Give the gift of a great night out 

By Talie Leeb 

Declutter your gift-giving this holiday season with by giving tickets to one – or all — of the upcoming offerings from the Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St. Maybe throw in a gift certificate to a local restaurant to make it a full-on night on the town, neighborhood style!  

The Second City: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly Sweater, Dec. 28: Laughter is the best medicine, and nothing chases away the holiday blues quite like The Second City! This is the perfect gift for just about anyone, aspiring comedians and holiday grumps alike.   

Heartsfield, Sat., Jan. 11. These popular performers are a little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n roll, and a whole lot of fun! At $22 a ticket, this is the perfect stocking stuffer for the classic rock aficionado in your life.  

Marrakesh Express, Sat., Feb. 1: Is there someone in your life who remembers fondly the long, wet weekend they spent at Woodstock? They can capture some of that magic with a performance by Marrakesh Express, the premier Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young cover band.  

Love Letters, Feb. 13-16: The BAC theatrical season kicks off with this poignant epistolary love story, and what better gift for a theatre lover or budding thespian than the BAC Theatre Season Flex Pass? Pass recipients will choose six performances from the BAC’s upcoming season, with shows like “Next to Normal, Shakespeare’s “a Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Mothers and Sons” and more. 

Get information and purchase tickets at the BAC, by calling 773-445-3838 or online at www.beverlyartcenter.org. 

 

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