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Skylight Theatre’s Artistic Director Gary Grossman Interview - State of the Arts for 2017 Season Intimate Theatre

Skylight Theatre’s Artistic Director Gary Grossman Interview - State of the Arts for 2017 Season Intimate Theatre I’m optimistic because Los Angeles is a vibrant Theatre Community! Artists here are resilient and they will fight to make their art grow even stronger

"Jewish Lives"Preview- The Spertus Institute screens 5 on Sundays

 "Jewish Lives"Preview- The Spertus Institute screens 5 on Sundays The Feinberg Theater at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Studies is hosting a Sunday series of 5 films depicting the richness of Jewish lives

Plasticity Review - A Multimedia Study of Meaning

Plasticity Review - A Multimedia Study of Meaning As comatose David Rosely lies in his hospital bed, the people important in his life pass through his world, each sharing thoughts, opinions, and feelings while David tries to make sense of the senseless and organize the disorganized

The Branford Marsalis Quartet featuring Kurt Elling Review - The Definition of Jazz

The Branford Marsalis Quartet featuring Kurt Elling Review - The Definition of Jazz The Branford Marsalis quartet featuring Kurt Elling displayed the pure definition of jazz on Friday night at the Chicago Symphony center.

Lost in Music Review - Victoria Justice and Other Celebs Get 'Lost in Music' with Sony

Lost in Music Review - Victoria Justice and Other Celebs Get 'Lost in Music' with Sony We are currently living in a world where technology has taken over and virtual reality, is now a reality. It's bridging the gap and constantly challenging our brains to immerse in another realm and heighten our experience

2nd Annual Time Out Chicago Grilled Cheese Meltdown Review – A Rather Cheesy Success!

2nd Annual Time Out Chicago Grilled Cheese Meltdown Review – A Rather Cheesy Success! Time Out Chicago hosted the 2nd Annual Grilled Cheese Meltdown on Sunday, January 15th, at music venue Thalia Hall in the Pilsen neighborhood. Guests sampled 9 creative takes on the ultimate comfort food from some of Chicago’s local restaurants

Fugu Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Fugu Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction When Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara wrote visas for 6,000 Lithuanian Jews and transported them to Kobe, Japan, during World War II, the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs must battle with the Gestapo to insure their safety and maintain peace

A White Guy on the Bus Review - Why Not Take the Mercedes?

A White Guy on the Bus Review - Why Not Take the Mercedes? This white guy lives a privileged life in an affluent suburb, while his wife teaches in a ghetto school trying to inspire her inner city students to reach for the American dream - so why is he chatting up a pretty black nursing student on a bus?

"The Christians" Review - Latest Hnath Play a Bold Conversation-Starter

"The Christians" Review - Latest Hnath Play a Bold Conversation-Starter Playwright Lucas Hnath sets unique stage in his latest work for opening discussion about faith.

LA Opera’s The Abduction from the Seraglio – A Perfect Turkish Delight

LA Opera’s The Abduction from the Seraglio – A Perfect Turkish Delight Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio onstage now at Dorothy Chandler Pavillion is one of opera’s most popular comedies

Welser-Most conducts The Cleveland Orchestra at Symphony Center Review- A great concert of Beethoven, Sibelius and Smetana

Welser-Most conducts The Cleveland Orchestra at Symphony Center Review- A great concert of Beethoven, Sibelius and Smetana Franz Weiser-Most conducting The Cleveland Orchestra gave a lustrous concert of Beethoven, Sibelius and Smetana at Symphony Center

Two winter concerts from Northwestern's Bienen School of Music Review- The Kalichstein-Laredo Robinson Trio and The Faculty and Guest Artists shine

Two winter concerts from Northwestern's Bienen School of Music Review- The Kalichstein-Laredo Robinson Trio and The Faculty and Guest Artists shine The 2017 Winter Chamber Music Festival of Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music concludes this weekend; the Kalichstein-Laredo Robinson Trio and The Faculty and Guest Artists put on great concerts

EcoLuxe Lounge Review - Celebrating its 10th Year at Sundance Film Festival

EcoLuxe Lounge Review - Celebrating its 10th Year at Sundance Film Festival One of the top hitters for the festival, Debbie Durkin returned to Main Street for her 10th Annual EcoLuxe Lounge

The NHL All Star Party Review - Sky Diamonds and CNC Motors Host Star-Studded Party for Children's Hospital Los Angeles

The NHL All Star Party Review - Sky Diamonds and CNC Motors Host Star-Studded Party for Children's Hospital Los Angeles Diamonds really are a girls best friend. Recently guests flocked to the new Hollywood hotspot, Nightingale Plaza, for the NHL All Star party

Second Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival Review- A wealth of wonderful performances throughout Chicago

Second Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival Review- A wealth of wonderful performances throughout Chicago The 2017 Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival, January 19-29, has shown patrons "performances that astonish and delight"

"Gloria" Review- The Goodman Theatre's Startling Turn-about Fair Play

"Gloria" Review- The Goodman Theatre's Startling Turn-about Fair Play "Gloria" at The Goodman Theatre through February 19, is a thought-provoking piece about morals and values in the media-and it contains a shocking twist

"In the Game" Review- an inspirational documentary by Kartemquin Films, Chicago

"In the Game" Review- an inspirational documentary by Kartemquin Films, Chicago "In the Game" is a moving and important documentary about what is valuable in life and how to triumph in the face of inequality

Book Review: A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn - Of Old Manuscripts, Cash, and Blood

Book Review: A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn - Of Old Manuscripts, Cash, and Blood Here’s my book review of A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn, a Rabbi Ben mystery by Marvin J. Wolf

Spertus Institute "Sunday Cinema" Series Preview-Film series centers upon "Jewish Lives"

Spertus Institute "Sunday Cinema" Series Preview-Film series centers upon "Jewish Lives" The Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership will screen a series entitled "Jewish Lives" of five films on 4 Sunday afternoons from January 29-February 19 at 2PM at it's Feinberg Theater, 610 S. Michigan

LA Edwardian Ball Preview – Greg Autry will travel to LA to cover the 2017 Edwardian Ball

LA Edwardian Ball Preview – Greg Autry will travel to LA to cover the 2017 Edwardian Ball The Edwardian Ball experience is a unique blend of live music, theatre, fashion, circus, fine art, stage shows, literature, ballroom dancing, DJ’s, and character cosplay.

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