Forced to conform to the manners of the time, the brilliance of Emily Dickenson was not recognized until after her death
Vieira Quartet, winners of Rembrandt Chamber Musicians’ 22nd Annual High School Competition joined the Rembrandt Chamber Musicians in Evanston. Watch the Cerulean Quartet, second place winner on Monday, April 3rd, St James Cathedral, Chicago
March is National Women's History Month and today history is still being made with a woman being the first operator of a battery electric bus on the Atlanta, Georgia roads
Visceral Dance Chicago returns to the Harris Theater April 8th with it's exciting and varied "SPRINGFOUR" program
On April 9, Maestro Gerhardt Zimmermann will conduct The Chicago Philharmonic in their season finale, "Paths of Passion", featuring violin virtuoso Robert Hanford and poet Richie Hofmann
On the west coast of New Zealand's North Island, there are rumors of a large, long, sea monster roaming the coves of Oke Bay.
Google has pictures of it.
It's a mystery
This is not all about just the material things, but more important than that is giving them moral support and letting they feel your presence. Encouraging them to work their best and commend them all the time they did an excellent job.
The movie 'Colossal', an indie movie that mixed comedy, drama, and fiction, was part of the Official Selection at SXSW 2017. Colossal will open in theaters on April 7, 2017, in NY/LA
"Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles" is a theatrical production/rock concert that is classy, moving and a lot of fun
The film ‘Like Me’ had its world premiere at SXSW 2017. The movie ‘Like Me’ marks the first time Robert Mockler has been credited as a director, writer, producer, and editor of a feature. The film won Excellence in the Poster Design
The Chicago Shakespeare Theater's Love's Labor Lost was a calm, elegant rendition of one of Shakespeare's lesser performed comedies. The play teaches lessons that remain interesting and valuable today, but labors a little bit to get there
Don't miss Odysseo, Cavalia's new production that combines the equestrian and theatrical arts with beauty, passion, and innovation
Splash Magazine had an exclusive interview with the cast and director of The Archers' during SXSW 2017. The drama thriller movie had its world premiere in Austin, Texas on March 11th at the Alamo Draft House
I Do, I Do is a charming and tender salute to a fifty year marriage
Director Cathy Linder was interviewed about FARRAGUT NORTH, a play which takes place during a hotly contested Presidential primary and explores what goes on "behind the scenes" when everyone involved on both sides wants to win
The Tales of Hoffman at LA Opera is jam packed with romance, humor, great music, and inspiration
Workshop Theater's “Through the Darkness” gives us perspective on what real problems are, how precious freedom is, and how easily it can be snatched away
I felt fortunate to have been in the audience when Chicago Tap Theatre presented “Liaison”-one night only- at the Athenaeum Theatre’s mainstage on March 25th
Presented by Lyric Unlimited, "Charlie Parker's Yardbird" performed at the Harris Theater was a beautiful, but poignant look at the Charlie Parker's complex, disordered and tragic life.
The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players, Mathias Tacke, Kuang-Hao Huang, Paula Kosower, and Rose Armbrust Griffin put on a very special concert of Mozart and Schumann piano quartets at The City Winery