Copyright © 2012 powerhouseproduction.org. All Rights Reserved.
Powerhouse Productions is non-for-profit organization.
Welcome to Powerhouse Productions!
Powerhouse Productions is a performing arts theater company located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, IL. We were established in 1998, making this 14 strong years for our production company.
Our theater company focuses on the importance of embracing diversity and highlighting the importance of community. Our shows are always family oriented and leaves the audience with a strong and impactful message.
Powerhouse Productions -
Speaking of Schaumburg
SPEAKING OF SCHAUMBURG with AL LARSON is a monthly informational program hosted by Schaumburg Village President Al Larson. Every episode, President Larson will talk with guests in studio and around town to discuss the latest news on whats happening in Schaumburg.
Tickets are now on sale at the "Prairie Center for the Arts." If you are interested in purchasing group tickets, please call (847) 902-7508 for more information. This is an event you don't want to miss!
Theatre Location: Schaumburg Prairie Center for the Arts
18 and Graduating
Saturday, February 23, 2013 7:00 PM
Powerhouse Productions' annual Black History Month Program
A young lady's high school graduation is approaching, and so is a new world of opportunity, uncertainty, and decisions that have lasting implications on the course of her life. Conflicting influences from her parents and friends only heighten an unfolding drama, one that is universally experienced by all students reaching this pivotal stage into adulthood. A program for all ages, celebrating the human spirit and cultural awareness.
Praire Center for the Arts
The "Praire Center for the Arts" has been a supporter of Powerhouse Productions for over twelve years!
Village of Schaumburg
The Village of Schaumburg has been supporting Powerhouse Productions since it birth in 1998!
Powerhouse Production Past History...
From the late 70's continuing into the 80's and 90's, Val would load up her sons and take them to Chicago and visit many places that had Black History events on a regular basis. By 1998 she noticed how the complexion of the northwest suburbia had changed since moving there in the 70's. Although her two sons were now adults, she was unsure if many of the young families faced with busy schedules would take their children into Chicago to reinforce what a wonderful heritage we have.
Schaumburg Prairie Center for the Arts
201 Schaumburg Court
Schaumburg, IL 60193
(Click Map to Enlarge)