to the St. Elizabeth Gym stage today through
Sunday. The show is geared
toward middle schoolers.
While most of the actors
are eighth-graders, the Rev. Bill
Hayward of Holy Rosary Parish,
a violinist, will play the Fiddler.
Performances are 7 p.m.
today and Friday, 6:30 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday at St.
Elizabeth Church, 4816 Seventh
Ave. Tickets are $5 at the door.
For more information, call 262652-2771.
Want to catch up on “The
Hunger Games” before seeing
the latest film in the series?
Tinseltown Theater, 7101
70th Court, is showing “The
Hunger Games Marathon”
today. See all three movies in
the series back-to-back for one
price — “The Hunger Games” at
2:30 p.m., “The Hunger Games:
Catching Fire” at 5:15 p.m., and
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1” at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $25 at www.cinemark.com.
Got Talent, is coming to
the Racine Children’s
Theatre today through
Sunday. Jason Huneke
performs a live fastpaced comedy juggling
show clean enough for
kids, smart enough for
adults, and thrilling
enough to keep
teens on the edge
of their seats.
Shows are at the Racine Theatre
Guild, 2519 Northwestern Ave. (Highway 38).
5:30 and 7:30 p.m. today; noon,
2 and 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets are $6 general admission (no
reserved seats). For more information and tickets call 262-633-4218 or
go to www.racinetheatre.org.
Carthage College’s Family
Fun Night tonight features “Harry
Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.”
Hogwarts is back at the Carthage
library this evening.
Participants can take their favorite classes ... but keep a lookout for
Sirius Black and the Dementors!
6 to 7:30 p.m. in Carthage’s Hedberg Library,
2001 Alford Park Drive. Admission is free. The school’s
athletic facilities are also
open for a $1 fee to be
donated to the Boys and
Girls Club of Kenosha.
www.carthage.edu/
family-fun.
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The Carthage
Wind Orchestra will transform
into a turn-ofthe-20th century
“military band” this fall
when it tours neighboring
Midwestern cities. Opening
the tour will be a concert tonight in
the college’s A.F. Siebert Chapel.
Included in the program will be
music by such familiar composers as
Bach and Mendelssohn, arranged
for a military band instrumentation,
as well as other works by Judith
Bingham, Percy G
Grainger,
rainge
er, G
Germaine
ermaine
Tailleferre, and Ernst
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nst Toc
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ch sett for this
type of ensemble.
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7:30 p.m. The concert
co
oncert is free
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and open to the
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public, with an
optional donation for the
band’s travel
expenses.
CDs of music
from the Wind
Orchestra’s most
st
recent trip to Japan,
apan, and
140th anniversary
ry celebration,
will also be available
ilable for sale.
Russ Johnson, acclaimed trumpet performer and director of jazz
studies at the University of WisconsinParkside, will join Kenosha Unified
School District jazz ensembles
for a concert tonight.
6:30 p.m. at Indian Trail High
School and Academy auditorium,
6800 60th St. Tickets are $6 for
general reserved seating or $7 for
premium reserved seating. Call Scott
Plank, coordinator of fine arts, at
262-359-6388, or go to www.kusd.
edu/finearts.
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Tonight is
Friday StarGazing Night
from 8 to 10
p.m. at The
Griffin Observatory
at Kemper
Center, 6501
Third Ave.
Enjoy this
free chance
to see the
universe from a historic setting, using
modern technology.
Note: steep staircases are
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involved. 262-925-8040.
Today through Dec.
6, Lakeside Players
Mainstage Series
presents “On Golden
Pond,” with
performances
at 7:30 p.m.
Fridays and
Saturdays
and 2 p.m. Sundays at the Rhode
Center for the Arts, 514 56th St.
Check out our calendar of events at KenoshaNews.com/Where2B
This classic American dramedy
is every bit as touching, warm,
and witty today as when it first
debuted on Broadway.
Tickets are $13 and under.
262-657-7529.
“Anything Goes,” the
musical hit set aboard an ocean
liner in the 1930s, is being staged
by players from Central High
School, 24617 75th St., Paddock
Lake, this weekend.
Performances are 7 p.m. today
and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets
$10
Tic
ckets are $
1 for
adults and
an
nd $8 for
students
stude
ent and
senior
sen
nior citizens.
zens www.
westosha.
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k12.
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TThe 41st annual Unive
versity of WisconsinPa
Parkside Arts and
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Crafts Fair takes place
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from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
to
today
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at UW-Parkside,
900
90 Wood Road. This
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fair
fa features live music,
raffles, silent auction
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items,
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concessions and
a coat and package
check.
ch
Admission is free.
262-595-2345.
Two Sweet Adeline International choruses — the Racine
Chorus, directed by Jarmela Speta,
and the Westosha Lakes Chorus of
Antioch, Ill., directed by Nancie Kiddoo — are performing a “Together
in Harmony” show today (Nov. 22)
at the Union Grove High School
Performance Center.
Selections by the Racine Chorus
include “It had to be You” by Isham
Jones and Gus Kahn and “You’ve
Got a Friend in Me” by Randy
Newman. The Westosha chorus will
present “Breaking Up is Hard to Do”
by Neil Sedaka and the Rodgers and
Hammerstein tune “If I Loved You.”
“Where The Boys Are,” another Neil
Sedaka hit, will be performed by both
choruses.
The program will also feature other
“old favorites” sung a cappella style.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; the performance starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are
$12 in advance and $15 at the door
($6 for children under age 10). For
more information or ticket outlets, call
Kristine Hincz at 262-945-0785.
As part of the ninth season of the
Metropolitan Opera’s Peabody and
Emmy Award-winning series “The Met:
Live in HD,” Tinseltown Theater,
7101 70th Court, is showing a live
Rossini’s
ni s
broadcast off Rossin
“Il Barbiere
re
di Siviglia””
today.
11:55
a.m. Not
rated. Running time:
3 hours
and 30 minnutes. Ticketss
are $15-22.
www.
cinemark.
com
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