"Season of Carols 2013" for Season of Concern

Chicago Theatre Artists Create A Holiday CD to Benefit SoC

For the second year in a row, producers Eugene Dizon and Cory Goodrich have recorded a new album of holiday music, "Season of Carols 2013", which features nearly one hundred Chicago theatre artists, singers and musicians. This entirely new holiday CD was produced to raise funds for Season of Concern, which supports Chicago artists in need. A special concert on Monday, December 9 at 7:00 p.m. at Mercury Theater Chicago.

"Season of Carols 2013" features the Chicago casts of The Color Purple (Mercury Theater Chicago), Cymbeline (First Folio Theatre), James Joyce's The Dead (Court Theatre), Mary Poppins (Marriott Theatre), Old Jews Telling Jokes (Royal George Theatre), Shrek (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Theatre at the Center), and Larry Adams from the Chicago cast of A Christmas Carol (Theatre at the Center). It also includes Jazz artist Peter Eldridge, Chicago singer/songwriters Jess Godwin and Cory Goodrich, Chicago cabaret stars Beckie Menzie, Tom Michael, Kingsley Day, David Edelfelt, Roberta Duchak and Ann McMann, as well as Chicago’s performers of tomorrow - - students from The Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts. "Season of Carols 2013" is now available for pre-order at seasonofcarols.com.

Many thanks to everyone who donated their time, talent, and funds to the creation of this CD, and special thanks to "Season of Carols" producers Cory Goodrich and Eugene Dizon for their hard work, for longtime support of SoC, and for their overwhelming generosity. Many thanks!

"Season of Carols 2013" Holiday Concert

To celebrate the holiday season and to kick-off sales of the "Season of Carols 2013" CD, there will be a special concert on Monday, December 9 at 7:00 p.m. at Mercury Theater Chicago. Many of the artists from the "Season of Carols" 2013 will be performing their songs from the album.

Tickets are $30 each (2 for $50) and are available at Mercury Theater Chicago, by calling the box office at 773-325-1700, or clicking the link below.