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Man of La Mancha - Review

Man of La Mancha - Review “Man of La Macha” is creatively constructed to enact a few incredible adventures from the original manuscript acted out by Cervantes in a prison.

The Dig Review - Dark Secrets of the Heart

The Dig Review - Dark Secrets of the Heart An American archaeologist who specializes in ancient DNA, Sally Jemkins is summoned to Israel just after he mother's death to work on a top secret project, the discovery of a 4,000 year old sarcophagus with an unidentified body inside

Vanille Patisserie Announces Mother’s Day Contest – Mom, Me and Vanille

Vanille Patisserie Announces Mother’s Day Contest – Mom, Me and Vanille Vanille Patisserie Announces a Mother's Day Contest. Win high tea for you, your mom and 8 guests at Vanille's Lincoln Park location by leveraging Facebook and Instagram

Leif Ove Andsnes Interview - a world-renowned pianist will play Brahms for Chicago

Leif Ove Andsnes Interview - a world-renowned pianist will play Brahms for Chicago Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes will perform the complete Brahms Quartets on April 10, 2016 at Chicago Symphony Center with violinist James Ehnes, Tabea Zimmermann on viola and cellist Clemens Hagen

The Rainbow Comes and Goes Book Review - Do It Now

The Rainbow Comes and Goes Book Review - Do It Now Here's my book review of The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son on Life, Love, and Loss by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt

Food Truck Festival Review - A Fun Twist on Lunch

Food Truck Festival Review - A Fun Twist on Lunch This festival provides the perfect opportunity to experience what Chicago food trucks have to offer

The Documentary Short ‘Phil’s Camino’ SXSW 2016 - Review

The Documentary Short ‘Phil’s Camino’ SXSW 2016 - Review The documentary short ‘Phil’s Camino’ had its world premiere during SXSW 2016 and was part of the shorts competition program. The short has a length of 27:45 and tells the story about the free spirited Phil, a man living with Stage 4 cancer

The Tallis Scholars Review- Sacred Choral Music at it's Best

The Tallis Scholars Review- Sacred Choral Music at it's Best The Tallis Scholars, famed British a cappella singers of Renaissance polyphony gave a majestic concert on April 5th in Chicago's Fourth Presbyterian Church, as part of the CSO Shakespeare in Music Celebration

My Fair Lady Review - Perfection Remains Forever Young

My Fair Lady Review - Perfection Remains Forever Young First performed in 1956, MY FAIR LADY is 50 years old and still going strong - telling the tale of the encounter between Henry Higgins, a misogynistic phoneticist, and Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl, whom he transforms through her speech

The Revisionist Review - Parallel Lines Never Intersect

The Revisionist Review - Parallel Lines Never Intersect Jesse Eisenberg's semi-autobiographical play describes a encounter between a self-centered, tormented American writer and his elderly Polish distant cousin when he takes a trip to Poland in an attempt to unlock his creative inner self

"I've Got The World On A String: Harold Arlen's Songs of Love and Loss" Review - City Lit's premiere musical revue

"I've Got The World On A String: Harold Arlen's Songs of Love and Loss" Review - City Lit's premiere musical revue City Lit Theater Company, dedicated "to the vitality and accessibility of the literary imagination", is currently staging "I've Got The World On a String: Harold Arlen's Songs of Love and Loss", a musical review of great old standards

Tiny Little Fists Review-- One Screenplay You Won't Want to Miss

Tiny Little Fists Review-- One Screenplay You Won't Want to Miss  The St. Valentine's Day Massacre. An iconic scene in Chicago's Irish history. But what happened next door to that infamous garage on February 14, 1929? Irish Theatre of Chicago presents Tiny Little Fists

Barrel of Monkeys Presents That's Weird, Grandma Review- The Stories Written by Kids

Barrel of Monkeys Presents That's Weird, Grandma Review- The Stories Written by Kids "That's Weird, Grandma" was a unique performance written by Chicago public school students and acted out by the Barrel of Monkeys. It is a very amusing show that entertains both children and adults

'The Real Housewives of Toluca Lake; The Musical' a smash hit

'The Real Housewives of Toluca Lake; The Musical' a smash hit "The Real House Wives of Toluca Lake, The Musical ' is an absolutely uproarious musical comedy but with a a very sweet ending

‘Down On Your Knees and Up To The Moon’ an original musical

‘Down On Your Knees and Up To The Moon’ an original musical An exploration of the human dimension at two historic World's Fairs, the first in New York in 1939 and again in 1964; showing that times may change but people really don't

The American Documentary Film Festival Review - Taking over Palm Springs

The American Documentary Film Festival Review - Taking over Palm Springs From comedy and dramas to horror and documentaries - the history of cinema goes back decades. Over the years many film festivals showcase and celebrate filmmakers, actors, and crew in order to honor the power of storytelling through film

Wes Winters Celebrates Five Years - at The South Point Hotel Casino and Spa Grandview Lounge with Friday April 8 Meet & Greet, Cake & Champagne

Wes Winters Celebrates Five Years  - at The South Point Hotel Casino and Spa Grandview Lounge with Friday April 8 Meet & Greet, Cake & Champagne Wes Winters celebrates 5 years at South Point's Grandview Lounge with cake and champagne and a meet and greet on Friday, April 8, 2016 at 5 pm. Enjoy his piano playing and singing from 6-9 p.m.

'Search Party' Indie TV on TBS Network - Coming in 2016

'Search Party' Indie TV on TBS Network - Coming in 2016 Search Party’, the North Brooklyn-set series will be premiering this summer on TBS. LA Splash Magazine by Yenis Monterrey Exclusive Interview with the Cast and Creators.

“DIRT” Talk With Director Ann Bronston and Producer Maia Danziger Interview - Showing at Raven Playhouse

“DIRT” Talk With Director Ann Bronston and Producer Maia Danziger Interview - Showing at Raven Playhouse When presented with a snapshot of life colored by the awareness of mortality, we are reminded through laughter, sadness and a little discomfort to try and do it better

"Richard 111" Review - A Wonderful Play with Thanks to the Gift Theatre and the Rehab Institute of Chicago

"Richard 111" Review - A Wonderful Play  with Thanks to the Gift Theatre and the Rehab Institute of Chicago "Richard 111" at The Steppenwolf Garage Theatre, a terrific collaboration of The Gift Theatre and The Rehab Institute of Chicago, is a most vivid and valiant staging of this saga of the Plantagenet villain

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