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This year, we are celebrating some pretty huge milestones. Our little theatre school had its fifth birthday, our summer program is reaching our 8th summer, and perhaps most importantly, our two oldest students, Phoebe and Ben will be graduating seniors. They have been with us since our very first summer and we want this summer to be extra special.

As you all know, COVID has definitely taken a toll on our little business this year. This summer is also hopefully going to be what gets us back on our feet. This is simultaneously the end of an era and a new beginning.

So we wanted to do something extra special.

On Thursday July 1st 6PM-9PM, we will throwing an extravaganza at beautiful Amron Hall - 6421 Hamlin Ave, Lincolnwood, IL 60712.

Entertainment will be our fantastic Summer Spotlight kids performing their show, special performances by the Top Note teachers, and a Senior Showcase!

In addition, we will also feature a raffle with tons of amazing prizes to help raise money for the school and help us recover from the state this past year has left us in.


Will you still be observing COVID social distancing?

Absolutely. Amron Hall is huge, we have purchased an industrial strength air purifier, and masks will be mandatory for audience members and unvaccinated performers.

Do I have to be associated with a Top Note student or former student to attend?

Absolutely not!

I can't make the show:( How else can I donate?

That's okay! We two other ways you can support us. Either check out our Patreon and give us a monthly donation to support our scholarship students, or give us a one time donation through our GoFundMe.

How much are tickets?

As this is a fundraiser, tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for kids. Kids under 5 get in free. Buy them here!

You mentioned a raffle?

Yup! In addition to our fabulous performers, we will also have fabulous prizes! Each entry ticket comes with a free raffle ticket. Additional raffle tickets are $2 each or 15 for $20.

Do you accept credit cards?

Yes. However, processing fees are a bummer. Cash, check, or Venmo is preferable if it's not too much trouble.



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