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  1. AUDITIONS for Noises Off

    February 10, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Three Brothers Theatre Downstage

    Three Brothers Theatre is holding auditions for Noises Off. Synopsis of Noises Off: The touring company of Nothing On, a British farce, is hurriedly running through it’s final dress rehearsal. The first act is a play within a play and a cast who can’t seem to remember their lines, entrances, or exits. The director feverishly shouts out directions only to be ignored until Act Two. Suddenly the set flips and you’re now watching the backstage of this play within the play. The play has plunged into hysterics! The chaos and disorder of performing a play is too much for all involved. Then there's Act Three. If interested in auditioning for this comedic play bring a one minute comic monologue with headshot/resume. Email 3brotherstheatre@gmail.com for an audition slot. Performances are May 17th – June 8th on Friday and Saturday evenings.

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  2. Family Movie Series: The Color of Friendship

    February 10, 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM @ Waukegan Public Library

    Families, join the Waukegan Public Library for a free movie Sundays at 1:30pm - popcorn included. This week's feature is The Color of Friendship: In 1977, two girls from opposite sides of the world come together and change each other's lives. Young, white Mahree Bok lives in apartheid South Africa with her wealthy family. Piper Dellums, the daughter of a black US congressman, prepares to welcome Mahree for a semester abroad.

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  3. Candidate Forum: Waukegan Aldermanic Primary Races

    February 10, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Jack Benny Center for the Arts

    The League of Women Voters of Lake County and The American Association of University Women Waukegan Area Branch invite the public to a candidate forum featuring contested candidates in upcoming Waukegan aldermanic races. Participating candidates include: Ward 2: Jose A. Guzman and Patrick D. Seger, Ward 3: Greg Moisio and Margaret Carrasco; Ward 7: John B. Patterson and Ricardo Retana-Nava; and Ward 8: Lynn Florian and William Valko. Attendees will have an opportunity to hear candidates speak about local issues, their positions, as well as ask questions through moderators.

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  4. A Live Conversation With John Cusack: Screening of High Fidelity

    February 10, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Genesee Theatre

    Wouldn't it be amazing to see a movie with one of the stars in it? Join John Cusack for a screening of the hit romantic comedy High Fidelity followed by a live conversation with the actor. Set in Chicago with scenes filmed on location, the movie stars Cusack as a freshly dumped music store owner who tracks down his old girlfriends to find out where he's gone wrong in love. Aided by his music snob employees – including Jack Black in his breakout role – our hero learns much along the way about himself and the female heart. (Film is rated R)

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