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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
Grant Park Orchestra performs final concert of its 80th Season
The David Bromberg Band performs from their new album "Only Slightly Mad"
The Goodman Theatre’s General Theatre Studies program empowers young people by offering them a chance to share their voices in ways they might not have been able to otherwise
Full rundown of CSO 2014 - 2015 season
In Side Project Theatre's new play, Mile Away, two desperate pool hustlers are holed up in a cheap hotel where a brutal cycle of dependency, betrayal, and hope comes to a head
Country group Lady Antebellum rocked the River Edge park in Aurora this month. Both the venue and the band are worth checking out in the future.
Children's story about the Northern Lights set to newly symphony jointly commissioned by Grant Park Orchestral Association and KV 265
Run, don’t walk, to see this thought-provoking contemporary work at the side project.
Matt Nathanson, Gavin DeGraw, and Andrew McMahon heat things up at Ravinia on Monday evening.
Matt Nathanson, Gavin DeGraw, and Andrew McMahon heat things up at Ravinia Monday evening
It’s easy to see how a classic father-son tale riddled with fantastical storytelling would be touching and appealing to audiences. Unfortunately, the Jedlicka Performing Arts Center fails to deliver
The World Premiere of "The Story of The Marvelettes" Written by Reginald Williams and directed by Rueben D. Echoles at the The Black Ensemble Theater Cultural Center is a “must see” production
Grant Park Musical Festival rolls along, highlighted by British pianist's brilliance and fine interpretation of Beethoven's "Pastoral"
On a perfect summer evening my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the opening night of Shakespeare in the Park at Schreiber Park with the Midsommer Flight production of William Shakespeare’s comedy, "Much Ado About Nothing"
The Qualms, a world premiere now playing at Steppenwolf Theatre until August 31st is a provocative, thought-provoking, and very funny dark comedy that revolves around complex issues involving monogamy, morals, fidelity, and sex.
The Gift Theatre’s talented ensemble brings the Bard’s classic “story about a handkerchief” to life, immersing audience members in the drama of the tale while adding their own twist
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