“The Weaver’s Tales” at the Chicago Cultural Center, November 16

A message from our friends at the Chicago Cultural Center:

Fifth House Ensemble presents The Weaver’s Tales, a unique, multi-media, theatrical adventure that seamlessly weaves together three storylines by combining fairy tales, physical theatre, dance, high fashion, and music. Based on Grimm’s fairytales, The Weaver’s Tales are inspired by music ranging from Beethoven’s classic Septet to music from post-modern composer Elliott Carter.

This first tale weaves together the story of “Snegurotchka – The Snow Maiden” and “The Boy Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was,” and is set to the music of Ralph Vaughan Williams (Piano Quintet, complete), Mason Bates (Red River, complete), David Maslanka (Wind Quintet No. 2, selections) and Mark Fish (Pictures of Miro, selections).

The play will be performed at the Chicago Cultural Center on Thursday, November 16th, at 7pm.

For more information please visit Fifth House website, or Chicago Cultural Center website.

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