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‘Julius Caesar’ Review — Mayhem Wins out at Writers Theatre

‘Julius Caesar’ Review — Mayhem Wins out at Writers Theatre Ahead of his time in all things, Shakespeare foresaw politics as a blood sport where passions can obscure fine points.

Lexus Hosts Celebration for Season 6 Of Lexus Verses & Flow - Premiere Set for October 26th on TV One

Lexus Hosts Celebration for Season 6 Of Lexus Verses & Flow - Premiere Set for October 26th on TV One The Lexus Verses & Flow Special Premieres October 26th taped live at Avalon in Hollywood. The Season 6 celebration hosted by Lexus includes musical guests, and critically acclaimed poets with new host Dondre Whitfield of RHOH on TV One's Fall Lineup

September Soirees -- Upcoming Events

September Soirees -- Upcoming Events Hip Hop Superstar Nelly will perform at Face Forward Gala, Sept. 24th at the Vibiana in historic Downtown L.A. where funds will be raised to provide pro-bono reconstructive surgery for victims of domestic violence

“Mutual Philanthropy” Director Dan Bonnell Interview – Navigating the American Dream for Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA

“Mutual Philanthropy” Director Dan Bonnell Interview – Navigating the American Dream for Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA Temptation and seduction, by the American Dream, proves to be both humorous and hazardous between friends when wealth divides. It’s the elephant in the room that nobody talks about

Augusta Read Thomas speaks about The "Ear Taxi Festival" Preview- A Great Composer Helps Create a Great Music Festival

Augusta Read Thomas speaks about The "Ear Taxi Festival" Preview- A Great Composer Helps Create a Great Music Festival Augusta Read Thomas, a world-renowned composer, speaks about her vision for the upcoming Ear Taxi Festival

Four Day Weekend Preview -Boot Campaign's Boot Jam Starring "Four Day Weekend" in Fort Worth

Four Day Weekend Preview -Boot Campaign's Boot Jam Starring "Four Day Weekend"  in Fort Worth  Boot Campaign Jam starring "Four Day Weekend" hits the stage in Fort Worth on October 13 to benefit veteran health and wellness programs. Limited tickets are available to the general public for purchase

Spiaggia Ferragosto Event Review – An Italian Summer Holiday Celebration

Spiaggia Ferragosto Event Review – An Italian Summer Holiday Celebration On Monday, August 15th, 2016, Chicago’s favorite Italian restaurant, Spiaggia, celebrated the Italian holiday, Ferragosto. In Italy, Ferragosto marks the start of summer vacation, when the country gathers at the coast to eat and imbibe

"I Do Today" Review- A One-Person Play on the Meaning of Family

"I Do Today" Review- A One-Person Play on the Meaning of Family "I Do Today" is a funny, self-mocking yet genuinely soulful effort to come to grips with a family tree contorted by divorce and remarriage

Oz With Orchestra at Ravinia Review – A Magical Night

Oz With Orchestra at Ravinia Review – A Magical Night It was a perfect night at Ravinia, seeing "The Wizard of Oz" and hearing the Chicago Philharmonic

Calendar Girls Review - All Together in the All-Together

Calendar Girls Review - All Together in the All-Together When Annie's husband dies from cancer, her best friend Chris hopes to raise money for the Leukemia Research Fund in his name by convincing the conservative, middle-aged ladies of her Yorkshire village to pose nude for a calendar

Charm Review - A Work Forever in Progress

Charm Review - A Work Forever in Progress An African-American transgender woman, Mama Darleena shares her views about proper behavior under all circumstances with a homeless youth group in an LGBTQ shelter who are still struggling with sexual, racial, and gender issues

A Comedical Tragedy for Mister Punch Review - That’s the Way to Do It! (Mostly)

A Comedical Tragedy for Mister Punch Review - That’s the Way to Do It! (Mostly) With gorgeous design work and deliciously dark undertones, this Punch-and-Judy-inspired show features a number of spellbindingly strange elements but struggles to create a unified whole

"When Yellow Leaves" Review - James Reiss, Poet and Novelist, Old Hand Gets New Start

"When Yellow Leaves" Review - James Reiss, Poet and Novelist, Old Hand Gets New Start James Reiss—it rhymes with “peace”— will have his first novel, "When Yellow Leaves" published in September 2016

Marriott Lincolnshire's "How to Succeed" Review - Zippy, Quippy Treat

Marriott Lincolnshire's "How to Succeed" Review -  Zippy, Quippy Treat An energetic cast, tight direction, excellent use of the theater space and a still-relevant story make this show worth the trip to north suburban Lincolnshire

Smokey Joe's Cafe Review - A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Birth of Rock 'n' Roll

Smokey Joe's Cafe Review - A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Birth of Rock 'n' Roll Incredible voices, amazing design, fun choreography all give a Broadway tribute to two of Rock's founding fathers, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, full of songs you know and love like "Hound Dog", "On Broadway" and "Stand By Me"

Drama Queens from Hell Review - "Sunset Boulevard" with a Twist

Drama Queens from Hell Review - "Sunset Boulevard" with a Twist In a satirical farce, fledgling Hollywood mogul Gerard Manville decides to remake "Sunset Boulevard;" and three fierce competitors vie for the lead role, including a washed-up TV actress, a black movie bit player, and a pre-op transgender woman

Farewell My Friend Review - An Intimate Experience of Star-Crossed Lovers

Farewell My Friend Review - An Intimate Experience of Star-Crossed Lovers Farewell My Friend brings its audience into close contact with the stories of Romeo & Juliet and Tristan & Iseult, creating a fresh interpretation and new perspectives on familiar tales

St. Bernard Hospital Gala: A Work of Heart – Honoring Pastor Jolinda Wade

St. Bernard Hospital Gala: A Work of Heart – Honoring Pastor Jolinda Wade I saw Pastor Jolinda Wade and her group on WGN TVrecently, and I was charmed, captivated and moved. She is to be honored at St. Bernard Hospital Gala on September 17

Latino Music Festival Review- A wonderful program of music September 8- December 1, 2016

Latino Music Festival Review- A wonderful program of music September 8- December 1, 2016 The 11th Annual Latino Music Festival announces a world-class lineup of Latin American and Spanish Classical Music September 8- December 1, 2016

Chicago Premiere of Naperville Review - A Slice of Caffeinated Life

Chicago Premiere of Naperville Review - A Slice of Caffeinated Life Theater Wit's Chicago premiere of Naperville enthralls us with the hopes and dreams of regulars at a suburban coffee shop

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