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Modern Women at The Chicago Dancing Festival Review – Then and Now

Modern Women at The Chicago Dancing Festival Review – Then and Now The Chicago Dancing Festival is a wonderful gift from the city offered to anyone interested in seeing dance and it is free!

Assassination Theater Review- A Theatrical Investigation of Chicago’s Involvement in the Murder of John F. Kennedy

Assassination Theater Review- A Theatrical Investigation of Chicago’s Involvement in the Murder of John F. Kennedy A chilling performance that questions who shot President John F. Kennedy and could the ties the killer could have with the Chicago mob

Pinter’s “Ashes to Ashes” at Intuit Art Center Review – Play Linked to the Soul of the Art in its Surrounds

Pinter’s “Ashes to Ashes” at Intuit Art Center Review – Play Linked to the Soul of the Art in its Surrounds A masterful staging of Pinter's "Ashes to Ashes" should be a magnet draw to view The Intuit: Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art's remarkable collections

Timeline’s “The Price” Review – Tallying Costs of Life Decisions

Timeline’s “The Price” Review – Tallying Costs of Life Decisions Legendary actor Mike Nussbaum is joined by stellar cast in Timeline's re-mount of Arthur Miller's "The Price"

Special Blue Man Group Performance - In Conjunction With Autism Speaks

Special Blue Man Group Performance - In Conjunction With Autism Speaks The critically hailed Blue Man Group and world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, Autism Speaks, have teamed up to announce a collaborative Blue Man Group performance Sunday, October 4 at 4 p.m

Oracle Theatre’s “This House Believes…” Review – Tragic Bellwether of Enduring Racism

Oracle Theatre’s “This House Believes…” Review – Tragic Bellwether of Enduring Racism Relive a seminal debate on race at Oracle Theatre's "This House Believes the American Dream is at the Expense of the American Negro"

“The Rise and Fall of Little Voice” Review – Termagant Tale

“The Rise and Fall of Little Voice” Review – Termagant Tale No Stakes Theater Project produces its world debut show "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice"

North Coast Music Fest PREVIEW: 5 Things You Can't Miss

North Coast Music Fest PREVIEW: 5 Things You Can't Miss North Coast Music Fest is one of the best events during Chicago’s busy festival season. There are five things you must check out while attending the fest

Light Opera Works Presents South Pacific Review- A Journey Through the Battles of Love and War

Light Opera Works Presents South Pacific Review- A Journey Through the Battles of Love and War An old classic brought back to life, South Pacific will make you laugh and cry as you follow the journey of two couples searching for love and dealing with the war at hand

Free 101.9 THE MIX Concert at MB Financial Park Rosemont- “Eric & Kathy’s Concert for the Kids”

Free 101.9 THE MIX Concert at MB Financial Park Rosemont- “Eric & Kathy’s Concert for the Kids” Popular Chicago radio hosts Eric and Kathy of 101.9 THE MIX will be hosting a free concert at MB Financial Park in Rosemont, Illinois

"We Gotta Bingo" Review - Hilarious and Wacky

"We Gotta Bingo" Review - Hilarious and Wacky "We Gotta Bingo", a funny and playful interactive dinner theatre extravaganza opens in Chicago for what promises to be a long run. Audiences can expect to eat, drink, laugh, dance and yes, play bingo!

Kurios Cirque du Soleil Review – Preternatural Talent Showcase

Kurios Cirque du Soleil Review – Preternatural Talent Showcase Standout performances by A+ team of circus artists make Cirque du Soleil's "Kurios, Cabinet of Curiosities" show riveting and festive

“Muthaland” at Raven Theatre Review - Hosted by Indo-American Heritage Museum

“Muthaland” at Raven Theatre Review - Hosted by Indo-American Heritage Museum Minita Gandhi engages and charms an Indo-American Heritage Musieum audience with her poignant one-woman show "Muthaland"

Juba! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance Review – A Grand, “Grand Finale”

Juba! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance Review –  A Grand, “Grand Finale” The festival, "Rhythm World", concluded its grand finale "Juba Masters" at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, with its final week featuring virtuoso Master Artists of American Jazz and the percussive arts

Midsommer’s Flight MACBETH Review- A Shakespearean Experience brought to Chicago’s Parks

Midsommer’s Flight MACBETH Review- A Shakespearean Experience brought to Chicago’s Parks Midsommer Flight brings the love, suspense and thrill of Shakespeare's plays to Chicago's parks free to the public

About Face Theater Presents “15 Breaths” Review- An Emotional and Eye Opening Performance

About Face Theater Presents “15 Breaths” Review- An Emotional and Eye Opening Performance The About Face Youth Theater Ensemble performs 15 Breaths, a touching story aimed to explore the connect and disconnection across generations within the queer community

Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales by Tommy Tune Review – They’ve Got Rhythm, Who Could Ask For Anything More?

Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales by Tommy Tune Review – They’ve Got Rhythm, Who Could Ask For Anything More? A full house greeted Ten-Time Tony Award Winner Tommy Tune as he performed his one man show, Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales. Tune was this year’s Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s (CHRP) JUBA! Award winner for Extraordinary Lifetime Achievement

PIPPIN at the Cadillac Palace, Review – More Spectacle than Story

PIPPIN at the Cadillac Palace, Review – More Spectacle than Story PIPPIN, now playing downtown at the Cadillac Palace, is about a young man in search of meaning and the players that lead him down a dangerous path. While this tour is visually stunning the spectacle takes away from the story rather than adding to it

Al Booth Memorial Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – Forceful Personality Still Making an Imprint

Al Booth Memorial Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – Forceful Personality Still Making an Imprint Dame Myra Hess Concert hosts a fitting memorial concert to its founder, the late Al Booth

Haven Theatre’s “Last Train to Nibroc” Review – Endearing Love Story, Well-Told

Haven Theatre’s “Last Train to Nibroc” Review – Endearing Love Story, Well-Told Charming and endearing, "Last Train to Nibroc" is a love story well-told

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