Niles North Theatre invites you to From Where I Stand: Young actors share their voices, vulnerability, and power through this series of original student-written monologues.
The show is available for streaming from October 15 – 18. There is no charge for the show. Click on the link bottom to sign up. The form needs to be completed so that streaming information will be sent to you later in the week.
With Amazon Prime Days still happening on October 14, we wanted to remind everyone that Niles North Fine Arts Parents and Patrons is registered with Amazon Smile. Just shop with smile.amazon.com/ch/39-4435155 or have AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app.
With Amazon Prime Days starting tomorrow, October 13, we wanted to remind everyone that Niles North Fine Arts Parents and Patrons is registered with Amazon Smile. Just shop with smile.amazon.com/ch/39-4435155 or have AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app.
We wanted to remind everyone that as a 501c(3) organization, the Niles North Fine Arts Parents and Patrons is registered with Amazon Smile.
You can make a difference while you shop Amazon Prime Days deals on October 13 & 14. Simply shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/39-4435155 or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app and AmazonSmile donates to Niles North Fine Arts Parents and Patrons Ltd.
All proceeds raised from Amazon Smile benefit our grant program for the Fine Arts students at Niles North.
Access to the performance has been extended through Saturday, August 29, 2020
Don’t miss Niles North Theatre’s first ever ONLINE production of “Speech and Debate” by Stephen Karam.
*This production contains adult language and content.
Join us from home on Thursday, August 27 at 7 p.m. for the premiere of “Speech and Debate”. To access this event, click on the link below to sign up before midnight on Wednesday, August 26. A link to the production will be sent via email. The link will activate at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 27. The production can be watched at anytime through the evening of Sunday, August 30.
Auroris will be having a week-long virtual summer dance workshop, with a variety of classes taught by Alumni and current Auroris members. The workshop will take place over Zoom from July 19th-25th, with hour-long classes between 11 AM to 7 PM. The workshop will be donation-based, with 100% of the donations going to Circles and Ciphers, a Chicago-based organization that uses restorative justice and art to empower young people impacted by violence.
The Auroris Dance Company is pleased to announce that senior Olivia Yoshioka’s piece, “Fever Dream” was selected to be a part of The Illinois High School Dance Festival on Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 at Riverside Brookfield High School. Niles North High School was one of thirteen schools selected out of all the high school dance companies that auditioned in the state of Illinois to perform at this prestigious festival. This is the ninth time that the Auroris Dance Company will be performing at the Illinois High School Dance Festival. The Auroris Dance Company is under the direction of Deanna Sortino, with assistant director Zoe Hertz, and assistant hip-hop director Chris Chueng The Illinois High School Dance Festival is an annual gathering of high school dancers and their teachers. This exciting day of dance includes four master classes, a professional company performance and a student choreography showcase. The Festival provides a dance intensive experience with many styles of dance. Students and teachers are able to share this day with their peers throughout the state in an effort to create connections, to learn through similarities and differences in our programs and to simply appreciate the art of dance!
Dancers are: Britney Le, Danielle Lehrer, Dina Kaiser, Miranda Estrada, Neiko Gaoiran, Myka Punzalan, Olivia Yoshioka, Stefan Westerberg, Summer Lee
Also, please celebrate their acceptance to State, as well as to the National High School Dance Festival with their Nationals Send Off at 7:50am on Thursday, 2/27 in the Main Gym.