In the summer of 2012, I had the privilege of interviewing Crystal Grover (now Crystal Hodges) and Linsey Burritt (now Linsey Rosen), the extraordinarily talented duo behind INDO, a company that was located in Chicago’s West Loop that created...
"Marnie&Phil:a Circus Love Letter" is currently being performed at the Noyes Cultural Center- a heart-warming and jaw-dropping musical display of circus wizardry which contains important life lessons from the Actors Gymnasium
Gustave Mahler's 8th, his "Symphony of A Thousand"-to say this work is massive is an understatement, a gift gift from the Manhattan School of Music and it's partner The Cathedral of St. John the Divine
"R+J:The Vineyard", an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, and performed in both American Sign Language and English, a is a romantic, clever and moving play about the nature of love and of miscommunication
IF/THEN, now playing at the Oriental Theatre until March 6, is an intriguing show which follows a single woman as she takes two separate journeys in life to track the age old question of “what might have been” had we made a different choice.
French pianist Lise De La Salle makes her Symphony Center debut on the Symphony Center Presents PowerShares QQQ Piano Series on Sunday, March 6 at 3:00 PM; the artist shares with us some insights into her life and goals
The Hit Gospel Play "The Love Shack" Premiered at Wilshire Ebel in Los Angeles, February 20-21, 2016. Written, directed and Produced by Paul D. Hannah with Kimberley Zulkowski, Co producer ,EP attended the star-studded red carpet
Director Gary Lee Reed offers his personal perspectives on his new play - as well as his family relationship to Civil War Confederacy general Robert E. Lee - and why plays about history are exciting when they study complex and conflicted characters