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Krivine, Kozhukhin and The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A rousing concert of changing moods and themes

Krivine, Kozhukhin and The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review- A rousing concert of changing moods and themes Stellar French conductor Emmanuel Krivine with Russian virtuoso pianist Denis Kozhukin perform a program of technical virtuosity with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Dance Theatre of Harlem Review - An Inspired and Passionate Evening of Dance

Dance Theatre of Harlem Review - An Inspired and Passionate Evening of Dance I jumped at the opportunity to review Dance Theatre of Harlem's Auditorium Theatre engagement and I was not disappointed in the least

King Charles III Review - A Fascinating Glimpse into Great Britain's alt future

King Charles III Review - A Fascinating Glimpse into Great Britain's alt future King Charles III offers a fascinating glimpse into the near future of Great Britain sans Queen Elizabeth where royalty and its place in that society is questioned

Bodies in Motion – A Review of George Simian’s Photography Workshop featuring dancers from the San Pedro City Ballet School

Bodies in Motion – A Review of George Simian’s Photography Workshop featuring dancers from the San Pedro City Ballet School George Simian's First Ever Bodies in Motion Ballet Workshop with dancers from the San Pedro Ballet School presented a rare opportunity for dancers and photographers alike

[Trans]formation Review - Beauty, Bravery, and the Naked Truth

[Trans]formation Review - Beauty, Bravery, and the Naked Truth [Trans]formation offers a unique perspective on gender and the people who, finding that they don’t fit into a binary box, seek to forge a new path for themselves instead

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s ‘Fall Series’ Review — Flawless Technique Enhances Old and New Works

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s ‘Fall Series’ Review — Flawless Technique Enhances Old and New Works The singular organism that is Hubbard Street puts its spin on contemporary dance in its 39th seasonal offering

Thanksgiving and Black Friday Review - Top Deals and Tips to Look Forward To

Thanksgiving and Black Friday Review - Top Deals and Tips to Look Forward To Thanksgiving is a time for all of us to gather around and give 'thanks.' After a night of reflection and showing gratitude, now what? We have gathered the top 'black friday' deals and get aways you do not want to miss

ICYMI - Star Studded Events in Los Angeles

ICYMI -  Star Studded Events in Los Angeles Last night there were many star-studded events in the city of Angels. From The 16th Annual Zimmer Children's Museum Discovery Awards Dinner to the multi-city program On Dobel Time, there wasn't a shortage of excitement

Revolution Craft Show Review - Not Your Grandma's Fair

Revolution Craft Show Review - Not Your Grandma's Fair Revolution Craft Show: where you can find new, up and coming local artists and sample craft beer selections from Revolution Brewing

Les Troyens Review – Epic Opera Done Right

Les Troyens Review – Epic Opera Done Right At more than four hours, Les Troyens defines epic opera with the famed story of the Trojan War and Berlioz' glorious music. It is an absolute must-see for any fan of music

"Launchpad” Play Reading Series Producer Keith Szarabajka Interview - Spotlighting Development at Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA

"Launchpad” Play Reading Series Producer Keith Szarabajka Interview - Spotlighting Development at Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA We don’t just read these plays in “Launchpad,” we launch them on their feet with lights, sound and exploration of our spac

Waiting For Grace Review - What Does A Woman Really Need?

Waiting For Grace Review - What Does A Woman Really Need? A thoughtful yet comedic play about women and their choices

A Double Quartet plus One Review- Quarteto Q'Arte, The Avalon Quartet and Jeremy Attanaseo perform at Fullerton Hall, the Art Institute of Chicago

A Double Quartet plus One Review- Quarteto Q'Arte, The Avalon Quartet and Jeremy Attanaseo perform at Fullerton Hall, the Art Institute of Chicago As part of the 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival, and a remarkable exchange program with Bogota", Quarteto Q'Arte, The Avalon Quartet and Jeremy Attanaseo performed at Fullerton Hall of The Art Institute

"Americana" Review - The Chicago Jazz Philharmonic Presents a Thrilling Concert on Veterans Day

"Americana" Review - The Chicago Jazz Philharmonic Presents a Thrilling Concert on Veterans Day The Chicago Jazz Philharmonic, under the baton of Orbert Davis, performed a thrilling concert entitled "Americana" at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, including great guest performers and 3 world premieres

Richard Pleasance: Interview - Australian composer hits the right notes with American audiences

Richard Pleasance: Interview  - Australian composer hits the right notes with American audiences  “Wentworth,” the hit Australian TV series streaming on Netflix continues to gain fans with its true-to-life plots and its gripping soundtrack.Composer Richard Pleasance talks to Splash about the making of the music of the dark and gritty show.

Theatre Review – In the Balance – A Ghostly Adventure

Theatre Review – In the Balance – A Ghostly Adventure The past returns to haunt a new couple

Exclusive Interview with New York City Artist Marko Stout

Exclusive Interview with New York City Artist Marko Stout Sitting down with Marko Stout for an interview is not just an honor but very informative

HEDY! The Life and Inventions of Hedy Lamarr Review - Simple and Effective

HEDY! The Life and Inventions of Hedy Lamarr Review - Simple and Effective “HEDY! The Life and Inventions of Hedy Lamarr”, Written and Performed by Heather Massie, Directed by Joan Kane, performed at the Theater Row Studio Theater 410 West 42 nd St.NYC. The last performance is November15th at 9:00 P.M

"Handel and Eggs" Preview - The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players Come to the City Winery

"Handel and Eggs" Preview - The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players Come to the City Winery On November 20th at noon The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players will serve up chamber classics at The City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph Street at noon

POP Opera's The Barber of Seville Review - 200 Years Old and Very Chic!

POP Opera's The Barber of Seville Review - 200 Years Old and Very Chic! Sex drugs and rock n' roll make this version of Barber of Seville hilarious and local

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