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“The King and I” Through a Thailand Tourist Lens – Backwards Barbarians?

“The King and I” Through a Thailand Tourist Lens – Backwards Barbarians? Why is Thailand's military junta bothered by Rodgers & Hammerstein's "The King & I"?

Lyric’s “The King and I” Review – Broadway Classic with Opera House Flair

Lyric’s “The King and I” Review – Broadway Classic with Opera House Flair Lyric Opera's talented cast in Rodgers & Hammerstein's "The King & I" allows you to experience the beauty of the music anew

Miami City Ballet at Harris on April 30 Review- Balanchine and More

Miami City Ballet at Harris on April 30 Review- Balanchine and More Harris Theater presents Miami City Ballet, a Balanchine-based troupe

Bach Week Festival Review- An interview with Conductor Richard Webster

Bach Week Festival Review- An interview with Conductor Richard Webster Chicagoland's beloved Bach Week Festival is now and has been from it's inception under the guidance and baton of inspired conductor Richard Webster

Best of Enemies Review - A Gripping Tale of Crossing Boundaries

Best of Enemies Review - A Gripping Tale of Crossing Boundaries Funny, provocative, and heartwarming in turn, Best of Enemies successfully tells a fascinating true story with nuance and grace

CSO Haitink Conducts an Alpine Symphony Review-Doing What Comes Naturally

CSO Haitink Conducts an Alpine Symphony Review-Doing What Comes Naturally Haitink's return to Chicago results in great alchemy in epic Strauss symphony, less so in Mozart concerto

Second City and NBCUniversal's Break Out Comedy Festival Preview -Tim Meadows to Host

Second City and NBCUniversal's Break Out Comedy Festival Preview -Tim Meadows to Host The Second City and NBCUniversal announce the return of the NBCUniversal Second City Break Out Comedy Festival, taking place in Chicago June 3 and June 4, 2016. This year’s festival will be hosted by Second City and SNL alum Tim Meadows

Theatre Y’s “3 Sisters” Review – Chekhov Rewrite

Theatre Y’s “3 Sisters” Review – Chekhov Rewrite Theatre Y writes a version of Chekhov's "Three Sisters' in the years after the soldiers left

National Hellenic Museum Gala preview - an upcoming event with star Anna Vissi

National Hellenic Museum Gala preview - an upcoming event with star Anna Vissi May 14, 2016 is the date of The National Hellenic Museum's Annual Gala and fundraiser; this year it will feature Greek singing sensation Anna Vissi

Blue Man Group- Full of Color for the Spring Season

 Blue Man Group- Full of Color for the Spring Season Blue Man Group is an eye catching, jaw dropping show for the entire family. Their colorful performance is sure to keep you on your toes the entire performance. This is an event not to miss!

"The Women of Lockerbie" Review- A play exploring the nature of grief

"The Women of Lockerbie" Review- A play exploring the nature of grief "The Women of Lockerbie" is a haunting tribute to the 1988 tragedy of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland, and a drama on women's roles in helping heal grief

CIMMfest films Review- Capsule summaries from a festival of movies and music

 CIMMfest films Review- Capsule summaries from a festival of movies and music The Chicago International Movies and Music Festival (CIMMfest ) was a 5 day citywide showcase of creativity and fun, bringing together artists and audiences to celebrate the transformative powers of music and film

ARLA Productions’ “A Splintered Soul” Review –What Happens When You Carry Hell’s Baggage

ARLA Productions’ “A Splintered Soul” Review –What Happens When You Carry Hell’s Baggage "A Splintered Soul" tells the story of Holocaust survivors attempting to re-start their lives in San Francisco--- shining a light on how their hellish experiences also impacted their ethics

Kahil El'Zabar Preview- Interview with a Chicago music legend

Kahil El'Zabar Preview- Interview with a  Chicago music legend Kahil El'Zabar, internationally known musical Renaissance man will be performing Friday night, April 29 at Promontory Chicago, as part of the program "Proclamation! The Black Composer Speaks"

Polarity Ensemble Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Review - 60s Music Galore

Polarity Ensemble Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Review - 60s Music Galore This production is a fairly traditional interpretation of Shakespeare’s text, executed well but not artistically remarkable

Eclipse Theatre’s “Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train” Review – Rattling the Cage of Free Will Illusions

Eclipse Theatre’s “Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train” Review – Rattling the Cage of Free Will Illusions Eclipse Theater opens its season of Stephen Adly Guirgis plays with "Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train", a masterpiece script

Mariss Jansons and Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Review- Shostakovich 7 at Symphony Center

Mariss Jansons and Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Review- Shostakovich 7 at Symphony Center The renowned Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra led by world-acclaimed conductor Mariss Jansons brilliantly performed Shostakovich's 7th Symphony at Chicago Symphony Center

Oil Lamp’s FATHER OF THE BRIDE Review – A piece of cake!

Oil Lamp’s FATHER OF THE BRIDE Review – A piece of cake! “Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Banks request the honor of your presence...” is your invitation to the upcoming production of Father of the Bride

BET’s “Don’t Make Me Over” – Winning Musical Biopic Formula

BET’s “Don’t Make Me Over” – Winning Musical Biopic Formula Dionne Warwick makes a surprise appearance at the opening of Black Ensemble Theater's tribute to her work-- "Don't Make Me Over"

Spring Three Visceral Dance Review- an exhilarating dance program

Spring Three Visceral Dance Review- an exhilarating dance program On April 9, 2016, Visceral Dance Chicago presented "Spring Three", an inspiring an exuberant lyrical modern program

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