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"Spamilton" review- Funny and Enjoyable Parody of "Hamilton"

"Spamilton" review- Funny and Enjoyable Parody of "Hamilton" "Spamilton", the parody of "Hamilton" now playing at The Royal George Theatre, is a clever and very funny production filled with insider Broadway allusions, great music and lots of high spirits

Chris Bonno Art Exhibit Review - A New Collection of Works at the Muse on 8th

Chris Bonno Art Exhibit Review - A New Collection of Works at the Muse on 8th Chris Bonno works displayed at the Muse on 8th

‘The Hard Problem’ Review — Mental Gymnastics Fail to Work Up a Sweat at Court Theatre

‘The Hard Problem’ Review — Mental Gymnastics Fail to Work Up a Sweat at Court Theatre Tom Stoppard’s latest work comes to Chicago ready for an intellectual rumble

Book Review: Romantic Comedies - Cheaper Than Therapy?

Book Review: Romantic Comedies - Cheaper Than Therapy? Here’s my book review of Romantic Comedies by Pamela Jaye Smith

'SXSW 2017' Winners Announced - Audience and Virtual Cinema Jury Award Winners

'SXSW 2017' Winners Announced - Audience and Virtual Cinema Jury Award Winners The popular audience cherished this year The Light of the Moon directed by Jessica M. Thompson (Narrative Feature), Dealt directed by Luke Korem (Documentary Feature), and Baby Driver directed by Edgar Wright (Headliners) among others

Music of the Masters Preview - Schubert’s Trout quintet, Brahms, and Mozart in Rembrandt Chamber Musicians’ April program

Music of the Masters Preview - Schubert’s Trout quintet, Brahms, and Mozart in Rembrandt Chamber Musicians’ April program   "Music of the Masters" will be performed Rembrandt Chamber Musicians with special guests on April 2 (Music Institute of Chicago, 1490 Chicago Ave., Evanston) and April 3 (St. James Cathedral, 65 E Huron St., Chicago)

Sycamore Review - Real, Relatable, Relevant

Sycamore Review - Real, Relatable, Relevant The world premiere of Sycamore opened March 13, 2017, and continues through April 29, 2017, at the Raven Theatre, located at 6157 N. Clark Street in Chicago

San Francisco Symphony Review - Symphony Pride In Honor Of Bay Area LGBTQ Community

San Francisco Symphony Review - Symphony Pride In Honor Of Bay Area LGBTQ Community Symphony Pride: Celebrating the LGBTQ Community and bringing humans together through the univresal connection of music

Dr. Richard Hansen LACMA Presentation Review - "El Mirador"

Dr. Richard Hansen LACMA Presentation Review -  "El Mirador" Stunning insight into the cultural of the Mayan's, El Mirador.

Hubbard Street Dance ‘Spring Series’ Review — Marching to a Different Drummer

Hubbard Street Dance ‘Spring Series’ Review — Marching to a Different Drummer Hubbard Street Dance Chicago wraps up its 39th spring season with snap in its step

Imprisoned Films Review- The Peace on Earth Film Festival 2017

Imprisoned Films Review- The Peace on Earth Film Festival 2017 The Peace on Earth Film Festival 2017 screened a number of movies that shed light on the realities of those imprisoned and their efforts to achieve meaningful lives once released

SXSW 2017 Winners Film Awards - Top: Narrative 'Most Beautiful Island' & Documentary 'The Work'

SXSW 2017 Winners Film Awards - Top: Narrative 'Most Beautiful Island' & Documentary 'The Work' Ana Asensio's Most Beautiful Island took the Grand Jury Narrative Feature prize and Jairus McLeary & Gethin Aldous The Work took the prize for the Documentary feature. All Audience Awards will be announced separately on Saturday, March 18th

At Home at the Zoo Review - The Evolution of Artist and Man

At Home at the Zoo Review - The Evolution of Artist and Man A set of two one-act plays combined together follows Peter, a staid book editor, into his respectable lifeless living room with a wife who yearns for more and into the park, where he encounters a volatile, desperate, and lost man who went to the zoo

Martha Review - The House of Pelvic Truth

Martha Review - The House of Pelvic Truth A major influence in the evolution of modern dance, Martha Graham was the first dancer invited to perform at the White House - but now she is in her 70's and told to rest on her laurels, impossible for the feisty, persistent, and talented woman

Going Green Matters 2017 Review - One People, One Planet. We're All in This Together

Going Green Matters 2017 Review - One People, One Planet. We're All in This Together Going Green Matters is a Community Environmental Fair presented by Go Green Wilmette and the Village of Wilmette which took place on March 12 at the Michigan Shores Club- its 11th year

A Presidential Reception for The American Humane Society’s Hero Dogs

   A Presidential Reception for The American Humane Society’s Hero Dogs For seven years, American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, and Palm Beach philanthropist Lois Pope have honored America’s bravest heroes on both ends of the leash through the annual American Humane Hero Dog Awards®

St. Patrick's Day 2017 - So Many Options to Celebrate This Festive Day

St. Patrick's Day 2017 - So Many Options to Celebrate This Festive Day St. Patrick’s Day hits this year on Friday, March 17th, so party away as you will have the entire weekend to either recover or to keep the fun going! The parties get started early and the cocktails seem to get more and more creative each year and on the west coast it is a tug and war between Los Angeles and Las Vegas as to who has to top events

Shadowland Review - Joy and Sorrow

Shadowland Review - Joy and Sorrow In Life we have to suffer so we can fully experience and appreciate the joy- Shadow lands By William Nicholson and directed by Kerry Mead is playing until April 8, 2017 at the Lamb”s Players theater in Coronado

Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players Preview - Return to City Winery Chicago

Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players Preview - Return to City Winery Chicago The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players will return to the City Winery, 1200 W Randolph on Sunday, March 19th for a concert entitled "Mozart and Mimosas"- join them for brunch!

Still Life Review - Life, Death, and Choices

Still Life Review - Life, Death, and Choices A compilation of the haphazard and even trial events which are strung together like beads in everyone's life, Still Life focuses on several people who find their lives overlapping - with questions about life's meaning rising from these encounters

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