The World's First Computer by Greek Physicist Dr. John Seiradakis, a lively and informative event held at the National Hellenic Museum, a look into Greek history and challenges our assumptions about technology and how it transforms over the years
My husband and I took advantage of the opportunity to see Lorraine Hansberry’s rarely performed, last play, The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window at the Goodman Theatre. It was an unforgettable experience
Mischa Marcus, director of Blur, sets a very dark tone revealing the realities of child sex trafficking in the U.S. The film sends a social message of the power of friendship, the empowerment of the female spirit, and the strength of family.
HONKY is an uproarious study of racial rhetoric as it flounders in the treacherous waters of political correctness - a story about the hot potatoes of racism and commercialism in America's current culture as seen by some guys trying to sell sneakers
Second City's e.t.c presents their 40th revue, A Red Line Runs Through It, at the second floor of Piper’s Alley, at 230 West North Avenue. Ride the rails of Chicago in order to answer life’s tough questions
"Shine Darkly, Illyria" continues the tale begun by Shakespeare in "Twelfth Night," exploring some possibilities that might have happened after "happily ever after" which incorporate lovely fairy-like costumes, some moon dust, and music and dance
A talented director, screenwriter, and television producer, John Hindman provided some interesting and intriguing observations on GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES, which he directs, and on his views about live theater more generally
Bernie supporters, angry-as-hell-Trump-supporters, and anyone who thinks about our growing class divide will find American Blues Theater's "Little Shop of Horrors" biting satire of capitalism run amok right on