Miles Schon, Marin Bay Area guitarist, vocalist, song writer and more.
A musical adaptation of the 1992 movie, “The Bodyguard” starring R&B singer, Deborah Cox. It’s as bad as it sounds
Entertainment buzz has already begun around this new paranormal series from Vesuvian Books
Gidon Kremer and Kremerata Baltica, from Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, celebrated their 20th anniversary and his 70th birthday with a multi-dimensional concert at Symphony Center
Faceless tells the story of two remarkably different women bound by a shared faith and a court case
Virtuoso pianists Steve Millón and Jeremy Kahn with modern/jazz dancer Ariane Dolan put on a great program of arrangements and choreography to the music of Thelonius Monk
On February 9, at Pick-Staiger Hall, Evanston, Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music will host "The Music of Steve Reich", a concert and discussion to honor Nemmers Prize winner and musical legend Steve Reich
Witty, hilarious, and poignant, Elemeno Pea speaks to struggles of class and human connection in deeply insightful ways
The Shaanxi Province Song and Dance Theatre National Orchestra joined members of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago in Special Concert to usher in the Chinese New Year
Celebrating the best achievements in film and television performances for the past year, the SAG Awards pays homage to our favorite actors and sheds light on 'the ones to watch
I’m optimistic because Los Angeles is a vibrant Theatre Community! Artists here are resilient and they will fight to make their art grow even stronger
The Feinberg Theater at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Studies is hosting a Sunday series of 5 films depicting the richness of Jewish lives
As comatose David Rosely lies in his hospital bed, the people important in his life pass through his world, each sharing thoughts, opinions, and feelings while David tries to make sense of the senseless and organize the disorganized
The Branford Marsalis quartet featuring Kurt Elling displayed the pure definition of jazz on Friday night at the Chicago Symphony center.
We are currently living in a world where technology has taken over and virtual reality, is now a reality. It's bridging the gap and constantly challenging our brains to immerse in another realm and heighten our experience
Time Out Chicago hosted the 2nd Annual Grilled Cheese Meltdown on Sunday, January 15th, at music venue Thalia Hall in the Pilsen neighborhood. Guests sampled 9 creative takes on the ultimate comfort food from some of Chicago’s local restaurants
When Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara wrote visas for 6,000 Lithuanian Jews and transported them to Kobe, Japan, during World War II, the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs must battle with the Gestapo to insure their safety and maintain peace
This white guy lives a privileged life in an affluent suburb, while his wife teaches in a ghetto school trying to inspire her inner city students to reach for the American dream - so why is he chatting up a pretty black nursing student on a bus?
Playwright Lucas Hnath sets unique stage in his latest work for opening discussion about faith.
Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio onstage now at Dorothy Chandler Pavillion is one of opera’s most popular comedies