With the focus on dementia, the Chicago Shakespeare Theater presents a poignant King Lear
Join Strawdog on a nail-biting journey to the brink of nuclear winter
Museum of Contemporary Art showcases eighth blackbird and world premiere of "Colombine's Paradise Theatre"
You may have decided that this is surely a play for “Senior Citizens.” I say "Death Tax" has truth and wisdom for everyone alive. It goes to the very core of the great question, the meaning and value of life
Chicagoland native Gabriel Cabezas (cello) partners with Amy J. Yang to bring a baroque feel to Dame Myra Hess concert
First of two concerts by Lyric Opera Chorus to be held Friday September 12
Stars of the Lyric Opera in Millennium Park give an enchanting introduction to their 60th Season
Light-hearted and fully entertaining, Piccolo Theatre's "Smash" is George Bernard Shaw-lite
Drury Lane's production of The Game's Afoot by Ken Ludwig is a funny and engaging mystery with shades of Sherlock Holmes.
On the first weekend in August, Chicagoans were treated to another installment in a series of special events in the Loop
If you love Ravinia in summer, see what awaits you during the rest of the year
"My Name is Asher Lev" portrays the story of a Hasidic-born artist's struggle to make art and remain devout
World-class talent Ketevan Kartvelishvili gave a high-energy performance at the Dame Myra Hess concert series
Debut Production of new Chicago theater company gives top-rate actors a platform to shine
A late summer gift to Chicago, this festival is for all lovers of dance and those who just love to move
The Chicago Dancing Festival, the largest free dance festival in the nation, continues its strong programming of varied dance companies August 20-23, 2014.
This comic reinterpretation of Chekov’s The Seagull will make you laugh, cry, and question everything you thought you knew about life, love, and theatre.
In its first appearance on a Chicagoland stage — overdue by some 70 years — “On the Town” is a winner for the Marriott
Legends rocked the house at Ravinia on Tuesday night, with hometown favorites Buddy Guy and Mavis Staples treating festival-goers to three and a half hours of foot-stomping, head-bopping, hand-clapping, soulful blues, gospel and rock.
More than just a showcase of Hank William's immense musical talent, Lost Highway is a musical drama that reaches tragic proportions