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Oil Lamp Theater’s LATER LIFE Review – Thoughtful, Hopeful, Real

Oil Lamp Theater’s LATER LIFE Review – Thoughtful, Hopeful, Real In my humble opinion everyone over 50 – make that over 30 – should see this play

Gurrumul at Old Town School of Folk Music Review - Gurrumul’s voice transcends

Gurrumul at Old Town School of Folk Music Review - Gurrumul’s voice transcends “Australia’s Most Important Voice” performs at the Old Town School of Folk Music

Sense and Sensibility Review – Beautiful Music and Deep Emotion

Sense and Sensibility Review – Beautiful Music and Deep Emotion Chicago Shakespeare Theater's world premiere production of Sense and Sensibility, taken from the Jane Austen classic, is fraught with love, despair, and beautiful music

Dead Writers Theatre’s “Lady Windemere’s Fan” Review – Letting Oscar Wilde Speak

Dead Writers Theatre’s “Lady Windemere’s Fan” Review – Letting Oscar Wilde Speak Dead Writers Theatre presents the Oscar Wilde classic, "Lady Windermere's Fan"

Marriott’s ANYTHING GOES Review – Everybody Should Go!

Marriott’s ANYTHING GOES Review – Everybody Should Go! The Marriott production is as good as it gets!

The Hypocrites’ “Three Sisters” Review – Never Getting to Moscow

The Hypocrites’ “Three Sisters” Review – Never Getting to Moscow The Hypocrites mounts the classic Chekhov play "Three Sisters"

Historic CD 503 Horowitz Piano Concert Review – A Night to Remember

Historic CD 503 Horowitz Piano Concert Review – A Night to Remember Minus Vladimir Horowitz and Moscow, the evening at the Music Institute of Chicago's Nichol's Concert Hall was a reenactment of the famed 1986 Horowitz Recital in Moscow

Porchlight’s “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” Review – Vaudeville-esque Glee

Porchlight’s “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” Review – Vaudeville-esque Glee Porchlight Music Theatre brings a laugh-a-minute production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" with Vaudeville flair

‘New Works’ Review - Don’t Walk But Run (Gracefully) to the Joffrey’s Spring Program

‘New Works’ Review - Don’t Walk But Run (Gracefully) to the Joffrey’s Spring Program Sparkling choreography plus exquisite dancing make The Joffrey’s Ballet’s spring program a must-see

Roots on the Rails Review - Dave Alvin's Journey Across the American West Stops in Chicago

Roots on the Rails Review - Dave Alvin's Journey Across the American West Stops in Chicago ALL ABOARD! Dave Alvin’s musical train has rolled into town

BILLY ELLIOT at Drury Lane Theatre, Review – Chicagoland Opening Dazzles With Stunning Storytelling, Singing, Dancing

BILLY ELLIOT at Drury Lane Theatre, Review – Chicagoland Opening Dazzles With Stunning Storytelling, Singing, Dancing The International smash-hit musical BILLY ELLIOT has exploded onto stage of the magnificent Drury Lane Theatre with a roiling magnitude leaving everyone in its wake fully aware that they’ve just experienced theatre at its very best

Sounds So Sweet Review – Superb!

Sounds So Sweet Review – Superb! Black Ensemble Theatre presents “Sounds So Sweet”, written and directed by Rueben Echoles, a wonderful story with terrific songs and a great live band

Look, We are Breathing - determining one life's impact

Look, We are Breathing - determining one life's impact Rivendell Theatre Ensemble's world premiere of Look, We are Breathing is an insightful and gripping look into the impact of one dead young man's life on the people connected to him

THE HERD at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – An Enthralling, Touching, and Unforgettable Must-See Production

THE HERD at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – An Enthralling, Touching, and Unforgettable Must-See Production Rory Kinnear’s penetrating and extremely moving family drama, THE HERD, is the finest production Steppenwolf has ever done and is an absolutely gripping and beautiful production that is not to be missed

“An Evening with the Roosevelts” at Auditorium Theatre Review – Steeped in History

“An Evening with the Roosevelts” at Auditorium Theatre Review – Steeped in History Roosevelt University marks its 70th Anniversary with two plays about their namesakes starring Ed Asner and Loretta Swit

Lyric Opera’s “Carousel” – Magical, Transporting

Lyric Opera’s “Carousel” – Magical, Transporting Lyric Opera's Carousel transports you with iconic music, star power, and remarkable set design

THE UPSTAIRS CONCIERGE at the Goodman Theatre, Review – A Fake and Phony Farce

THE UPSTAIRS CONCIERGE at the Goodman Theatre, Review – A Fake and Phony Farce The Upstairs Concierge, now playing at the Goodman Theatre until April 26, is a misguided farce that tries too hard to be funny and ends up being anything but humorous

“Louis & Keely ‘Live’ at the Sahara” Review – Lounge Act Nostalgia

“Louis & Keely ‘Live’ at the Sahara” Review – Lounge Act Nostalgia A Las Vegas act -- "Louis & Keely Live at the Sahara- tells an almost forgotten story in American music history

MCA Ragamala Dance with Mahanthappa Review - Dancers and Musicians Enthrall

MCA Ragamala Dance with Mahanthappa Review - Dancers and Musicians Enthrall MCA Ragamala Dance with Mahanthappa - Onstage Interplay of Dancers and Musicians Enthralls Audience

Badfic Love Review - A Creative Tale of Internet Culture and Real-life Conclusions

Badfic Love Review - A Creative Tale of Internet Culture and Real-life Conclusions The Strange Bedfellow Theatre group proves their success with a new, experimental show, Badfic Love at The Den Theatre

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