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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"

Catalina Express Boards JustAoki Wedding Party - Traveling To The Catalina Island Museum on National Museum Day September 24, 2016

Catalina Express Boards JustAoki Wedding Party - Traveling To The Catalina Island Museum on National Museum Day September 24, 2016 National Museum Day September 24, 2016 brought thousands including the JustAoki Wedding Party to the newly opened Ada Blanche Wrigley & Schreiner Building of The Catalina Island Museum. The museum offered FREE admission

The Producers Review - San Diego Musical Theatre

The Producers Review - San Diego Musical Theatre The Producers - Everything a Broadway Musical should be, with singing, dancing, a romance, and in this play even a plot. Humorous, engaging, upbeat, and silly as only Mel Brooks does

KAABOO Del Mar Review - The Full 'Mix-Perience'

KAABOO Del Mar Review - The Full 'Mix-Perience' Thousands flocked to the race track this past weekend for the 'Mix-Perience' of a lifetime, KAABOO Del Mar

Dorothy Willetts Preview-Interior Designer, Designs a Chair for Event to Benefit Illumination Foundation

Dorothy Willetts Preview-Interior Designer, Designs a Chair for Event to Benefit Illumination Foundation Create a Seat to End Homelessness, all proceeds benefit the Illumination Foundation

‘Man in the Ring’ Review — Floating Like a Butterfly, Stinging Like a Bee

‘Man in the Ring’ Review — Floating Like a Butterfly, Stinging Like a Bee “Man in the Ring” delivers a knockout at Court Theatre

Book Review: Sargent's Daughters - The One Percent of Yesteryear

Book Review: Sargent's Daughters - The One Percent of Yesteryear Nonfiction books on art history by scholars tend to be dry - not so, this one

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Review - Blues: Life's Way of Talking

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Review - Blues: Life's Way of Talking Set in a Chicago recording studio in 1927, Wilson's play gives us a glimpse into how African-Americans of the era lived and thought by introducing us to Ma Rainey, Mother of the Blues, and the members of her blues band, each a unique black musician

The Tokyo Art Book Fair Review-Where Artists and Their Books Define Publishing and the Power of BOOKS

The Tokyo Art Book Fair Review-Where Artists and Their  Books Define Publishing and the Power of BOOKS TABF is an artbook fair defining the modern day bookfair. Growing in number these artbook fairs increase artist awareness and accessiblity. Artbook Fairs, grassroots events, are managed by international artist communities in global urban art cities.

Celebrity Sightings

Celebrity Sightings Gwyneth Paltrow held court at the SVEDKA Country Club on June 14th, celebrating SVEDKA Vodka’s freshest new flavor, Cucumber Lime, at a private estate in Los Angeles. The Academy Award-winner and lifestyle guru enjoyed country club activities, including miniature golf, bocce ball and ladder golf

Review of Verdi's Macbeth at LA Opera: Spellbinding!

Review of Verdi's Macbeth at LA Opera: Spellbinding! Witches and demons dominate the landscape in Verdi's Macbeth at LA Opera - it seems to say, "Don't go to fortune-tellers!"

Moral Imperative Review - The Philosophy of Murder

Moral Imperative Review - The Philosophy of Murder When University professor and Provost Seth and his former student, current colleague, and close friend Robert decide that they must get rid of new President Oscar "for the greater good," plans to speed up Oscar's exit from this world begin to unfold

Hand to God Review - A Devilish New Comedy

Hand to God Review - A Devilish New Comedy Hilarious, provocative, and darkly philosophical, this fast-paced satire brings an entirely new meaning to the phrase “the devil made me do it"

"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

Something Rotten Review - A Hilarious Musical Romp of the Renaissance

Something Rotten Review - A Hilarious Musical Romp of the Renaissance Something Rotten is a fun, outrageous romp for anyone who likes to laugh, and if you're familiar with Shakespeare's plays or the history of musical theatre, so much the better

A Mexican Trilogy: An American Story Review - Three Tales in One

A Mexican Trilogy: An American Story Review - Three Tales in One A story about the Morales family spanning three generations, A MEXICAN TRILOGY tells the tale of a Mexican couple who come to the US and must learn to adapt - and also about their children and their grandchildren, who have feet in two worlds

You'll Love I Like It Like That Review - A Great Musical

You'll Love I Like It Like That Review - A Great Musical It doesn’t take long to fall in love with I Like It Like That – A Musical, starring Tito Nieves, the legendary Puerto Rican salsa singer, who is making his theatrical debut

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

The Hunchback of Notre Dame Review - A Feast for the Eyes and Ears

The Hunchback of Notre Dame Review - A Feast for the Eyes and Ears Based on Hugo's novel with songs from the Disney film, this production of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME is a brilliantly-produced musical starring a deaf actor as the deaf hunchback, an awesome stage, beautiful costumes, and magnificent music and dance

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