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Overshadowed Theatrical Productions

The 39 Steps – March 10 – April 1

A comedy thriller, Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps is packed with nonstop laughs and over 150 eccentric characters (played by four actors). The play is about a man with an ordinary life who meets a woman with a strong accent who says she’s a spy. When he takes her home, she is murdered. Soon, a mysterious organization called “The 39 Steps” is hot on the man’s trail in a nationwide manhunt that climaxes in a death-defying finale. A riotous blend of virtuoso performances and wildly inventive stagecraft, The 39 Steps amounts to an unforgettable evening of pure pleasure.

Located at 900 Foster Avenue in Medinah, Illinois. To order tickets, please call the box office at 630-634-2100 or go to www.overshadowed.org

Al Larson Prairie Center for the Arts

  • The McNulty Irish Dancers – March 5, 2pm
  • Mutts Gone Nuts – March 25, 1pm and 4pm
  • Mike Super Magic & Illusion – April 1, 7pm

The Schaumburg Prairie Center puts the spotlight on family entertainment this spring with an exciting variety of mainstage shows.

Live music and dance combine on Sunday, March 5, when 30 members of McNulty Irish Dancers are joined by an ensemble from the Murphy Roche Irish Music Club in a celebration of the beautiful tradition of Celtic performing arts.

Back by popular demand, comedy dog spectacular Mutts Gone Nuts returns for two performances on Sunday, March 25. Deemed “a must see” by the Washington Post, these talented four-legged performers are sure to delight audiences of all ages.

On Saturday, April 1, winner of NBC’s Phenomenon and top America’s Got Talent finalist Mike Super delivers astonishing magic and illusions in this captivating, interactive show filled with humor and heart.

For tickets, visit prairiecenter.org or call the Box Office at 847-895-3600. The Prairie Center, located at 201 Schaumburg Ct. in Schaumburg, is owned and operated by the Village of Schaumburg.

Denny Diamond

Denny Diamond appears at White Fence Farm, Bolingbrook – April 6 and May 10th

Denny Diamond appears at Hickory Hall, Crystal Lake – April 14th

Since his “2000” debut on Dick Clark’s show, “Your Big Break,” Denny has been traveling across the country performing his one-of-a-kind tribute to the music of Neil Diamond. He has a carefree, fun-loving attitude on stage, but what really sets him apart is his full-throated, robust baritone voice.

During COVID, like many other musicians, Denny started having fun streaming his performances online. Always up for a laugh, he began to refer to himself as “the world’s okayest vocalist.” This new moniker caught on, and with it he’s adding all new performances in “2023,” covering songs made famous by legendary artists like Tom Jones, Barry Manilow, Elvis, and many others, including, of course, Neil Diamond. And also adding songs from beloved Broadway productions like “Carousel.”

For more information on Denny and his performances, visit DennyDiamond.com.

STARLIGHT TOURS  provides Motorcoach transportation to many musical events and tours, such as…

  • Kenny and Dolly Tribute – April 3
  • Day in Milwaukee – April 13
  • Grumpy Old Men, The Musical – April 21
  • Washington, DC Tour – June 5 to 11
  • Four Winds Casino, New Buffalo, MI – March 8, Aril 5, May 5, July 2 and July 6. Special all inclusive prices

We also provide Pick-Ups in Crystal Lake, Elk Grove Village, Johnsburg, Rockford, Stream and Woodridge

…Come make a memory with us

Call Char at 262-853-0484 | Visit StarLightToursLLC.com for our complementary schedule.


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