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"Circus 1903" Review- The Golden Age of Circus is Recreated at The Oriental Theatre

"Circus 1903" Review- The Golden Age of Circus is Recreated at The Oriental Theatre For 6 days only "Circus 1903" revives the wonders of the Big Top at The Oriental Theatre, Chicago

The 9th Annual USH Connections Conference – In Conversation with Usher Syndrome Coalition Chairman Mark Dunning

The 9th Annual USH Connections Conference – In Conversation with Usher Syndrome Coalition Chairman Mark Dunning Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to once again speak with Mark Dunning, Chair of the Usher Syndrome Coalition. For those of you who may be unfamiliar, it is — as I wrote in my introduction to my 2015 interview with Mark — a wonderful...

Timeout Chicago’s 2nd Annual Treat Yo’ Self Review - A Festival Too Sweet For Words

Timeout Chicago’s 2nd Annual Treat Yo’ Self Review - A Festival Too Sweet For Words Time Out Chicago’s 2nd Annual Treat Yo’ Self took place Sunday, March 5th, 2017 at Architectural Artifacts (4325 N Ravenswood Avenue), in Ravenswood. Guests sampled popular treats from the city’s best bakeries, restaurants and ice cream shops

"Spamilton" review- Funny and Enjoyable Parody of "Hamilton"

"Spamilton" review- Funny and Enjoyable Parody of "Hamilton" "Spamilton", the parody of "Hamilton" now playing at The Royal George Theatre, is a clever and very funny production filled with insider Broadway allusions, great music and lots of high spirits

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

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

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

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

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

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

Chicago Culinary Museum And Chefs Hall Of Fame Gala Preview - Fundraiser is Coming

Chicago Culinary Museum And Chefs Hall Of Fame Gala Preview - Fundraiser is Coming On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, The Chicago Culinary Museum and Chefs Hall of Fame will host a fundraising Gala benefitting the Chicago Culinary Museum at the Crystal Gardens at Navy Pier, Located at 700 E. Grand Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611

Urinetown Review - A Delightfully Dark Musical Comedy

Urinetown Review - A Delightfully Dark Musical Comedy BoHo Theatre presents this dark satire with smart direction and strong acting work

Straight White Men - Young Jean Lee's Socially Conscious Comedy Comes to Chicago

Straight White Men - Young Jean Lee's Socially Conscious Comedy Comes to Chicago Smart, funny, and unsettling, Straight White Men offers an insightful look at families, privilege, and much more

Fifty Shades of Shakespeare - Celebrating the Bard's Bawdy Side

Fifty Shades of Shakespeare - Celebrating the Bard's Bawdy Side Composed of a hodgepodge of Shakespeare's "sexiest scenes," Fifty Shades of Shakespeare is an odd little show that's fun to watch if difficult to understand

THE BODYGUARD: THE MUSICAL at the Oriental Theatre, Review – A Load of Empty Calories

THE BODYGUARD: THE MUSICAL at the Oriental Theatre, Review – A Load of Empty Calories A musical adaptation of the 1992 movie, “The Bodyguard” starring R&B singer, Deborah Cox. It’s as bad as it sounds

Faceless Review - A Timely Reflection on Islam in America

Faceless Review - A Timely Reflection on Islam in America Faceless tells the story of two remarkably different women bound by a shared faith and a court case

"The Music of Steve Reich" Preview- Conductor Alan Pierson discusses the Feb. 9 concert

"The Music of Steve Reich" Preview- Conductor Alan Pierson discusses the Feb. 9 concert On February 9, at Pick-Staiger Hall, Evanston, Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music will host "The Music of Steve Reich", a concert and discussion to honor Nemmers Prize winner and musical legend Steve Reich

Elemeno Pea Review - A Smart, Funny Look at Class and Family

Elemeno Pea Review - A Smart, Funny Look at Class and Family Witty, hilarious, and poignant, Elemeno Pea speaks to struggles of class and human connection in deeply insightful ways

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