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Cellist Oliver Aldort Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – En Route to Boston Symphony Orchestra

Cellist Oliver Aldort Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – En Route to Boston Symphony Orchestra Now 21, musical prodigy cellist Oliver Aldort performs at Dame Myra Hess concert and is soon to join Boston Symphony Orchestra

Drury Lane’s Beaches Review – Carry a pack of tissues

Drury Lane’s Beaches Review – Carry a pack of tissues Drury Lane’s fine presentation pre-Broadway Chicago premiere of Beaches shows us the real meaning of friendship and reminds us to cherish the moments

CHICAGO MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL Preview - Featuring 13 World Premiere Musicals by Chicago Artists

CHICAGO MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL Preview - Featuring 13 World Premiere Musicals by Chicago Artists CHICAGO MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL June 30 – July 19, 2015 at The Den Theatre

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Review - Chicago Premiere of Brilliant Comedy a Must-See

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Review - Chicago Premiere of Brilliant Comedy a Must-See The Goodman brings together a strong cast to perform this masterpiece of a script, which blends side-splitting comedy with moving introspection

Playing in Skokie, "Bad Jews" Review - A Play that Should Not be Missed

Playing in Skokie, "Bad Jews" Review - A Play that Should Not be Missed "Bad Jew" reopens at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, Skokie. This is a play that should not be missed

Hypocrites’ “All Our Tragic” Review – Magical Marathon Theater

Hypocrites’ “All Our Tragic” Review – Magical Marathon Theater Hypocrites' "All Our Tragic" immerses you in the universe of Greek tragedies for 12 hours leaving you hungry for a repeat

Chicago Contemporary Circus Review – Creativity on Steroids

Chicago Contemporary Circus Review – Creativity on Steroids Chicago Contemporary Circus WOWS with creativity

The Who & the What Review - A Beautiful Story of Family and Faith

The Who & the What Review - A Beautiful Story of Family and Faith This rich, compelling story of a Pakistani-American writer struggling to reconcile her family’s traditions with her modern ideals is not to be missed

ON YOUR FEET! at the Oriental Theatre, Review – A Promising Work-In-Progress

ON YOUR FEET! at the Oriental Theatre, Review – A Promising Work-In-Progress The pre-Broadway tryout of ON YOUR FEET! is a safe and predictable work-in-progress biographical jukebox musical, which, despite its flaws is showing some great potential in its first draft before it heads to New York

Northwestern University's Jump Rhythm Jazz Project Review - Great Choreograpy and Dance

Northwestern University's Jump Rhythm Jazz Project Review - Great Choreograpy and Dance Northwestern University’s School of Communication and the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts presented “Getting Down, Going Forward”, with the Jump Rhythm Jazz Project,the Next Generation of Rhythm Inspired Choreographers

Gift Theatre’s “Body + Blood” Review – Faith Story Circa 2015

Gift Theatre’s “Body + Blood” Review – Faith Story Circa 2015 Gift Theatre's "Body + Blood" is a modern day play set in Chicago about faith

Ithamar Has Nothing to Say Review - Silent Show Brings Big Laughs to Chicago

Ithamar Has Nothing to Say Review - Silent Show Brings Big Laughs to Chicago After much anticipation, Charlie Chaplin for the 21st century arrived at Chicago’s Second City

Griffin Theatre’s “The Birds” Review – Transport to Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare

Griffin Theatre’s “The Birds” Review – Transport to Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare Griffin Theatre's "The Birds" transports you to a post-apocalyptic scary world

Global Dance Party, Chicago Samba Review - As if Carnaval was transported to the Mid-West

Global Dance Party, Chicago Samba Review - As if Carnaval was transported to the Mid-West Dancing Keeps You Young

Les Liaisons Dangereuses Review - An Irresistible Story of Sex and Power

Les Liaisons Dangereuses Review - An Irresistible Story of Sex and Power This thrilling story of intrigue and deceit among Russian aristocrats captivates its audience with rich characters and surprises at every turn

Abraham Lincoln Was a F*gg*t Review - Gay Comedy Is Full of Laughs, Short on Insight

Abraham Lincoln Was a F*gg*t Review - Gay Comedy Is Full of Laughs, Short on Insight Although deeply funny and occasionally touching, this play about a teenage boy determined to prove that Abraham Lincoln was gay falls short of providing any genuinely fresh insight into the state of gay rights in the U. S.

Circus in Progress, An Evening of Daring New Work Review - Arial Acts and Much More

Circus in Progress, An Evening of Daring New Work Review - Arial Acts and Much More “ Circus in Progress, An Evening of Daring New Work” featured a plethora of aerial acts (as one would expect), without a net, and centering on rope use, including the truly spectacular “les Deux” on Trapeze

Hubbard Street Dance ‘Summer Series’ Review — It’s All in the Family as Cerrudo Choreographs for his Colleagues

Hubbard Street Dance ‘Summer Series’ Review — It’s All in the Family as Cerrudo Choreographs for his Colleagues No one knows the remarkable abilities of Hubbard Street’s dancers as well as one of their own, Alejandro Cerrudo, who choreographs a program that fits them like a custom-made suit

Lifeline’s “Soon I Will Be Invincible” Review – Standout Stagecraft for Superhero Comic Enthusiasts

Lifeline’s “Soon I Will Be Invincible” Review – Standout Stagecraft for Superhero Comic Enthusiasts Superhero and supervillain comic book characters are brought to life in Lifeline's musical, "Soon I Will Be Invincible"

42nd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards Ceremony Review – Chicago Got Talent!

42nd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards Ceremony Review – Chicago Got Talent! The passion of Chicago's non-equity actors was palpable at the 42nd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards

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