Jerry Seinfeld dazzles at the Rosemont Theatre
Wicker Park theatre's 6th annual installment of this holiday classic takes a fun, modernized turn
Noel Coward’s own pain is palpably felt in Nicky’s dialogue. He originally played the role himself— it’s no secret these problems cut close to home in his own life. Today, the themes and issues in The Vortex are still relevant
"The Mac King Comedy Magic Show" has been extended 4 more years at Harrah's Las Vegas. King's contract extends through 2019. In January of 2015, he celebrates 15 years at Harrah's, making him the longest running magician act at a single hotel
Part II of AFM coverage for 2014- a great comeback for the film industry
Frank Gehry and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Beyond the Score creators team up to give a moving portrait of living legend Pierre Boulez
Splash Magazines has lost a contributor extraordinaire, our very own "Opera Nut". For the past five years, Philip Hodge has contributed wonderful reviews of opera and theater all around San Francisco
A true athletic-California-surfer girl, Kiersten Steinhauer was born & raised on a nature preserve, in the beach cities of Los Angeles
"The Humans" is an aptly named play depicting a contemporary American family having Thanksgiving dinner
The Living” (2014) This film has an original perspective on domestic abuse and regret as it challenges the viewer to take a fresh look on this important social issue, official selection of the Austin Film Festival 2014.
The third installation of the Los Cabos International Film Festival has proven to be unstoppable
Last week I had a chance to see The Mousetrap, a classic Agatha Christie play, directed by Jonathan Berry at Northlight Theatre (9501 Skokie Blvd.) in Skokie. The play, which is set in 1952 at Monkswell Manor in East Midlands, England...
Legendary Jazz Musician-Conductor John T. Peek, at age 86 of the African American Philharmonic Orchestra (AAPO) still performing after being the first black orchestra many years ago and still enjoying the Holiday Season in concerts and other festivities
Court Theatre gives modern audiences access to Euripides but sacrifices consistency of tone
Tanna Frederick and Mike Falkow star in Train to Zakopané: A true story of hate and love, a new play by Henry Jaglom.
The Summer Fairy - A New Family Tradition for the Last Day of School!
Besides the beautiful weather, scenery, and people Cabo San Lucas has exhilarating activities and fine dining for all ages
In “Always… Patsy Cline” a spunky fan finds an instant best friend in her vocal idol
ADI calls on protestors against Chicago circus.
It was electric and magnified insanity. It was LA showing all her faces. And it never missed a beat. When the emcee called LUCHA to the crowd, VAVOOM came straight back.