Although “All About Eve” is not in the same genre as Joe Orton’s scathing satire “What The Butler Saw,” there was one line spoken by Margo Channing
Founded by brothers Eli and Noah Weisman, QART.COM is celebrating its new gallery expansion with a festive Grand Opening called QART.COM Unveiled, on Sunday, December 14, 5pm-8pm to benefit The Stan Lee Foundation
Lyric’s production of Porgy and Bess is a triumph in its mastery of every aspect of its art form: it got gripping from the get-go when that strange, sheer, prophetic “curtain” was lifted
"Hair", a thought provoking new film documentary, by husband and wife duo filmmakers Guy and Sasha Boudreaux
The Teal Tree at Brookfield Zoo is a unique approach to decorating trees for Christmas and raising Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness
18 yr. old music artist Roger Neal is a new artist poised to take the music industry by storm
Can a slacker, a young drug dealer and a free thinking hippie girl find happiness by starting a new religion? That's the question the new edgy play, "Uploaded" attempts to answer at the Rogue Machine Theatre in Los Angeles.
F1 Abu Dhabi on Yas Island was the hottest place on the planet. It was the place to be for celebs to chill out and get some cool swag is the Celeb VIP Lounge by Lumin
Supersized silliness, wrapped in British accents brings you the latest production at the Mark Taper forum: What The Butler Saw
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A desperate tale indeed of actresses ready to sell their soul to make it in Tinseltown
A story of courage and determination
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra's presentation of all six of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos is a success thanks to its conductor's light touch
Jackalope Theatre produces an absurd, holiday fever dream, gushing pre-teen hormones and American pop-stars
LA’s most “hilariously deranged” (Los Angeles Times) seasonal tradition is back for its 19th year! Every year, insurance agent Bob Finhead’s whacked out friends and clients stop by his small-town Iowa office for their annual holiday bash.
Born and raised by artist parents, Dominique gained not only a love for music through her talented father, but a reverence for the business as something that takes work, no matter who you know
The holiday season is here, and there is no shortage of terrific holiday productions and for New Year's Eve, there are great suggestions
Clever, funny take on beloved, well-known comic strip characters as they navigate the high school gauntlet on the path to figuring out who they are. Plus death. Plus the internet. Plus bullying. Plus binge drinking. Plus sexuality.
The Lyric Opera of Chicago is sixty years old and special events of all kinds are taking place in and around the city, including a performance by the Lyric Opera Chorus at Evanston's Alice Millar Chapel
The Dimestore Prophets bringing their feel-good sound to a venue near you this Fall