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GreenMan Theatre Troupe

P.O. Box 514
Steven Soria, President
As Elmhurst’s Community Theatre, GreenMan Theatre Troupe (founded 2003) provides diverse, quality theatrical entertainment for its audience, opportunities for personal growth in theatrical arts for its members, and a source of cultural enrichment and pride for our community.
GreenMan stages four major productions running for two to four weeks during its October-through-June season, typically performed at the First United Methodist Church and Angelo’s Ristorante.  The Troupe regularly partners with other Elmhurst organizations, such as the Elmhurst Historical Museum and the Elmhurst Park District.
GreenMan performs a diverse selection of plays presented with the highest standards of production quality. Additionally, the Troupe engages the community through talk-back sessions with the actors and directors, and through workshops and classes for all levels of interest.

Choral-Aires Chorus

P.O. Box 1493
Nancy Smith, Board President
Named among Chicago's Best Choirs by CBS2 News, the Choral-Aires Chorus boasts nearly 100 women singing a fresh and exhilarating mix of popular standards, show tunes, ballads, jazz and today's hits in four-part harmony barbershop style.
A chapter of the Sweet Adelines International, the Choral-Aires regularly represent this region at international convention under the direction of national champions Bonnie Fedyski and Amy Brinkman, while competing against the top Sweet Adelines choruses from around the globe.

Theatre Historical Society

Rick Fosbrink, Executive Director
York Theatre Building
152 North York Road, 2nd Floor
630-782-1800 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Theatre Historical Society of America (founded 1969) is the foremost organization for cataloging and achiving the unique history of theatre architecture in America, while encouraging and insuring the acquisition, maintenance, presevation and publication of historical documents, photographs, artifacts and other related information.
Through programs that include the collections in The American Theatre Architectire Archive, theatre tours, cooperative museum exhibits, publications, lectures, awards and research fellowships, the Society seeks to promote appreciation, scholarly study and use of these historically-significant buildings.
The restored second floor at the York Theatre building in downtown Elmhurst serves as the home of the Society's national headquarters and The American Theatre Architectural Archives.

Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art

Dorothy Asher, Museum Director
220 Cottage Hill-Wilder Park
Hours:  Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am-5 pm; Sunday, 1-5 pm
Admission:  Adults, $5; Seniors, $4; Students and Teens, $3; Children Ages 7 to 12, $2; Children Under 7, Free; Fridays, Free
The result of more than 70 years of collecting by Joseph F. Lizzadro Sr. and family, the Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art shares the eternal beauty of gemstones and promotes the study of earth science.
The museum houses one of the largest collections of Chinese Jade carvings in the country. Other exhibits include animal dioramas, mineral specimens, gemstones, and push button exhibits of geological phenomena.

Elmhurst Choral Union

P.O. Box 1493
Elmhurst Choral Union is an outstanding auditioned choir singing choral masterworks of all eras with full professional orchestra and soloists.
The choir gives two major performances each year, plus "Medley of Melodies," a mini-concert featuring solos and smalll ensembles.  ECU occasionally appears in Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra concerts and elsewhere in Elmhurst.
For concert tickets, musical samples and audition information, visit ECU's website.
Elmhurst Choral Union was founded in 1952 as a student-faculty ensemble at Elmhurst College.  In 1961, it merged with an Elmhurst Park District choir, and membership was opened to singers throughout the area.  ECU incorporated as a non-profit in 2001, and produces its own concerts.