Renowned for his earlier trilogy on flamenco, Carlos Saura’s heart and soul is poured into his follow-up, comprehensive film, Flamenco, Flamenco. Filmed in Spain in 2010 it connects the upcoming new performers with the classic and the historic.
Laura Poitras, a American documentary film maker now living in Berlin, was contacted in early 2013 by a mysterious source, who said that he had some astonishing revelations and documents about massive government surveillance that he felt important to reveal to the public. This is "Citizenfour"
Upper West supports local non profit, MIracles for Kids. Come to the Miracle on 34th Street event on December 7th and enjoy a four-course meal along with two glasses of wine for $120. 50% of proceeds will be donated to Miracles for Kids!
"As Night Comes" recently wrapped a successful limited theatrical release in Los Angeles and is now available on iTunes to Pre-Buy. The pre-buy option of the film will provide you with an exclusive behind-the-scenes peek into the making of "As Night Comes"
With heart-warming joy, the Goodman Theatre’s 37th annual production of A Christmas Carol is back just in time to warm your winter in an all-Chicago, 28-member cast led by the acclaimed Larry Yando in his seventh turn as Ebenezer Scrooge
The late Daniel Catan was the first Mexican composer to have an opera produced in the U.S. and his masterpiece, Florencia En El Amazonas, premiered in 1996 at our own L.A. Opera. The neo-romantic contemporary opera returns to L.A. until December 20th
The beloved musical “Mary Poppins” is a delight to families in Wisconsin Dells. This opening marks the debut of The Palace Theatre, bringing big-hit, Broadway-Quality Shows to the region’s 5 million yearly visitors
Last week, an e-mail from Allegra Montanari, Founder & Director of the Chicago-based Sharing Notes, landed in my inbox, telling me of another wonderful local organization, Harmony 4 Hope, and their upcoming “Play This Forward” initiative...