Welcome to the NORTH SHORE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS IN SKOKIE, a dynamic two-theater complex operating as part of the Village of Skokie’s plan to provide cultural, literary and educational programs to benefit its citizens and neighboring North Shore communities. The facility features an 867-seat main stage theater and a convertible 318-seat theater available for performances as well as social, corporate and community events.
The North Shore Center presents a FEATURE SERIES of entertainment spanning numerous genres and styles, and an educational performing arts program, YOUTHEATRE. We also are proud to host numerous performances by leading Chicago area performing arts organizations.
Please join us for the best in music, dance, comedy and theatre, or for your special event.
COVID-19 Notice & Guidelines
Health Guidelines as of May 26th!
Pandemic related requirements and policies at the North Shore Center vary based on the event.
Please read current health safety policies at NorthShoreCenter.org/Health
The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie prioritizes the health and safety of our patrons, staff, volunteers and visiting artists. Please be patient, understanding and kind to others in this health safety environment.
North Shore Center
Current Box Office Hours
Tue – Sat: 11am – 5pm
Call (847) 673-6300
FEATURE SERIES | 2022-23 SEASON
Get Ready for Another Season of
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
Feature Series Season Show Announcements coming soon!
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show announcements, pre-sales, special offers and discounts.
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