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Steel Magnolias Review - A Timeless Classic

Steel Magnolias Review - A Timeless Classic The Arc Theatre presents the Robert Harling’s classic Steel Magnolias, directed by Mark Boergers, playing, January 19 – February 12, 2017, at Red Curtain Theater at the First Congregational Church House, 1417 Hinman Avenue in Evanston

Winter Review – Death Before Disgrace

Winter Review – Death Before Disgrace The production of Winter, written by nationally acclaimed playwright Julie Jensen and co-directed by RTE members Megan Carney and Mark Ulrich, runs January 7 - February 11, 2017, at the Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, 5779 N. Ridge Avenue in Chicago.

"B'Free" and "Exhortation" Preview- Kahil El Zabar's New Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Goes on Tour

"B'Free" and "Exhortation" Preview- Kahil El Zabar's New Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Goes on Tour Jazz legend Kahil El'Zabar and his New Ethnic Heritage Ensemble will tour the U.S and Canada during Black History Month, including concerts with Fulcrum Point New Music Project

"Hand in Hand. Side by Side." Review- The Chicago Sinfonietta celebrate's Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr. Day 2017

"Hand in Hand. Side by Side." Review- The Chicago Sinfonietta celebrate's Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr. Day 2017 In a program remarkable for it's inspirational quality and it's inclusion of young musicians from all over Chicago, the Chicago Sinfonietta celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The Tall Girls Review- The Girls of Poor Prairie

The Tall Girls Review- The Girls of Poor Prairie Shattered Globe Theatre Presents the Chicago Premiere of The Tall Girls, written by Meg Miroshnik, January 12-February 25, 2017 at Theater Wit, located at 1229 W. Belmont Avenue in Chicago.

The 12th Annual Martin Luther King Weekend Performances of "Too Hot to Handel" Review- The Auditorium Theatre Hosts an Unforgettable Show

The 12th Annual Martin Luther King Weekend Performances of "Too Hot to Handel" Review- The Auditorium Theatre Hosts an Unforgettable Show "Too Hot to Handel" is a sizzling sell-out extravaganza of music, gospel, joy and sheer exuberance

"The Sundial" Review- City Lit Theatre's faithful Rendering of a Shirley Jackson Novella

"The Sundial" Review- City Lit Theatre's faithful Rendering of a Shirley Jackson Novella City Lit Theatre's current production of Shirley Jackson's "The Sundial" is a wry and satiric commentary on a not-so-innocent 1950's America

Dennis Watkins stars in The House Theatre's "The Magic Parlour" Review- A magical evening for the child in all of us

Dennis Watkins stars in  The House Theatre's "The Magic Parlour" Review- A magical evening for the child in all of us "The House Theatre of Chicago Presents The Magic Parlour" is a wonderful one-person show starring Dennis Watkins, an exuberant and extremely talented magician who has been delighting audiences for many years

Win Tickets to see Worthy at The Mid this weekend!

Win Tickets to see Worthy at The Mid this weekend! Win Tickets to see Worthy at The Mid this Friday night, January 20th!

Die Fledermaus Review - Strauss' Charming Confection Dazzles at Light Opera Works

Die Fledermaus Review - Strauss' Charming Confection Dazzles at Light Opera Works An incredible version of Strauss delightful opera by Light Opera Works, soon to be Music Theatre Works

"Politics, Poetry, Prayer" Review- Fulcrum Point new Music Project's 18th Annual Concert for Peace

"Politics, Poetry, Prayer" Review- Fulcrum Point new Music Project's 18th Annual Concert for Peace Fulcrum Point New Music Project's 18th Annual Concert for Peace was a full program of challenging music, narration and intriguing poetry by new poets Malcolm London and Stella Binion

Honky Tonk Angels Review – A Country and Broadway Mash Up Disaster

Honky Tonk Angels Review – A Country and Broadway Mash Up Disaster With an insulting cornpone book that falls flat at every turn, Honky Tonk Angels is glorious singing in between teeth-grittingly awful dialogue. Just go see a country band instead

"St. Nick in Shades 2" Review-A Great Trio at The City Winery

"St. Nick in Shades 2" Review-A Great Trio at The City Winery The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players, by Jeremy Kahn, Jim Gailloreto and Chery Wilson, put on a wonderful brunch time concert of holiday favorites at The City Winery

A Nativity Tribute Review – The Journey To Jerusalem

A Nativity Tribute Review – The Journey To Jerusalem Congo Square Theatre and Studio One Dance Theatre return to the stage for the 2nd annual holiday concert at the DuSable Museum of African American History, located at 740 E 56th Place in Chicago to pay tribute to the past Nativity productions

Tidings of Tap Review - A Stunning Performance by Chicago Tap Theatre

Tidings of Tap Review - A Stunning Performance by Chicago Tap Theatre Chicago Tap Theatre was excited about premiering their annual “Tidings of Tap” at a new venue, the lovely 900-seat North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. The performance was first-rate

UP Comedy Club Presents It’s a Nick & Gabe’s Christmas Party Review - A Holiday Sketch Full of Song and Laughs

UP Comedy Club Presents It’s a Nick & Gabe’s Christmas Party Review - A Holiday Sketch Full of Song and Laughs Nick & Gabe's Christmas party brought the Christmas spirit to the UP Comedy club with classical tunes and funny sketches

Second City Presents Twist Your Dickens Review — Not Your Average Dickens Carol

Second City Presents Twist Your Dickens Review — Not Your Average Dickens Carol Second City's Twist Your Dickens offers a hilarious take on Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol

Merry, Merry Chicago! Review - the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Tradition Unlike Any Other

Merry, Merry Chicago! Review - the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Tradition Unlike Any Other Merry, Merry Chicago! should be put on the annual holiday to-do list along with decorating cookies, wrapping presents and drinking egg-nog

Tilson Thomas/Capucon/Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A captivating concert of French and Russian music

Tilson Thomas/Capucon/Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A captivating concert of French and Russian music Michael Tilson Thomas conducted the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and guest cellist Gautier Capuchin in a captivating program featuring the work of Stravinsky, Saint Saens and Prokofiev

The Second City’s 105th Revue: The Winner…Of Our Discontent Review

The Second City’s 105th Revue: The Winner…Of Our Discontent Review Second City presents their 105th Revue, The Winner…Of Our Discontent: If it’s broken, should we fix it? The cast will you crack you up. Second City delivers a post-election shot in the arm that’ll heal you with big laughs

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