The past returns to haunt a new couple
Sitting down with Marko Stout for an interview is not just an honor but very informative
“HEDY! The Life and Inventions of Hedy Lamarr”, Written and Performed by Heather Massie, Directed by Joan Kane, performed at the Theater Row Studio Theater 410 West 42 nd St.NYC. The last performance is November15th at 9:00 P.M
On November 20th at noon The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players will serve up chamber classics at The City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph Street at noon
Sex drugs and rock n' roll make this version of Barber of Seville hilarious and local
Not long ago, I stumbled upon what has to be one of this fall’s best — and most engaging — reads, Jason Diamond’s memoir Searching for John Hughes (out on November 29th from HarperCollins/William Morrow). Earlier this month, I had the...
This story of a remarkable woman reaches from the past to speak to the issues of today
Veteran Lance Porter has just returned from Afghanistan after facing the most traumatic experiences in his entire life - as he struggles to adjust to peacetime in his own home town amid fears that he will never be his old self again
The CONNECT Hyde Park Art Festival will run from November 18-20, 2016 at multiple sites and feature a plethora of visual, decorative, wearable and graphic arts plus film, music and much more
The play says a great deal about assimilation and class-consciousness in America and the perennial moral and social dilemmas posed by each wave of immigration
The 2016 American Film Market (AFM) wrapped it's 37th edition in Santa Monica this week with 367 companies exhibiting and more than 7,500 people attendees from over 80 countries world-wide.
Progress Continuing on Museum Honoring Dr. Seuss in Springfield, MA
First Museum to Honor Theodor Geisel is Slated to Open in 2017
Musical legend "Dr. John" and his band, "The Nite Trippers" with Sarah Morrow and Nicholas Payton join a great Chicago horn section for his concert "The Spirit of Satch:A Tribute to Louis Armstrong" on November 18th at Symphony Center
Rutherford's Travels is more than a seafaring yarn, more than a slave story, it's a human look at a bygone era with characters you love to spend time with
Filmmaker Dinesh Sabu and Kartemquin Films have created a documentary about one family's struggle with schizophrenia that is relevant and meaningful to all
Porchlight Musical Theatre’s Chicago Premiere of End of the Rainbow brings you the Sad Last Days of Judy Garland in all their awful, tawdry, tabloid-like glory
Project Trio’s Stephenson describes Scatter as “a unique triple concerto for the entire trio, melding cycles of chamber music and orchestra that are held together by electronic elements"
Had to let people know just how good this fabulous film is - The Handmaiden
Empower the Soul, a Yoga and Personal Retreat was held on November 3-6 at the Ritz Carlton Dana Point, led by internationally known author Dr. Robert Holden
Chicago Opera Theater joins forces with "Culture Clash" in a kinky revival of Henry Purcell's deathless reinterpretation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream"