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Music of the Masters Preview - Schubert’s Trout quintet, Brahms, and Mozart in Rembrandt Chamber Musicians’ April program

Music of the Masters Preview - Schubert’s Trout quintet, Brahms, and Mozart in Rembrandt Chamber Musicians’ April program   "Music of the Masters" will be performed Rembrandt Chamber Musicians with special guests on April 2 (Music Institute of Chicago, 1490 Chicago Ave., Evanston) and April 3 (St. James Cathedral, 65 E Huron St., Chicago)

‘The Hard Problem’ Review — Mental Gymnastics Fail to Work Up a Sweat at Court Theatre

‘The Hard Problem’ Review — Mental Gymnastics Fail to Work Up a Sweat at Court Theatre Tom Stoppard’s latest work comes to Chicago ready for an intellectual rumble

Sycamore Review - Real, Relatable, Relevant

Sycamore Review - Real, Relatable, Relevant The world premiere of Sycamore opened March 13, 2017, and continues through April 29, 2017, at the Raven Theatre, located at 6157 N. Clark Street in Chicago

Hubbard Street Dance ‘Spring Series’ Review — Marching to a Different Drummer

Hubbard Street Dance ‘Spring Series’ Review — Marching to a Different Drummer Hubbard Street Dance Chicago wraps up its 39th spring season with snap in its step

Imprisoned Films Review- The Peace on Earth Film Festival 2017

Imprisoned Films Review- The Peace on Earth Film Festival 2017 The Peace on Earth Film Festival 2017 screened a number of movies that shed light on the realities of those imprisoned and their efforts to achieve meaningful lives once released

Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players Preview - Return to City Winery Chicago

Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players Preview - Return to City Winery Chicago The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players will return to the City Winery, 1200 W Randolph on Sunday, March 19th for a concert entitled "Mozart and Mimosas"- join them for brunch!

HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH at the Oriental Theatre, Review – Real, Raw, and Relevant

HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH at the Oriental Theatre, Review – Real, Raw, and Relevant HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, playing at the Oriental Theatre through March 19, is a unique and immensely creative glam-rock musical about one character’s strange journey of self-discovery that is surprisingly moving

The Chicago Philharmonic/Visceral Dance Chicago Review- "The Dream" reimagined at The Harris Theatre

The Chicago Philharmonic/Visceral Dance Chicago Review- "The Dream" reimagined at The Harris Theatre The Chicago Philharmonic and Visceral Dance Chicago put on a dream of a performance at The Harris Theater

Jackie Chan's Long Yun Kung Fu Troupe from Beijing Review - A Cultural Feast for the Senses

Jackie Chan's Long Yun Kung Fu Troupe from Beijing Review - A Cultural Feast for the Senses Jackie Chan’s Long Yun Kung Fu Troupe will present the U.S. Premiere of its new work 11 Warriors, a performance in five chapters combining kung fu, ballet, modern dance and drama to interpret the origin, spirit, artists, tenderness and essence of kung fu

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra/ Wynton Marsalis/ The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A pair of Delightful Concerts at Symphony Center

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra/ Wynton Marsalis/ The Chicago Symphony Orchestra  Review- A pair of Delightful Concerts at Symphony Center Wynton Marsalis and The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra took part in a multi-day residency including school programs and two concerts- one with The Chicago Symphony Orchestra- at Symphony Center

Music Box Theatre to host POEFF 9 Preview- 3 days of inspiring films March 10-12, 2017

Music Box Theatre to host POEFF 9  Preview- 3 days of inspiring films March 10-12, 2017 The 9th Annual Peace On Earth Film Festival comes to the Music Box March 10-12, 2017, screening 33 important and meaningful films

Chekhov at the Goodman Theater Review- Annie Baker adapts "Uncle Vanya"

Chekhov at the Goodman Theater Review- Annie Baker adapts "Uncle Vanya" The Goodman Theater is currently performing Pulitzer Prize winner Annie Baker's splendid adaptation of "Uncle Vanya"

Game Changer's Review - Delightfully Entertaining

Game Changer's Review - Delightfully Entertaining The Joffrey Ballet's performance of Game Changers convened February 15 - 26, 2017 at the Auditorium Theatre located 50 E. Congress Parkway in Chicago

”MAN FROM NEBRASKA” Review - Off Broadway and a Winner

”MAN FROM NEBRASKA” Review - Off Broadway and a Winner The New York premiere of "Man From Nebraska" is at SECOND STAGE THEATRE. It is a winner - see it

4SPIEL Review- The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players and Bethany Thomas in concert with "Sounds of Change"

4SPIEL Review- The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players and Bethany Thomas in concert with  "Sounds of Change" The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players with Special Guest Vocalist Bethany Thomas wowed the audience at The City Winery with "Sounds of Change"

"The Dream" Preview- The Chicago Philharmonic and Visceral Dance Chicago on March 5, 2017 at The Harris Theater

"The Dream" Preview- The Chicago Philharmonic and Visceral Dance Chicago on March 5, 2017 at The Harris Theater The Harris Theater, 205 E. Randolph Drive, Chicago will host "The Dream", a joint production by The Chicago Philharmonic and Visceral Dance, Chicago. Professor Robert Bird of the University of Chicago will add his perspective.

APUC returns Preview- Asian Pop-Up Cinema returns to Chicago in it's 4th Season with 18 great films

APUC returns Preview- Asian Pop-Up Cinema returns to Chicago in it's 4th Season with 18 great films The Asian Pop-Up Cinema Film Festival returns to Chicagoland for it's 4th season with 18 great films

THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS at Porchlight Music Theatre, Review – Boldly Revising a Grisly Chapter in American History as a Musical Comedy

THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS at Porchlight Music Theatre, Review – Boldly Revising a Grisly Chapter in American History as a Musical Comedy THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS now playing at Porchlight Theatre through March 12th tells the true story, performed as a minstrel show, of nine African-American teenagers accused of an horrendous crime they did not commit

"At the Table" Review- Broken Nose Theatre Shines in a Play about Real Communication

"At the Table" Review- Broken Nose Theatre Shines in a Play about Real Communication "At the Table" is a study in interpersonal communication and coming to grips with one's identity in a group; Broken Nose Theatre does a fine job presenting Michael Perlman's play

"Dynamic Duos" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic at The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts

"Dynamic Duos" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic at The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts On February 12, the Chicago Philharmonic continued its "Love" season with a concert honoring great friends and lovers. Beautifully performed with double flutes and trumpets, it was an audience pleaser and a herald of St.Valentine's Day

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