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For the first time since publishing her children’s book, Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift 15 years ago, Tower Lakes author, Sheila Glazov, will have the honor of watching a musical rendition of the story brought to life on stage this Sunday night. Performers with Lake Zurich’s Trilogy School of Performing Arts have prepared a special interpretation of the book, which is a “family fairy tale” about a young princess created to help children of all ages build self esteem.
The musical version of Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift was adapted shortly after Sheila published the book’s second edition to include paragraphs about bullying in schools. She wrote the story as a “fairy tale version” of her popular adult book examining behavior and relationships called, What Color is Your Brain? A Fun and Fascinating Approach to Understanding Yourself and Others.…Continue Reading
Looking to shake up your workout before bikini season arrives? The Center for Ballroom & Dance at Deer Park Town Center will be holding a FREE Latin Dance Workout class this Saturday to add a little spice to your exercise routine.
This class is for everyone. You don’t have to be an experienced dancer to do it! Just come ready with your workout clothes, gym shoes and a water bottle, because this workout is sure to make you work up a sweat.…
Do you like to sing in the shower? Do your toes start tapping when you hear a snappy tune? Does your car become your stage when you sit down in the driver’s seat? Don’t waste all of that untapped talent by performing for yourself! Why not share it with the world in the first ever Barrington Community Follies? That’s right, the Follies are coming to Barrington High School this summer and the sign-up and auditions begin this weekend. How cool is that!!!
If you’re a singer, dancer, musician, comedian, writer or if you want to be part of the tech or costume crews, come on out to sign-up or audition for the ALL-AGES Barrington Community Follies this weekend.…Continue Reading
Calling all cowboys and cowgirls! It’s time for your kids to slip on their boots and grab their hats for an evening of dinner, dancing and good old Western fun. The Barrington Park District is hosting the first ever “Lil’ Dudes and Darlins’ Dance” this Friday. It’s fun for the whole family and y’all want to be there.
Your kids can two-step, line dance, square dance and more to a great lineup of country music favorites on Friday night and here’s the lowdown on how the hoedown will go-down.…Continue Reading
In the mood to see some Sugar Plum Fairies, Waltzing Flowers and Russian Dancers today? I have the perfect solution! There’s a Mini-Nutcracker performance happening this afternoon at Barrington’s Ice House Mall.
It’s the Midwest Dance Collective’s annual Mini-Nutcracker performance featuring “The Land of Sweets” under the direction of Barrington dancer, teacher and choreographer, Ellen Werksman.…Continue Reading
If you’ve mastered the Mashed Potato, the Moonwalk, the Macarena or if you’ve come up with a dance style that’s all your own, Barrington High School is THE place to be this weekend! Students are hosting the school’s first ever 24-hour dance marathon and almost 100 dancers of all ages have already signed up to participate. If you’re in the mood to do a little dancing, they’re looking for more contestants. Or you can come just to spectate and all the money raised will go to local charities.
The BHS Dance Marathon is the brain-child of the Barrington Area Community Foundation’s brand new Youth Advisory Council.…Continue Reading
Barrington High School students (and their parents) have a great opportunity to score some brownie points after the school’s teachers staged a surprise “Flash Mob” dance during this weekend’s homecoming festivities.…Continue Reading