Rock @ The Run Drink SpecialsIn true rock and roll fashion, we're starting the celebration early in Harvest and Jambalaya in honor of these great shows coming up in the Arcada Family Theatre at Pheasant Run.
Rock Songs & Stories with the Buckinghams, Rock Songs & Stories with Jim Peterik "The Ides of March," & The Essence of Elvis Spectacular Starring Joe "Elvis" Tirrito.
We've lined up drinks like Eye of the Tiger, Hotel Califorina, and Viva Las Vegas to name a few. They're all priced for a celebration at $7-$8. Join us before the show or at intermission!
Click HERE to see Sergio demonstrate how to make the Eye of the Tiger!
One Man Star Wars TrilogyThe only "Star Wars" parody permitted by Lucasfilm Ltd. Charles Ross will stun you with his hysterical, One-Man Star Wars™ Trilogy, where he single-handedly plays all the characters, sings the music, flies the ships, fights the battles and condenses the plots into one hilarious show!
Saturday, September 23rd 8:00pm
The Essence Of Elvis SpectacularStarring Joe "Elvis" Tirrito, The Change of Habit Band, The Memphis Horns and "The Voices". An incredible night in tribute to The KING of Rock ‘N Roll!
Saturday, September 29th 8:00pm
BeatolutionWhat began as four grammar school prodigies who formed the band STOCKWOOD has evolved into BEATLOUTION, an incredible all-live musical tribute to the Fab-Four. These seasoned musicians represent the youthful look and personalities the original guys had in the mid 1960s. Every performance results in multiple standing ovations, and welcomes life-long Beatles' fans as dedicated BEATOLUTION fans! Newsweek saw fit to include the band (as STOCKWOOD) in their Spring, 2012 Edition, Commemorative Issue of THE BEATLES. They, along with only four other Chicagoland bands appear on the "Tribute Bands around the Globe" page!
Saturday, October 7th 8:00pm
Animaniacs LiveRe-live your "younger years" and see your favorite Animaniacs characters sing live on stage in Animaniacs Live!!! - a musical revue starring original cast members Rob Paulsen (Yakko, and Pinky from Pinky & the Brain), accompanied by Emmy winning composer Randy Rogel, who wrote and created many of those memorable songs you STILL can't remove from your brain!
Saturday, October 21st 3:00pm & 7:30pm
Diva Montell's Salute to Broadway & OperaMs. Montell is the epitome of talent, class and elegance, with a voice that is unmatched by anyone else in the Midwest. As one of the most popular vocalists to come out of Chicago, Diva's powerful voice captivates audiences with her incredible salute to Broadway classics, and a breathtaking reprise of Opera favorites. Her show is one audiences speak about long after experiencing it live.
Thursday, October 26th 1:00pm
Rock Songs & Stories with Cryan' ShamesChicago Garage-Rock favorites will delight the audience with their hits including "Sugar And Spice" and "It Could Be We're In Love" plus other covers from that Sixties pop-rock era!
Friday, October 27th 8:00pm
Volkswagen Present Warren Miller's "Line of Descent"This fall, join your ski tribe and see the lineage of mountain lifestyle continue in Warren Miller's 68th ski and snowboard film, Line of Descent, presented by Volkswagen. From BC to France, Montana to Colorado, California, Norway and New Zealand, new generations of skiers and riders are pushing their sport to new extremes, making their parents proud and setting the stage for future mountain explorers. Follow along behind-the-scenes at warrenmiller.com.
Wednesday, November 1st 7:00pm
The Chicago Rat PackThe stars of the show that captivated thousands at Chicago's Piper's alley re-unite to celebrate 100 years of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin…with a special appearance by…Sammy Davis, Jr.! Starring Tony Ocean as Dean, Jack D'Amico as Frank, and Lawrence Evening as Sammy.
Wednesday, November 8th 1:00pm
Rock Songs & Stories with the New Colony 6This pop/rock group from Chicago placed ten singles on the Hot 100 between 1966 and 1971 including "I Will Always Think About You" (WLS #1 on 25 March 1968), "Things I'd Like to Say" (WLS #2 on 30 December 1968), "Love You So Much" (WLS #2 on 27 January 1967), "I Could Never Lie To You" (WLS #7 on 26 May - 2 June 1969) and "I Confess" (WLS #2 on 4 February 1966). Like Paul Revere & the Raiders, they wore colonial outfits on stage…a great show!
Friday, november 10th 8:00pm
Sleeping BeautyA Christmas Tale…Originating with an English cast, this production involves King Humphrey and Queen Bea who are so delighted at the birth of their daughter, Aurora, that they throw the biggest party the kingdom has ever seen! However, when they forget to invite the land's most powerful sorceress, Vestra, their happiness soon turns sour. Vestra casts a spell on the baby, proclaiming that on her 18th birthday, she will prick her finger on a spinning wheel and die! The spell is so strong that the comical Fairy Nuff can only reduce its power by declaring that Aurora will fall asleep for 100 years. But how will she be awoken? Hosted by Giggles the Jester, this magical tale will have a holiday spin based around the Christmas Holiday. Tickets not yet on sale.
- Thursday, December 7th 7:30 pm
- Friday, December 8th 8:00 pm
- Saturday, December 9th 2:00 pm & 8:00 pm
- Sunday, December 10th 3:00 pm