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A Nativity Tribute Review – The Journey To Jerusalem

A Nativity Tribute Review – The Journey To Jerusalem Congo Square Theatre and Studio One Dance Theatre return to the stage for the 2nd annual holiday concert at the DuSable Museum of African American History, located at 740 E 56th Place in Chicago to pay tribute to the past Nativity productions

Tidings of Tap Review - A Stunning Performance by Chicago Tap Theatre

Tidings of Tap Review - A Stunning Performance by Chicago Tap Theatre Chicago Tap Theatre was excited about premiering their annual “Tidings of Tap” at a new venue, the lovely 900-seat North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. The performance was first-rate

UP Comedy Club Presents It’s a Nick & Gabe’s Christmas Party Review - A Holiday Sketch Full of Song and Laughs

UP Comedy Club Presents It’s a Nick & Gabe’s Christmas Party Review - A Holiday Sketch Full of Song and Laughs Nick & Gabe's Christmas party brought the Christmas spirit to the UP Comedy club with classical tunes and funny sketches

Second City Presents Twist Your Dickens Review — Not Your Average Dickens Carol

Second City Presents Twist Your Dickens Review — Not Your Average Dickens Carol Second City's Twist Your Dickens offers a hilarious take on Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol

DeLeon 100 Review - Grammy-Winning Artist Miguel Raises a Glass with Billboard to Celebrate The Release of The DeLeón 100

DeLeon 100 Review - Grammy-Winning Artist Miguel Raises a Glass with Billboard to Celebrate The Release of The DeLeón 100 Recently tastemakers and insiders gathered at The Sayers Club in Hollywood for the DeLeon Tequila and Billboard celebration of the release of DeLeon 100

Six Places to Celebrate New Year's Eve - Eat, Drink and Enjoy

Six Places to Celebrate New Year's Eve - Eat, Drink and Enjoy Here are descriptions of six great places where you can happily bring in the new year- 2017

Merry, Merry Chicago! Review - the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Tradition Unlike Any Other

Merry, Merry Chicago! Review - the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Tradition Unlike Any Other Merry, Merry Chicago! should be put on the annual holiday to-do list along with decorating cookies, wrapping presents and drinking egg-nog

Tilson Thomas/Capucon/Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A captivating concert of French and Russian music

Tilson Thomas/Capucon/Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A captivating concert of French and Russian music Michael Tilson Thomas conducted the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and guest cellist Gautier Capuchin in a captivating program featuring the work of Stravinsky, Saint Saens and Prokofiev

American Ballet Theatre Gala Review - Joy to the Animals, Too

American Ballet Theatre Gala Review - Joy to the Animals, Too Actors & Others for Animals celebrated their annual Joy to the Animals fundraiser with a award presented to Peter Marshall (Host of Hollywood Squares) along with a mini MASH-alumni-runion of actors Jamie Farr, Mike Farrell and Loretta Swit

Bandstand Diaries Review – A Presentation at Max and Benny’s

Bandstand Diaries Review – A Presentation at Max and Benny’s I had the delight of hearing Sharon Sultan Cutler tell the story of her newly launched self-published book, “Bandstand Diaries: The Philadelphia Years”

The Second City’s 105th Revue: The Winner…Of Our Discontent Review

The Second City’s 105th Revue: The Winner…Of Our Discontent Review Second City presents their 105th Revue, The Winner…Of Our Discontent: If it’s broken, should we fix it? The cast will you crack you up. Second City delivers a post-election shot in the arm that’ll heal you with big laughs

THE CHRISTIANS at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – Doctrinal Disputes over Salvation and Damnation

THE CHRISTIANS at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – Doctrinal Disputes over Salvation and Damnation Poignant and stimulating, dramatic and intellectual, Lucas Hnath’s THE CHRISTIANS, now playing at Steppenwolf Theatre is a fascinating, provocative play about a religious schism caused by the revelation that hell might not really exist

Amelie, A New Musical Review - Magic is All Around Us

Amelie, A New Musical Review - Magic is All Around Us The gentle tale of a charming French woman for whom magic is quite real and very appealing as she learns to discover her own identity and face the real world and the real people in it

The Hunter and the Bear Review - A Unique and Memorable Night of Theatre

The Hunter and the Bear Review - A Unique and Memorable Night of Theatre The Hunter and the Bear is a musical folk tale about ghosts, and so much more. Run out and see it at once

Rembrandt Chamber Musicians "Holiday Baroque" Concert Review - A Chicago Tradition

Rembrandt Chamber Musicians "Holiday Baroque" Concert  Review - A Chicago Tradition The Rembrandt Chamber Musicians "Holiday Baroque" concert that took place in the glorious setting of Northwestern University’s Alice Millar Chapel is a Chicago tradition that truly signals the beginning of the holiday season-December 11, 2016

Holiday Celebration - A Gift to the People of Los Angeles

Holiday Celebration - A Gift to the People of Los Angeles Producer Adam Davis discusses the annual Holiday Celebration, a free holiday-themed event sponsored at The Music Center by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for the people of Los Angeles - a tradition for the past 57 years

The Weir Review - Haunting Tales of Ghosts and Faeries

The Weir Review - Haunting Tales of Ghosts and Faeries Exploring the themes of community, loss, and the supernatural, The Weir is a well-woven text produced well, if not excellently

The Holiday Season - How to Celebrate the End of 2016 in the Most Festive Way

The Holiday Season - How to Celebrate the End of 2016 in the Most Festive Way The holiday season is upon us and that means Christmas and New Year's along with all of the days off in between. While trying to spend time with family, there are so many things to do in and out of your house and Splash Magazines has compiled a list of things to make sure you have a festive Holiday season this year

The Best Movies Based On Egyptian History

The Best Movies Based On Egyptian History Egyptian culture has always been a popular source material for big blockbusting movies over the years. Many Oscar-worthy efforts have always stunned audiences with their richly detailed historical re-enactments

The Wheeldon hi-tech Nutcracker Review - The Joffrey's New Ballet and Spectacle

The Wheeldon hi-tech Nutcracker Review - The Joffrey's New Ballet and Spectacle Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon and his team have created a new spectacular Nutcracker ballet for the Joffrey and Chicago

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