“At the Hip Hop” Featured by Chicago Artists Month


“At the Hip Hop” has been included as a featured performance in Chicago Artists Month. Come and see our latest musical comedy at Stage 773 from October 23 through November 23. For the first time this year we are performing three evening shows on Friday nights, November 8, 15, and 22 at 7:30pm. Come and spend your Friday night with us and have a lot of fun!

At the Hip Hop

On a yellow poster decorated with classic cars, an older man jumps acrobatically.Time of Your Life Players present “At the Hip Hop” a new, original one act musical comedy. “The high school musical to end all high school musicals!” Featuring thirteen original songs and dance including hip hop, doo wop, motown, rhythm and blues, and rock.

We are thrilled to be presenting our tenth original musical at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, in their Cabaret Theatre.

Time of Your Life Players will perform “At the Hip Hop” beginning Wednesday, October 23rd and running Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 2:00 p.m. through November 23rd at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, Chicago, IL 60657. The last three Friday performances, November 8, 15, and 22 will be in the evening at 7:30 p.m.

TICKETS: $16.00. GROUP RATES (6 or more): $11 per person. Tickets are available at Stage773.com, or by calling the box office (773) 327-5252, or by coming to the box office in person. The theatre is accessible to those with disabilities.

In 2004 a group of seniors aged 55 and over formed the Time of Your Life Players. Our group of writers, directors, actors, singers and musicians is dedicated to educate and entertain from a senior perspective, and to demonstrate one can lead a creative life at any age. The cast will be available for a post-show discussion to be led by a gerontologist with the focus on ageism.

To learn more about the Time of Your Life Players, visit our website, www.timeofyourlifeplayers.com, or contact Avrum Krause at 773-248-5249, or at akrause@rcn.com.

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, The Blowitz-Ridgeway Foundation and The Pauls Foundation.