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Dutch Masters Review - An Unexpected Thriller

Dutch Masters Review - An Unexpected Thriller Two young strangers meet on a New York subway - African American Eric and Caucasian Steve - and racial tensions quickly escalate as Steve tries desperately to ignore, avoid, and finally escape from Eric in this brilliant must-see production

My Girlfriend is an Alien Review - Metaphorically Speaking

My Girlfriend is an Alien Review - Metaphorically Speaking The question of risk in relationships is deftly and humorously portrayed as fictional playwright Keith DeFacto must decide whether to remain a perpetual outsider or dive headfirst into the choppy seas of love - with a girlfriend who might be an alien

The People vs. Fritz Bauer Review - Nominee for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.

The People vs. Fritz Bauer Review -  Nominee for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. The People vs. Fritz Bauer nails the atmosphere and setting of the 1950’s in West Germany, just beginning the process of normalization

Sister Cities Review- An Ambitious Play About Illness, Loss, and Sisterhood

Sister Cities Review- An Ambitious Play About Illness, Loss, and Sisterhood Chimera Ensemble is currently staging "Sister Cities" at the Den, in partnership with the ALS Foundation; it's an inventive production about the impact of this tragic disease on families

Jazz Institute of Chicago’s Jazz Club Tour 2016 Review - So many great places to see music

Jazz Institute of Chicago’s Jazz Club Tour 2016 Review - So many great places to see music Wednesday night surprise: I showed up to the Old Town School of Folk Music to hear some Latin Jazz and quickly learned that there was much, much more to the night.

Second Annual Chicago Theater Memorial Bike Ride - Commemorates Fallen Chicago Artists

Second Annual Chicago Theater Memorial Bike Ride -  Commemorates Fallen Chicago Artists The Second Annual Chicago Theater Memorial Bike Ride: Love Hard takes place on 9/10/16

Taste of Tennis 2016 Review - Bigger and Better than ever!

Taste of Tennis 2016 Review - Bigger and Better than ever! Taste of Tennis - 2016! The Big Kickoff for the USOPEN now in Forest HIlls

“Dutch Masters” Director Guillermo Cienfuegos Interview – Thrilling, Frightening Ride to The Bronx One Summer Afternoon

“Dutch Masters” Director Guillermo Cienfuegos Interview – Thrilling, Frightening Ride to The Bronx One Summer Afternoon The play is essentially one highly charged extended scene between two people, with dozens of difficult transitions and complicated subtexts and agendas

Kinky Boots National Tour Review - Heavy on Glitz, Light on Substance

Kinky Boots National Tour Review - Heavy on Glitz, Light on Substance This popular young musical dresses up a classic narrative of a son struggling to live up to his father's legacy in sequins and heels, with mixed success

NEXT TO NORMAL with BoHo Theatre, Review – Delicate Minds and Painful Emotions Explode in Song

NEXT TO NORMAL with BoHo Theatre, Review – Delicate Minds and Painful Emotions Explode in Song BoHo Theatre’s minimalistic production of the touching musical “Next to Normal” shines a light on the darkness surrounding mental illness and the harmful effects denial can have on a family

"Parallel Lives" at Falcon Theatre Review – Hilarious, Thought Provoking Sketches

"Parallel Lives" at Falcon Theatre Review – Hilarious, Thought Provoking Sketches The show is a series of vignettes, resembling Saturday Night Live—thought provoking, focused and intelligent, and some scenes are funnier than others, with many laugh-out-loud moments

CATS IS BACK ON BROADWAY Review – BIGGER, BETTER & BEAUTIFULLY DONE

CATS IS BACK ON BROADWAY Review – BIGGER, BETTER & BEAUTIFULLY DONE CATS Now and Forever back on Broadway - A MUST SEE PRODUCTION

Baby Doll Review - Sex, Sensuality, and Sin in the South

Baby Doll Review - Sex, Sensuality, and Sin in the South A 19-year-old virgin bride who must consummate her marriage in two days in exchange for a promised comfortable life, Baby Doll finds herself both player and pawn in the struggle between her middle-aged husband and his young, virile immigrant rival

Mutual Philanthropy Review - Is There Equality in Real Life?

Mutual Philanthropy Review - Is There Equality in Real Life? A study of what happens when two LA couples, a wealthy investment banker, his socialite wife, and a struggling Hispanic pair - who have nothing in common except for two children who go to the same school - meet for dinner, fun, and mind games

Next to Normal Review - A Musical with a Message

Next to Normal Review - A Musical with a Message How does an average family adapt to chronic mental illness when mom's unpredictable bipolar moods shoot up and crash down - while her reliable but frustrated husband and her teenaged daughter try to maintain some sort of equilibrium in the home?

Indo-American Heritage Museum Celebration Preview - Opening of Hall of Fame

 Indo-American Heritage Museum Celebration Preview - Opening of Hall of Fame A unique opportunity awaits Chicagoans when Chicago’s Indo-American Heritage Museum presents a special Gala concert to raise funds for the museum featuring two noted jazz musicians, pianist Vijay Iyer and guitarist Fareed Haque

New Sleep Apnea Approach Review - Giving to the Community

New Sleep Apnea Approach Review - Giving to the Community Dr. David Potts of Lake County Dental Care generously opens his doors for low-income patients while developing new ways to treat sleep apnea

Green Festival Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center September 16 to 18 - Learn to Live a Greener Life!

Green Festival Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center September 16 to 18 - Learn to Live a Greener Life! Attendees at the Green Festival can explore everything they need to live a healthier, more sustainable life. They can enjoy sustainable fashion shows, hands-on demos, educational activities, yoga demonstrations and learn from inspirational speakers

Dead Writers’ “Oh, Coward!” Review – Cabaret-Style Coward Fest

Dead Writers’ “Oh, Coward!” Review – Cabaret-Style Coward Fest Jeff-nominated "Oh, Coward!" is a cabaret-style immersion in the wit and charms of songster storyteller Noel Coward

The Greenhouse Theater"s "Rose" Review - A One-Actor Performance that Shines Light on America's Most Famous Family

 The Greenhouse Theater"s "Rose" Review - A One-Actor Performance that Shines Light on America's Most Famous Family Laurence Leamer's play "Rose", in it's Chicago premiere at The Greenhouse Theater Center is a thoroughly absorbing and excellent performance with Linda Reiter portraying Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy

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