street theatre

Street Theatre

 Monday, Wednesday & Thursday · 7PM · Various Locations

Street Theatre performs every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 7PM at various locations throughout the district. All plays are fun and free for the whole family.

Blanket or lawn chairs are recommended.

For more information, call 847/490-7015.

The Unprincess

When the immature and power hungry Princess Cecily drops a dirty shoe into Maggie's water bucket, our heroine sees the stark contrast between the pampered lives of the royals and the powerless head and wears the princess's dirty shoe, proclaiming herself "The UnPrincess of Forlorn." While Maggie's mockery of the royals was meant to be in jest, the villagers start to think that maybe she should be their queen for real.

This show is loaded with delightful humor and colorful characters such as Sir Sneedly, Knight of the Pompous Sword, Queen Aubrey, and Professor Pythagoras. This charming story is full of twists and turns and has a wonderful ending, complete with a moral!


  • June 25 - Town Square Amphitheatre
  • June 26 - Blackwell School
  • June 30 - Bock Park
  • July 2 - CRC
  • July 3 - Meineke Park

Once Upon a Crime

Will justice be served in this hilarious fairy-tale courtroom play packed with characters we all know and love? It's up to you since you will be the jury. Goldilocks is the defendant, on trial for breaking and entering. The plaintiffs are - you guessed it - the three bears. As their lawyers Henny Penny and Tom Thumb go toe-to-toe hoping to prove their respective clients' cases, other fairy tale characters are called to testify as witnesses, including Hansel and Gretel, Jack and Cow, and Granny. Even the Big Bad Wolf takes the stand, but can any of these witnesses be trusted themselves? Is Goldilocks guilty or innocent? With multiple endings to cover each possible outcome, you will decided Goldilocks ultimate fate.


  • July 7 - Addams School
  • July 9 - Town Square Amphitheatre
  • July 10 - Blackwell School
  • July 21 - Bock Park
  • July 23 - CRC
  • July 24 - Meineke Park

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