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The Other Cinderella Review- 40th Year Anniversary

The Other Cinderella Review- 40th Year Anniversary Jackie Taylor's, "The Other Cinderella" is now playing at the Black Ensemble Theater located at 4450 N. Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois 60640. The show runs through January 8, 2017

Once Upon a Symphony Three Little Pigs Review - Education is best when it is fun

Once Upon a Symphony Three Little Pigs Review - Education is best when it is fun The kids got a kick out of the pigs building their houses and got to play along with the Big Bad Wolf: huffing and puffing and blowing the houses down! All while learning about the world of classical music

The Rosenkranz Mysteries Review – An Uplifting and Healing Magic Show

The Rosenkranz Mysteries Review – An Uplifting and Healing Magic Show The Rosenkranz Mysteries, now playing at the Royal George Theatre through December 24 is uplifting and beautiful

Winterset Review – A Play for These Times

Winterset Review – A Play for These Times Winterset, in revival by the Griffin Theatre, is a tragedy for today as well as the Great Depression. It's a play about injustice done by public perception rather than desire for the truth. It couldn't be more timely

Don Quichotte at the Lyric Opera Review - A Great Adventure

Don Quichotte at the Lyric Opera Review - A Great Adventure Returning to Lyric Opera of Chicago after more than 20 years, Don Quichotte is a great adventure and wonderful show. Sir Andrew Davis conducts the orchestra and the show is directed by Matthew Ozawa

Finding Neverland Review — A Performance Full of Magical Imagination

Finding Neverland Review — A Performance Full of Magical Imagination Finding Neverland proves that you never have to grow up and the imagination can take you everywhere and anywhere

THE FUNDAMENTALS at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – Selling Out to Cash In

THE FUNDAMENTALS at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – Selling Out to Cash In THE FUNDAMENTALS by Erika Sheffer, a world premiere now playing at Steppenwolf Theatre until December 31, poses the question: how much of our souls are we willing to sell in order to get ahead?

Rabbi Joe Black and the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band Review - A Rousing Performance at the Old Town School of Folk Music

Rabbi Joe Black and the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band Review - A Rousing Performance at the Old Town School of Folk Music My husband and I headed to the The Old Town School of Folk Music where Rabbi Joe Black was performing with the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band as they launched the Hanukkah season together. Unfortunately, for others, this was their only show

STOMP Review - Still Looking and Sounding Great

STOMP Review - Still Looking and Sounding Great STOMP may have been around for over twenty years, but its current US touring production feels young and fresh with new pieces and a company of youthful and expert performers

The Chamber Players Review- The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players at The City Winery

The Chamber Players Review- The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players at The City Winery The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players aka the members of The Metropolis Oboe Quartet, put on a varied and eclectic concert at The City Winery

Cinderella at the Theatre of Potatoes Review - A Colorful Take on a Classic Tale

Cinderella at the Theatre of Potatoes Review - A Colorful Take on a Classic Tale Colorful and irreverent, this musical retelling of the story of Cinderella might not be the most impressive version of the tale, but it is certainly entertaining

CSO celebrates Steve Reich Review - MusicNOW Concert for the Great Composer's 80th Birthday

CSO celebrates Steve Reich Review - MusicNOW Concert for the Great Composer's 80th Birthday The Chicago Symphony Orchestra 2016-2017 Series continued with an 80th birthday celebration concert for iconic American Composer Steve Reich

Dr. John pays tribute to Louis Armstrong Review - "The Spirit of Satch" concert

Dr. John pays tribute to Louis Armstrong Review - "The Spirit of Satch" concert Musical legend "Dr. John" with his band, the "Nite Riders", and guest artists Telmary, Nicholas Payton, Musical Director Sarah Morrow and a strong Chicago horn section, paid tribute to Louis Armstrong at Symphony Center

Krivine, Kozhukhin and The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A rousing concert of changing moods and themes

Krivine, Kozhukhin and The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A rousing concert of changing moods and themes Stellar French conductor Emmanuel Krivine with Russian virtuoso pianist Denis Kozhukin perform a program of technical virtuosity with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Dance Theatre of Harlem Review - An Inspired and Passionate Evening of Dance

Dance Theatre of Harlem Review - An Inspired and Passionate Evening of Dance I jumped at the opportunity to review Dance Theatre of Harlem's Auditorium Theatre engagement and I was not disappointed in the least

King Charles III Review - A Fascinating Glimpse into Great Britain's alt future

King Charles III Review - A Fascinating Glimpse into Great Britain's alt future King Charles III offers a fascinating glimpse into the near future of Great Britain sans Queen Elizabeth where royalty and its place in that society is questioned

[Trans]formation Review - Beauty, Bravery, and the Naked Truth

[Trans]formation Review - Beauty, Bravery, and the Naked Truth [Trans]formation offers a unique perspective on gender and the people who, finding that they don’t fit into a binary box, seek to forge a new path for themselves instead

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s ‘Fall Series’ Review — Flawless Technique Enhances Old and New Works

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s ‘Fall Series’ Review — Flawless Technique Enhances Old and New Works The singular organism that is Hubbard Street puts its spin on contemporary dance in its 39th seasonal offering

Les Troyens Review – Epic Opera Done Right

Les Troyens Review – Epic Opera Done Right At more than four hours, Les Troyens defines epic opera with the famed story of the Trojan War and Berlioz' glorious music. It is an absolute must-see for any fan of music

A Double Quartet plus One Review- Quarteto Q'Arte, The Avalon Quartet and Jeremy Attanaseo perform at Fullerton Hall, the Art Institute of Chicago

A Double Quartet plus One Review- Quarteto Q'Arte, The Avalon Quartet and Jeremy Attanaseo perform at Fullerton Hall, the Art Institute of Chicago As part of the 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival, and a remarkable exchange program with Bogota", Quarteto Q'Arte, The Avalon Quartet and Jeremy Attanaseo performed at Fullerton Hall of The Art Institute

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