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Shattered Globe’s “In the Heat of the Night” Review – Whodunit Where Racism Rules

Shattered Globe’s “In the Heat of the Night” Review – Whodunit Where Racism Rules Shattered Globe produces a totally gripping stage version of "In the Heat of the Night"

"The Women of Lockerbie" Review- A play exploring the nature of grief

"The Women of Lockerbie" Review- A play exploring the nature of grief "The Women of Lockerbie" is a haunting tribute to the 1988 tragedy of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland, and a drama on women's roles in helping heal grief

CIMMfest films Review- Capsule summaries from a festival of movies and music

 CIMMfest films Review- Capsule summaries from a festival of movies and music The Chicago International Movies and Music Festival (CIMMfest ) was a 5 day citywide showcase of creativity and fun, bringing together artists and audiences to celebrate the transformative powers of music and film

The Story of Alice - Is It Only a Dream?

The Story of Alice - Is It Only a Dream? The classic tale "Alice in Wonderland" receives a modern, musical update in the world premiere of "The Story of Alice" (directed by Gary Reed, book and lyrics by Michael Cormier, music by Scott Hiltzik) at The Matrix Theatre here in Los Angeles

Graduation Entertainment Gifts 2016 - Entertainment Gift Guide for Graduates

Graduation Entertainment Gifts 2016 - Entertainment Gift Guide for Graduates Exciting gifts for grads in 2016

The Leather Apron Club Review - Not Every Conspiracy is a Theory

The Leather Apron Club Review - Not Every Conspiracy is a Theory A brilliant media analyst is being recruited by the Leather Apron Club, a group founded by Benjamin Franklin and in existence for over 200 years, which may be responsible for shaping America's destiny - a secret government with unlimited powers

ARLA Productions’ “A Splintered Soul” Review –What Happens When You Carry Hell’s Baggage

ARLA Productions’ “A Splintered Soul” Review –What Happens When You Carry Hell’s Baggage "A Splintered Soul" tells the story of Holocaust survivors attempting to re-start their lives in San Francisco--- shining a light on how their hellish experiences also impacted their ethics

MCA Unveils Exhibit “Kerry James Marshall: Mastry” - Making Blackness Visible

MCA Unveils Exhibit “Kerry James Marshall:  Mastry”  - Making Blackness Visible MCA opens "Kerry James Marshall: Mastry", a show exhibiting the body of this Chicago-based artist's work and his mission to address the absence of Black artists and subjects in the history of art

SoundBox Redux Review - The San Francisco Symphony Goes Incubator Model

SoundBox Redux Review - The San Francisco Symphony Goes Incubator Model Beyond tweaking traditional concert hall formats by offering shorter playing times. film-concert events, and the like, the San Francisco Symphony has recently launched a new venue, SoundBox, to appeal to new audiences

The Story of Alice Review - Wonderland Never Looked so Good

The Story of Alice Review - Wonderland Never Looked so Good In the latest reboot of the ever-popular "Alice in Wonderland," Alice is transformed into a pouty contemporary teenager chasing a strange white rabbit down his hole trying to return his umbrella amid song and dance, all the while clutching her iPhone

Kahil El'Zabar Preview- Interview with a Chicago music legend

Kahil El'Zabar Preview- Interview with a  Chicago music legend Kahil El'Zabar, internationally known musical Renaissance man will be performing Friday night, April 29 at Promontory Chicago, as part of the program "Proclamation! The Black Composer Speaks"

Polarity Ensemble Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Review - 60s Music Galore

Polarity Ensemble Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Review - 60s Music Galore This production is a fairly traditional interpretation of Shakespeare’s text, executed well but not artistically remarkable

Father Comes Home from the Wars Review - What is Loyalty? Freedom?

Father Comes Home from the Wars Review - What is Loyalty? Freedom? A plantation slave who dreams of being free, Hero agrees to join his master and fight for the Confederacy during the Civil War when he is offered freedom in exchange for service - but what do loyalty, faithfulness, and freedom really entail?

No Place to be Somebody Review - Survival in a Dark Time

No Place to be Somebody Review - Survival in a Dark Time It's 1969, and Johnny's Greenwich Village bar is a magnet attracting the disenfranchised, unhappy, and hopeless in this powerful tale of an angry and brutal black man in the Civil Rights era and his striving for power - not matter what that entails

Blue Man Group- Full of Color for the Spring Season

 Blue Man Group- Full of Color for the Spring Season Blue Man Group is an eye catching, jaw dropping show for the entire family. Their colorful performance is sure to keep you on your toes the entire performance. This is an event not to miss!

HGTV HOME™ by Sherwin Williams Colorful Trends Luncheon with Tarek and Christina

HGTV HOME™ by Sherwin Williams Colorful Trends Luncheon with Tarek and Christina HGTV HOME™ by Sherwin-Williams product team and the stars of HGTV’s Flip or Flop, Tarek and Christina El Moussa shared the latest in color trends at Norah restaurant luncheon which was held on April 20, 2016.

Eclipse Theatre’s “Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train” Review – Rattling the Cage of Free Will Illusions

Eclipse Theatre’s “Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train” Review – Rattling the Cage of Free Will Illusions Eclipse Theater opens its season of Stephen Adly Guirgis plays with "Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train", a masterpiece script

"Hillary and Clinton" Review- A world premiere at The Victory Gardens Theater

"Hillary and Clinton" Review- A world premiere at The Victory Gardens Theater "Hillary and Clinton", a world premiere play by Lucas Hnath, is supposed to take place in an alternate universe; it looks suspiciously like our own

Embracing Stormy Weather - The Magic Lightnin' Boys Release Stealin’ Thunder

Embracing Stormy Weather - The Magic Lightnin' Boys Release Stealin’ Thunder Weather-weary, fearless foursome, The Magic Lightnin' Boys, release Stealin' Thunder and continue tour, in time for festival season

Mariss Jansons and Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Review- Shostakovich 7 at Symphony Center

Mariss Jansons and Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Review- Shostakovich 7 at Symphony Center The renowned Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra led by world-acclaimed conductor Mariss Jansons brilliantly performed Shostakovich's 7th Symphony at Chicago Symphony Center

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