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Blues For An Alabama Sky Review - Theater At It's Best!

Blues For An Alabama Sky Review - Theater At It's Best! Blues for an Alabama Sky, by playwright Pearl Cleage, has been extended through February 19, 2017, at the Court Theatre, located at 5535 S. Ellis Avenue in Chicago

The Peninsula Symphony and Saint Michael Trio Plays the Blues Review - A Evening of Delight

The Peninsula Symphony and Saint Michael Trio Plays the Blues Review - A Evening of Delight A spectacular evening of music greeted my husband and me at the Fox Theatre in Redwood City when the Peninsula Symphony was joined by the Saint Michael Trio

Hope for Paws - Four-Legged Houdini Escaped a Life of Abandonment to Find “Hope”

Hope for Paws - Four-Legged Houdini Escaped a Life of Abandonment to Find “Hope” Four-legged Houdini escaped a life of abandonment to find “Hope”

Women's March Miami Review - An Experience to Remember

Women's March Miami Review - An Experience to Remember More than 10,000 women,men and children came to downtown Miami to raise their voices in support of women's and civil rights

Steel Magnolias Review - A Timeless Classic

Steel Magnolias Review - A Timeless Classic The Arc Theatre presents the Robert Harling’s classic Steel Magnolias, directed by Mark Boergers, playing, January 19 – February 12, 2017, at Red Curtain Theater at the First Congregational Church House, 1417 Hinman Avenue in Evanston

Pear Theater’s “Uncanny Valley” Review – Artificial Intelligence Start-Up Frontier Explored

Pear Theater’s  “Uncanny Valley” Review – Artificial Intelligence Start-Up Frontier Explored    Thomas Gibbons’ play, "Uncanny Valley", is a meditation on being humanoid and becoming human, the intersection and crossover between the artificial and the natural

TV Review-The Outsiders Are Very Much In – Season Two Begins

TV Review-The Outsiders Are Very Much In – Season Two Begins New twists and turns will keep viewers addicted to this gritty WGN drama as season two begins

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone Theatre Review – An Excellent “Joe” Arrives in St. Pete

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone Theatre Review – An Excellent “Joe” Arrives in St. Pete Courtesy of the brilliant acting and L. Peter Callender’s expert direction, “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone” perfectly ends the theatre’s 10-year run of Wilson’s American Century Cycle

Beckett 5 Review - A Journey into the Absurd

Beckett 5 Review - A Journey into the Absurd Samuel Beckett's legacy lives on in five short plays which demonstrate his absurd, sometimes obscure, and constantly metaphysical approach to theater - an approach which led to his Nobel Prize in Literature in 1969 and his lasting impact on writers

Late Company Review - The Consequences of Bullying

Late Company Review - The Consequences of Bullying Still grieving over their son's suicide a year ago, a Canadian politician and his wife invite one of the bullies who made their son's life miserable and his parents to their home for dinner hoping for closure - with explosive results

Cheshire Cat Inn in Santa Barbara Review - A Purr-fect Place for Romance and Relaxation

Cheshire Cat Inn in Santa Barbara Review - A Purr-fect Place for Romance and Relaxation The Cheshire Cat Inn in Santa Barbara is a lovely, romantic, and welcoming bed and breakfast with an Alice in Wonderland theme

Winter Review – Death Before Disgrace

Winter Review – Death Before Disgrace The production of Winter, written by nationally acclaimed playwright Julie Jensen and co-directed by RTE members Megan Carney and Mark Ulrich, runs January 7 - February 11, 2017, at the Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, 5779 N. Ridge Avenue in Chicago.

"B'Free" and "Exhortation" Preview- Kahil El Zabar's New Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Goes on Tour

"B'Free" and "Exhortation" Preview- Kahil El Zabar's New Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Goes on Tour Jazz legend Kahil El'Zabar and his New Ethnic Heritage Ensemble will tour the U.S and Canada during Black History Month, including concerts with Fulcrum Point New Music Project

"Hand in Hand. Side by Side." Review- The Chicago Sinfonietta celebrate's Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr. Day 2017

"Hand in Hand. Side by Side." Review- The Chicago Sinfonietta celebrate's Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr. Day 2017 In a program remarkable for it's inspirational quality and it's inclusion of young musicians from all over Chicago, the Chicago Sinfonietta celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Jitney Review- An Historic Opening

Jitney Review- An Historic Opening the last of the ten plays that AUGUST WILSON wrote which comprise his The American Century Cycle, one for each decade of the 20th century, finally appeared on a Broadway stage years after receiving numerous accolades

The Tall Girls Review- The Girls of Poor Prairie

The Tall Girls Review- The Girls of Poor Prairie Shattered Globe Theatre Presents the Chicago Premiere of The Tall Girls, written by Meg Miroshnik, January 12-February 25, 2017 at Theater Wit, located at 1229 W. Belmont Avenue in Chicago.

Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 Review - 50 Years of Consumer Hardware Technology

Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 Review - 50 Years of Consumer Hardware Technology CES 2017 celebrated 50 years of consumer hardware technology. This year’s show in Las Vegas featured record crowds, with global attendance

The 12th Annual Martin Luther King Weekend Performances of "Too Hot to Handel" Review- The Auditorium Theatre Hosts an Unforgettable Show

The 12th Annual Martin Luther King Weekend Performances of "Too Hot to Handel" Review- The Auditorium Theatre Hosts an Unforgettable Show "Too Hot to Handel" is a sizzling sell-out extravaganza of music, gospel, joy and sheer exuberance

Niki Scalera Review - Celebrate Shirley Bassey with Talent and Charm at Smith Center

Niki Scalera Review - Celebrate Shirley Bassey with Talent and Charm at Smith Center Broadway veteran Niki Scalera Salutes Shirley Bassey with style and grace at the Las Vegas Cabaret Jazz Showroom again on Sunday, January 22 at 2:30 p.m. combining songs and stories backed by an eight piece orchestra led by Keith Thompson

The Phantom of the Opera Review - The Mask Returns to Motown

The Phantom of the Opera Review - The Mask Returns to Motown Cameron Mackintosh's striking new production of the revered Andrew Lloyd Webber classic boasts its newly reinvented staging and brilliant scenic design

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