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Chicago Street Theatre Briefs, October 24, 2014


SVENGOOLIE-SVENGOOLIE-GONE!
Tickets to CST's 3rd Annual Halloween Hullabaloo with Special Guest Svengoolie on November 1 are completely SOLD-OUT. Thank you to everyone who will be present to make this year's Nightmare on Chicago Street such a tremendous success. Tickets to our other performances of Frankenstein are still available for the rest of the run. Thanks for your continuing support of Chicago Street Theatre!

Box Office (219) 464-1636 x1 or buy online.

A Halloween Treat for Families
Load your Trick or Treat bag with lots of Family Fun when you join Hannah, Scary, Skully, and Harry for the Best Halloween Ever with our studio production of Scary Godmother! This Friday's performance is already SOLD-OUT , so don't delay bringing your little ones to this adorably silly show! Visit our Blog to read about Scary's special guest at last Sunday's show!

Remember: Seating in the Wood Studio is limited so make sure you arrive early for these performances! You must climb stairs to access the studio. We hope to one day have an elevator so we can accommodate all patrons.

Box Office (219) 464-1636 x1 or buy online.

It's not too early to think about the holidays...
With our current rush of SOLD-OUT Houses, you can beat the Holiday Rush by making your reservations now for A Charlie Brown Christmas! This holiday classic runs November 28 through December 21! Black Friday is just around the corner so get your tickets NOW!

Box Office (219) 464-1636 x1 or buy online.

CONGRATS NOMINEES!
This Saturday some of our artists and members will be participating in the 22nd Annual Northwest Indiana Excellence in Theatre Foundation Awards. This is an incredible event to celebrate and recognize all of the wonderful theatre across this great region. Chicago Street would like to extend its congratulations to all of this year's nominees and wish them well at this exciting event!

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