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"Legendary Lovers" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic opens the 2016-20177 season of "Love" at Pick-Staiger Hall

"Legendary Lovers" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic opens the 2016-20177 season of "Love" at Pick-Staiger Hall The Chicago Philharmonic opened it's 27th season with a concert about "Legendary Lovers"; accompanied by guest opera stars Emily Birsan and John Irvin, the orchestra wowed the audience at Pick-Staiger Hall

‘Tug of War: Civil Strife’ Review — God Save the Kingdom from Self-Destruction

‘Tug of War: Civil Strife’ Review — God Save the Kingdom from Self-Destruction Binge watching three Shakespeare histories featuring one big, unhappy, royal family makes for riveting theater

The 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival and it's Artistic Directors Review - Two great composers discuss their music and the festival

The 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival and it's Artistic Directors Review - Two great composers discuss their music and the festival Composers Gustavo Leone and Elbio Barilari, Co-Artistic Directors of the 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival discuss their work and their hopes for the ongoing Festival

Visceral Dance October 1, 2016 Preview and Nick Pupillo Interview Review- A Great Choreographer and a Great Company

Visceral Dance October 1, 2016  Preview and Nick Pupillo Interview Review- A Great Choreographer and a Great Company Visceral Dance Chicago will open it's 4th season at The Harris Theater in Millennium Park with a full Fall program of lauded prior works and world premieres- Artistic Director Nick Pupillo discusses his vision for the piece "Atlas"

"Sori:Voice From The Heart" Review - A Rewarding, Heartwarming Film and An Interview With Director, Lee Ho-Jae

"Sori:Voice From The Heart" Review - A  Rewarding, Heartwarming Film and An Interview With Director, Lee Ho-Jae As part of the ongoing Asian Pop-Up Cinema Festival, The Willmette Theater recently screened the touching drama and tech-sci-fi film "Sori: Voice From the Heart" directed by South Korean auteur Lee Ho-jae- it's a winner!

A TASTE OF THEATRE Preview - WHERE EVERYONE IS A STAR

A TASTE OF THEATRE Preview - WHERE EVERYONE IS A STAR The 4th Annual A Taste Of Theatre Festival will take place, October 7-8, 2016 at the Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory High School, located at 250 E. 111th St., Chicago, Illinois 60628. Get your tickets Today

Game of Thrones: The Musical Parody Review - Naughty and Epic

Game of Thrones: The Musical Parody Review - Naughty and Epic Game of Thrones: The Musical Parody is a hilarious and raunchy view into the many seasons of the beloved and bloody television show as played by a group avid fans to their ignorant friend

LIFE SUCKS at Lookingglass Theatre, Review – Life Might Suck, but This Outstanding Play Certainly Doesn’t

LIFE SUCKS at Lookingglass Theatre, Review – Life Might Suck, but This Outstanding Play Certainly Doesn’t LIFE SUCKS is a brilliant update of Chekov’s Uncle Vanya. Topics of love, loss, longing, and hope are explored through clever writing, terrific direction, and by a superb cast. Life might suck, but this excellent production surely doesn’t.

Miss Holmes Review -A Must-See Mystery at Lifeline Theatre

Miss Holmes Review -A Must-See Mystery at Lifeline Theatre Don't fear the gender-swapped leads of Miss Holmes, this is a Sherlock Holmes mystery that is everything it should be, clever, exciting and funny by turns. Superbly acted and directed and a must-see

Fefu and Her Friends Review - A Thoughtful Examination of Womanhood

Fefu and Her Friends Review - A Thoughtful Examination of Womanhood Giddy and dark in equal turns, Fefu and Her Friends features a skilled ensemble of actors that bring Fornés’ text to vivid life

HELLDRIVERS OF DAYTONA at the Royal George Theatre, Review – Crash and Burn

HELLDRIVERS OF DAYTONA at the Royal George Theatre, Review – Crash and Burn HELLDRIVERS OF DAYTONA tries to satirize 1960's racing films, however due to poor direction and terrible writing, the show makes it seem like its celebrating the sexist themes instead of mocking them

‘Julius Caesar’ Review — Mayhem Wins out at Writers Theatre

‘Julius Caesar’ Review — Mayhem Wins out at Writers Theatre Ahead of his time in all things, Shakespeare foresaw politics as a blood sport where passions can obscure fine points.

"I Do Today" Review- A One-Person Play on the Meaning of Family

"I Do Today" Review- A One-Person Play on the Meaning of Family "I Do Today" is a funny, self-mocking yet genuinely soulful effort to come to grips with a family tree contorted by divorce and remarriage

Oz With Orchestra at Ravinia Review – A Magical Night

Oz With Orchestra at Ravinia Review – A Magical Night It was a perfect night at Ravinia, seeing "The Wizard of Oz" and hearing the Chicago Philharmonic

A Comedical Tragedy for Mister Punch Review - That’s the Way to Do It! (Mostly)

A Comedical Tragedy for Mister Punch Review - That’s the Way to Do It! (Mostly) With gorgeous design work and deliciously dark undertones, this Punch-and-Judy-inspired show features a number of spellbindingly strange elements but struggles to create a unified whole

Marriott Lincolnshire's "How to Succeed" Review - Zippy, Quippy Treat

Marriott Lincolnshire's "How to Succeed" Review -  Zippy, Quippy Treat An energetic cast, tight direction, excellent use of the theater space and a still-relevant story make this show worth the trip to north suburban Lincolnshire

Smokey Joe's Cafe Review - A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Birth of Rock 'n' Roll

Smokey Joe's Cafe Review - A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Birth of Rock 'n' Roll Incredible voices, amazing design, fun choreography all give a Broadway tribute to two of Rock's founding fathers, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, full of songs you know and love like "Hound Dog", "On Broadway" and "Stand By Me"

Farewell My Friend Review - An Intimate Experience of Star-Crossed Lovers

Farewell My Friend Review - An Intimate Experience of Star-Crossed Lovers Farewell My Friend brings its audience into close contact with the stories of Romeo & Juliet and Tristan & Iseult, creating a fresh interpretation and new perspectives on familiar tales

Latino Music Festival Review- A wonderful program of music September 8- December 1, 2016

Latino Music Festival Review- A wonderful program of music September 8- December 1, 2016 The 11th Annual Latino Music Festival announces a world-class lineup of Latin American and Spanish Classical Music September 8- December 1, 2016

Chicago Premiere of Naperville Review - A Slice of Caffeinated Life

Chicago Premiere of Naperville Review - A Slice of Caffeinated Life Theater Wit's Chicago premiere of Naperville enthralls us with the hopes and dreams of regulars at a suburban coffee shop

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