Tickets are still available for Kenosha Unified School District’s 55th annual Orchestra Festival.
Performances are 6:30 p.m. March 4 and 1:30 p.m. March 5 at Indian Trail High School and Academy, 6800 60th St.
Sean Steinbach, 16, first picked up the violin at 4 years old, and by middle school was one of the founding members of the Young Strings, a trio that plays modern genres of music on classical instruments.
You can catch the Young Strings perfoming next from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday (Feb. 18) at Piggly Wiggly, 5201 Washington Ave., Racine.
If a piece of clothing, a purse or accessory has ever brought back memories, Lakeside Players Inc. might have something for you.
The Stage Noir series returns to the Rhode Center for the Arts, 514 56th St., for an all-female production of “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” opening for a three-weekend run on Friday (Feb. 17).
Chicken Little isn’t the only one afraid the sky is falling.
Two young adults diagnosed with keraunothnetophobia, the fear of things falling from the sky, meet in an online chat room and discover they live minutes away from each other in “A History of Falling Things” at the Carthage College Studio Theatre.
Two free screenings of “Queen of Katwe” could lay the foundation for a new children’s film series at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
The Wisconsin Singers — made up of 29 University of Wisconsin-Madison singers, dancers and instrumentalists — are performing Friday night at Central High School.
The group’s members include Central High School graduate Hunter Hermes.
Sidewalks throughout downtown Kenosha will be decorated with ice sculptures for the fourth annual Snow Daze Festival from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 18) at Library Park, 711 59th Place.
Sculptors from Art Below Zero of Franksville will perform a demonstration during the event.
Reba McEntire, “Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope” (Capitol)
The 16th season of Jean’s Jazz concert series continues with Paris la Nuit on Saturday (Feb. 18) at the Racine Theatre Guild, 2519 Northwestern Ave.
Tickets are $18 ($16 for senior citizens, $5 for students).
The Carthage Faculty Trio is performing Saturday night in the college’s A.F. Siebert Chapel.
The concert is part of the two-year Brahms Project, an ongoing concert series that includes the complete piano solo and chamber works of both Johannes Brahms and Ludwig van Beethoven.
Limited tickets are still available for Kenosha Unified School District’s 51st annual Choral Festival.
The event will take place 6:30 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 18) in the Indian Trail High School and Academy fieldhouse, 6800 60th St.
RACINE — The Horlick High School bands and the Racine Concert Band will present a joint concert Tuesday night at Horlick High School.
Conducted by Joshua Sherman, the Horlick High School Wind Ensemble will perform “Children’s March” by Percy Grainger, Gustav Holst’s ever-popular “First Suite in E flat” and “Lexicon” by Ed Huckeby.
A popular, 10-minute comedy festival continues this week. Here is a closer look at the production:
What: The Over Our Head Players’ Snowdance 10-Minute Comedy Festival
A comedy about playwriting and a children’s musical arrive next week. Here is a look at both shows:
What: Children’s Theatre Academy’s production of “Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr.”
The Salvation Army, 3116 75th St., is hosting a Soup and Chili Cook-Off from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 18).
For $5, visitors can sample the soups and chili — plus enjoy a bowl of their favorite one, plus a soda — and “vote” for their favorites by putting donations into their kettle. There will also be silent auction items.
Anthony Reddick has met several challenges in his 32 years — not the least of which has been combat in Iraq.
Now a professional chef, the former Kenoshan’s most recent challenge is in the kitchen as part of the Food Network show “Cooks vs. Cons.”
This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday, which means you either celebrate early this weekend or try to add a splash of romance to the workweek.
Or, you can just grab a card while you’re picking up nail fungus cream at the drug store ... but if you do want to make an effort, we’re here to help.
Let your freak flag fly.
Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in Spotlight Youth Theater’s “Shrek: The Musical” arriving this weekend at the Wilmot High School Auditorium. The show, based on the 2001 Oscar-winning film “Shrek,” opens at 7 p.m. Friday (Feb. 10).
Nash Elementary students and staff members are presenting a dance production titled “We Are the World” Saturday night at the Reuther Central High School Auditorium.
Here’s a capsule look at the show:
Retired local educator Carlotta Miller is the artist of the month at Re:Vision Gallery, 4625 Sheridan Road.
Miller, a longtime Bradford High School art teacher and girls’ golf coach, traveled to her home state of North Dakota and brought back visions of her youth in the exhibit “Skyscrapers of the Prairie,” according to Re:Vision owner Marjorie Meyer.