Village Players Theater Presents IRISH STEW, 3/14 & 3/21
Simmering with story, songs, music and poetry of the old village pub, Irish Stew will be at Village Players on March 14th and March 21st, 2010.
Mix together the myth of Deirdre, the historical tale of Theobald Wolfe Tone, the humor of one-up tales, and songs and music of the humor, soul and beauty of Ireland for a delicious, heart-warming Irish evening.
"Irish Stew" features story artists Margaret Burk and Megan Wells, modern-day Irish troubadour Gerry Dignan, song writer, singer and Irish History buff Paul McKenna, and young musicians from the Academy of Irish Music.
"Irish Stew" will be on Sunday, March 14th and Sunday, March 21st, 2010. Both shows will be at 7pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, and $15 for seniors of 65 and students with a valid I.D. All performances will be found at the Village Players Performing Arts Center, 1010 Madison St., Oak Park. The theater is near the Harlem exit of I-290 and is also accessible by the CTA Green and Blue lines and by Metra on the Union Pacific West (UP-W) line. Plenty of parking is available on the street. The theater is handicapped accessible but please do call ahead to arrange for special seating.
You can find more information by calling 866-764-1010 or visiting www.village-players.org.
About Village Players:
Village Players Theater, a non-profit organization founded in 1961, promotes the arts through theatrical productions and educational programs that encourage cultural understanding and embrace diversity in the Village of Oak Park and the surrounding communities. Village Players Theater is proud to be a vibrant part of Oak Park's cultural history, promoting a creative spirit that comes alive in its productions and educational programs. Each production features some of Chicagoland's most promising and talented professional performers and designers. Village Players Theater is a member of the League of Chicago Theaters and the West Suburban Theater Connection.