Industry gathering is bonanza for author event directors and writers with great ideas to be developed
Terror is back in Los Angeles with the Weekend of Horror
One Peace At A Time tells the story of one man’s journey as he embarks on a global search into the world’s worst problems to answer the nagging question of "Just how bad is it out there?"
Currently promoting their "Deserve the Future Tour", the Los Angeles-based trio filled the Colosseum in Caesars Casino Windsor with an unquestionably diverse crowd
I approached West Bay Opera's performance of La Traviata with cautious optimism and was more than delighted with what I experienced
The musical theater stars that shot out of Northwestern University came back to twinkle at the retirement of Dominic Missimi after 30 years on the faculty
"I think when you approach a play the first thing that strikes you, and I think is very necessary, is that plays should be sexy"
War with the Newts tells of the discovery of a highly-intelligent breed of newts enslaved and exploited by wealthy Czech industrialist, G.H. Bondy. These giant salamanders acquire human knowledge and rebel, leading to a global war for supremacy
Maybe it's maybelline or maybe it's him and when I say him I am preferring to the very talented hair and makeup artist John Olavarria
Chicago's Court Theater concludes its 55th season with "Sizwe Banzi is Dead", a powerful, compelling production
Independent publishers really take center stage this year
If you ever should have opportunity to see CATS for yourself, at the Fisher Theatre or elsewhere, I suggest you dig in your claws and indulge yourself in this wondrously unique and original theatrical celebration of feline life
If you grew up watching Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic series of thrilling films, then you will be delighted by the suspense and utter hilarity of the Tony Award winner, The 39 Steps
Jansen shares milestones in Waters’ life weaved through the music that marked her career.
Venice Art Walk and Auctions is a fabulous weekend filled with art and architecture all benefiting the Venice Family Clinic
Gloria Naylor's classic collection of short stories is revisited in the musical creation by Tim Actio. The Women of Brewster Place the Musical - Now at the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood
Sadly, despite the riveting performances of Annika Marks and Keliher Walsh, Graf’s clichéd dialogue and one-note characterization fail to explore the multi-faceted world of an Orthodox Jewish culture
Tracey Scott Wilson’s drama “The Good Negro” directed in its Chicago premiere by Chuck Smith, plays at the Goodman Theatre’s Albert Theatre stage through June 6th
The 2010 Tribeca Film Festival has wrapped to mixed reviews winning very high marks for the variety of solid, entertaining and informative film offerings
Receiving its hundreth thousandth visitor on its birthday, April 19th, the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center is fully functioning