Emerald City Theatre’s Fall Classes 2016 Now On Sale

Emerald City Theatre is proud to offer our critically-acclaimed fall classes for ages 3.5–13, where students learn to engage their voices, bodies, and minds to explore storytelling, create characters, and build confidence. No experience is necessary to enroll in any fall class except Advanced Youth Ensemble: Into the Woods (Advanced Youth Ensemble application here).

    Emerald City’s Little Theatre
    2933 N Southport Ave
    Chicago, IL 60657
    Athenaeum Theatre
    2936 N. Southport Ave, 3rd floor
    Chicago, IL 60657
    Menomonee Club
    Drucker Center
    1535 N. Dayton St
    Chicago, IL 60642
Fall Classes 2016 Dates:
September 12 – December 11, 2016
(No classes November 21 – 27)
To enroll a child in Fall Classes 2016, submit your information online or by phone at 773.529.2690.
(Full age/class/location breakdown available online.)
About Emerald City Theatre:

Founded in 1996, Emerald City Theatre (ECT) is one of Chicago’s most attended non-profit theatres with an annual programming reach of 80,000 children and their grown-ups.

Through a rigorous collaboration between innovating artists and leading educators, ECT is a national leader in developing new work for young audiences, having created over 30 world premieres and worked with best-selling children’s authors such as Mo Willems, Jon Scieszka, and Laura Numeroff, as well as Grammy-nominated children’s musician Justin Roberts. The company creates performances for all ages, including babies and toddlers, at their performance locations: the Apollo Theater in Lincoln Park, the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, and Emerald City’s Little Theatre in Lakeview.

ECT is also home to Chicago’s most enrolled theatre camps and classes, serving ages three through thirteen with a focus on teaching important life skills through arts education. Camps and classes take place year-round with locations in Lakeview, Lincoln Park, and Lincoln Square.

ECT is the proud recipient of the 2012 Excellence in Arts and Culture Award from Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce.

Lead funders include Amita Health, National Endowment for the Arts, Illinois Arts Council, The Land of Nod, KPMG, and iHeartMedia Chicago.

For more information, visit EmeraldCityTheatre.com.