Old home night on WTTW
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 21 Aug 2008, B2

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On WTTW Channel 11, tonight, vocalist and composer, Ann Hampton Callaway, who grew up in Winnetka, prresents a "Singer's Spotlight" with her friend, actress, Christine Ebersole, also a New Trier graduate from Winnetka.
Lake Forest's Youth Choral Theater Artistic Director Paul Caldwell is the 2008 recipient of Chorus America's national award.

British-born Ellis M. Goodman, now a Glencoe resident, has just published an espionage thriller, Bear Any Burden
Evanston Township High School musicians Zoe Grosshandler, Zach Levine, Daniel Rashid and Brent Fernandez-Morera all took part in a big band instruction session at Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Door County, Wisconsin.
Nancy Gerstein of Morton Grove teaches yoga at the North Suburban YMCA in Northbrook and has written a book called Guiding Yoga's Light

Scenic designer Melania Lancy, who grew up in Lake Bluff, is involved with Signal Ensemble Theater's latest production, The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter at Chicago's Chopin Theatre.

Evanston's Julia Quinn was a summer intern in the National Gallery of Art's exhibition programs
New Trier grad (2007) Dan Ronan and New Trier sennior Griff O'Brien, both members of the Second City Teen Ensemble, write and perform in the current production of "Blood Diamonds are Forever" at Donny's Skybox in Chicago

Photograph Christine Ebersole, Ellis M. Goodman, NancyGerstein, Julia Quinn
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Old home night on WTTW

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