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The Mystical Arts of Tibet: Sacred Music/Sacred Dance for World Healing
Saturday, May 9
Shows in the New 2014-15 Season!
Christine Wuenschel’s large-scale drawings of nude bodies, sometimes piled one on top of the other, explore the tension between pleasure and discomfort and challenge historically rooted notions of nudity and sensuality.
Join cabaret artist Tommy Hensel on an entertaining tribute to the music of Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim. Perhaps best-known for his iconic Send in the Clowns, Sondheim’s career has spanned over 50 years and has resulted in thousands of songs. Drawn frommany of Sondheim’s lesser-known plays and his music for film and television, this cabaret will be sure to delight, entertain and often titillate. Be prepared for a few surprising twists along the way.
The Moraine Chorale celebrates its 17th season performing five themed concerts, including Broadway music, patriotic, and holiday selections with a small chamber orchestra. The Chorale is a community-based choir with more than 60 members. The Chamber Singers is an ensemble featuring Moraine Valley students.
Joe Eggis a dark comedy that addresses every expectant parent’s deepest fears. Bri, a school teacher, and his wife, Sheila, have a 10-year-old spastic child named Josephine, who has been entirely dependent upon her parents since birth. Bri sees a hopeless futureand hides behind irony and sarcasm to cope, while Sheila believes the child is her penance for a promiscuous past and hopefully looksfor even the slightest hint at Josephine’s recovery. In the end, Bri and Sheila must decide how to confront the future: as a family, as a couple, or on their own.