Current Production

“Beauty and the Beast”, as it is known today, comes from a French adaptation of a story found in many ancient cultures from Africa, to Europe, to Asia.  The timeless tale is a morality play asking us to consider two things: show modesty and respect for others, look beyond what you see.  In other words, looks can be deceiving, so humble yourselves and assume the best in others.

Our hero, Belle, lives near an enchanted and forgotten French castle whose resident prince has been turned into a beast as punishment for his selfish nature.  The enchantress tells him that if he can learn to love, and be loved in return, the spell will be broken.  The servants of the castle are also doomed to the same fate.

When Belle happens upon the castle, and is taken prisoner by the vicious beast, she finds the servants to be friendly and welcoming, despite the horrible beast.  Although her initial opinion of the beast is one of fright and loathing, she starts to see him through her naturally caring and understanding eyes.  Not knowing that she, alone, holds the power to release them all from this curse, she starts to feel something more for this ugly and terrifying beast.

Will she break the spell?  Will the prince learn to love?  Will they live happily ever after?  Is this a Disney story?


Tickets will be available for purchase in early December.

January 12 (Friday) 7:30pm

January 13 (Saturday) 1:30pm

January 13 (Saturday) 6:30pm

January 14 (Sunday) 1:30pm*


January 19 (Friday) 7:30pm

January 20 (Saturday) 1:30pm

January 20 (Saturday) 6:30pm*

January 21 (Sunday) 1:30pm

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*Sign language interpreter(s) will be present at two performances (TBD). A section of seating reserved for the deaf and hard of hearing.


Performances are at Naperville Central High School Auditorium.

440 West Aurora Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540

The Auditorium is located at the north west end of the building near the intersection of Aurora Ave and West St.

Ticket Information

Tickets will be available for purchase in early December.

Reserve tickets on the Naperville Park District course registration site. (course numbers will be posted when available.)

To reserve tickets, call the Naperville Park District at (630) 848-5000 Mon-Fri 8:30AM-5:00PM and Saturday 9:00AM-12:00PM


Presale: $17  (presale ends on Friday, Jan 12 at 4pm for the first weekend and Friday, Jan 19 at 4pm for the second weekend)

At the Door: $20

Video Tutorial on purchasing tickets.  All tickets are purchased through the NPD course registration site or at the door on performance nights.
Details coming soon

NPD code Date Day Time
##### Jan 12 Friday 7:30 pm
##### Jan 13 Saturday 1:30 pm
##### Jan 13 Saturday 6:30 pm
##### Jan 14 Sunday 1:30 pm
##### Jan 19 Friday 7:30 pm
##### Jan 20 Saturday 1:30 pm
##### Jan 20 Saturday 6:30 pm
##### Jan 22 Sunday 1:30 pm