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Annie Get Your Gun Review - Irving Berlin's Wild West

Annie Get Your Gun Review - Irving Berlin's Wild West Annie Oakley's rise from simple backwoods girl to internationally famed sharpshooter - and her on-again, off-again relationship with the love of her life, sharpshooter Frank Butler - told in music and dance

Separate Tables Review - Alone in a Crowd

Separate Tables Review - Alone in a Crowd Perhaps the most difficult thing for lonely people to do is reach out to another: playwright Terence Rattigan has crafted a sensitive tale of clients at a residential hotel in England who are desperately trying to connect with someone else

"Red Giselle" Review- The Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg's Masterful Performance

"Red Giselle" Review- The Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg's Masterful Performance The Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg brought it's consummate artistry to the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in "Red Giselle", from May 19-21, 2017

Jersey Boys in LA Review - They're Back and Better than Ever

Jersey Boys in LA Review - They're Back and Better than Ever The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons hits the highs and lows of their career, but all the back stories play second fiddle to the real star of the play - the music that made them famous and continues to delight audiences 50 years later

"Bienen Concerts Honor Zappa and Varèse" Preview- two Memorial Day weekend concerts

"Bienen Concerts Honor Zappa and Varèse" Preview- two Memorial Day  weekend concerts On May 26th and May 28th, 2017, in Evanston and Millennium Park, Northwestern University's Henry and Leigh Bienen School of Music will host concerts showcasing the work of Frank Zappa and Edgard Varèse

Player The Band Gets Their Baby Back on Track

Player The Band Gets Their Baby Back on Track Player The Band known for their #1 hit 'Baby Come Back" is back and actively touring!

Celebrate Memorial Day at The Clifton's Canteen - A Tribute to the 1940s USO Shows

Celebrate Memorial Day at The Clifton's Canteen - A Tribute to the 1940s USO Shows The Clifton’s Canteen - A Tribute to the 1940s Hollywood USO Shows is an exclusive event taking place Memorial Day weekend on May 28th and May 29th at 7 pm at Clifton’s Cafeteria in downtown Los Angeles

"Hrůša conducts Smetana" Review- Má Vlast returns to Symphony Center

"Hrůša conducts Smetana" Review- Má Vlast returns to Symphony Center Czech conductor Jakub Hrůša debuted at Symphony Center conducting The Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a 6 song complete cycle and ode to his national heritage, "Má Vlast", by Bedřich Smetana

The Sweetheart Deal Review - A Fight to the Finish

The Sweetheart Deal Review - A Fight to the Finish The story of the civil rights struggles the United Farm Workers encountered in the 1960's and 1970's as seen through the eyes of a pair of journalists who volunteer in the battle for fair treatment of farm workers.

"Not about Nightingales" Review- The Raven Theatre Company presents Tennessee Williams

"Not about Nightingales" Review- The Raven Theatre Company presents Tennessee Williams An early Tennessee Williams play, lost for decades, "Not about Nightingales", now in production by The Raven Theatre Company, is an absorbing human drama that raises issues about retributive justice

Francine York Memorial - Pino, Pasta & Parties

Francine York Memorial - Pino, Pasta & Parties Actor Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas) & his wife, Dee Dee Sorvino, (Emmy Award winning TV host) celebrated the launch of their new Italian cookbook at a gala with guests including actors James Wilde, Lee Benton, Jayne Kennedy, and musician Eddie Money

Pedalheads - Learn to Bike, Canadian Style

Pedalheads - Learn to Bike, Canadian Style Pedalheads teaches bicycle riding skills through play-based activities in small classes with an emphasis on positive reinforcement

Matthew Bourne's Early Adventures Review - Get Those Dancing Shoes On

Matthew Bourne's Early Adventures Review - Get Those Dancing Shoes On Bourne's early show-stoppers are a joy to the senses, a celebration of dance coupled with some engaging music, some unexpected humor, and even some "shockers" to audiences of the 1990's - so join in tapping your toes and chuckling with the dancers

Lucky Stiff Review - A Holiday to Die For

Lucky Stiff Review - A Holiday to Die For Harry complains about his dull, boring life until he becomes the heir to six million bucks; but the will is iron-clad and requires him to take his benefactor - propped in a wheelchair - on a week's jaunt to Monte Carlo - What could possibly go wrong?

"Rightness in the Rhythm" Review- The Chicago Sinfonietta with The Marcus Roberts Trio

"Rightness in the Rhythm" Review- The Chicago Sinfonietta with The Marcus Roberts Trio The Chicago Sinfonietta closed its 2016-2017 season joined by The virtuoso Marcus Roberts Trio for "Rightness in the Rhythm: 100 Years of Symphony and Jazz"

Paul and Dee Dee Sorvino's guide to eating, drinking, and the passing on of Italian tradition and culture through their cookbook Pasta, Pinot, and Parties

20th ANNIVERSARY OF BEST-SELLER INSPIRES NEW GENERATION OF LIFE-CHANGING CHARITY

20th ANNIVERSARY OF BEST-SELLER INSPIRES NEW GENERATION OF LIFE-CHANGING CHARITY Richard Carlson’s "Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff" Connects with Children Incorporated to Match 2000 Sponsorships with Impoverished Children Worldwide.

Choose the Best Brand of Oats for Your Morning Diet

Choose the Best Brand of Oats for Your Morning Diet The best products are those that will fit into your budget. They will satisfy your needs and also allows you to enjoy the very best flavors. Overnight oats are such a brand and everyone who needs they gets them easily.

"Eli Rosenbaum Speaks" Review - Renowned Nazi Hunter at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Skokie

"Eli Rosenbaum Speaks" Review - Renowned Nazi Hunter at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Skokie The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, currently exhibiting "Operation Finale: The Capture and Trial of Adolph Eichmann", recently hosted a speech by famed Nazi hunter Eli Rosenbaum

`Angels and Demons' at the Immersive ART LAB Review - the first event in the Human Rights Foundation Art in Protest series premiers in San Francisco

`Angels and Demons' at the Immersive ART LAB Review - the first event in the Human Rights Foundation Art in Protest series premiers in San Francisco `Angels & Demons’, the new show by celebrated political artist Danilo Machado, who goes by the name “El Sexto, is now at the Immersive ART LAB in San Francisco

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