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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

Mahler’s Blumine and Lieder eines fahrenden Geselle Review – A Unique, Memorable Performance

Mahler’s Blumine and Lieder eines fahrenden Geselle Review – A Unique, Memorable Performance I had an amazing opportunity to see The San Francisco Symphony with Conductor, Michael Tilson Thomas performing early works of Gustav Mahler in a unique production

The Berggruen Gallery Review - `The Human Form' is a Sweeping Exploration of The Human Figure

The Berggruen Gallery Review - `The Human Form' is a Sweeping Exploration of The Human Figure The Berggruen Gallery is an institution in San Francisco where art lovers find friendly staff in a spacious, yet intimate, new space, dedicated to modern, contemporary, and historical art, as seen in the inaugural exhibition `The Human Form'

"The Sundial" Review- City Lit Theatre's faithful Rendering of a Shirley Jackson Novella

"The Sundial" Review- City Lit Theatre's faithful Rendering of a Shirley Jackson Novella City Lit Theatre's current production of Shirley Jackson's "The Sundial" is a wry and satiric commentary on a not-so-innocent 1950's America

Dennis Watkins stars in The House Theatre's "The Magic Parlour" Review- A magical evening for the child in all of us

Dennis Watkins stars in  The House Theatre's "The Magic Parlour" Review- A magical evening for the child in all of us "The House Theatre of Chicago Presents The Magic Parlour" is a wonderful one-person show starring Dennis Watkins, an exuberant and extremely talented magician who has been delighting audiences for many years

Win Tickets to see Worthy at The Mid this weekend!

Win Tickets to see Worthy at The Mid this weekend! Win Tickets to see Worthy at The Mid this Friday night, January 20th!

My Father Die-Movie Review

My Father Die-Movie Review Sean Brosnan film, "My Father Die" is beautifully written and intensely directed as a must see dark drama that leaves you in awe!

Hollywood Light Orchestra Along With AB Special Events Hosting a Benefit with PLUR Foundation

Hollywood Light Orchestra Along With AB Special Events Hosting a Benefit with PLUR Foundation The concert will feature amazing artists coming together for a singular cause. This is not a protest event, but a declaration of our love for one another. Negativity has no place here.

Sundance 2017 Preview - Your Guide to Top Spots in Park City

Sundance 2017 Preview - Your Guide to Top Spots in Park City This weekend celebs will leave the warm and sunny 70 degree weather in LA and head to Park City, Utah for the Sundance Film Festival, (SFF). Created by the great Robert Redford, SFF pays homage to artists, musicians, and more

Liaison Restaurant and Lounge Review - The Latest Scene

Liaison Restaurant and Lounge Review - The Latest Scene A foodie's dream is coming to a city like Los Angeles where the food and drink options are never ending and your palate is challenged almost daily! Let's be honest a restaurant in LA isn't 'JUST' a restaurant - it quickly becomes the scene

The Founder Premiere Review - Sponsored by DeLeon Tequila Guests Learned the Importance of Franchising

The Founder Premiere Review - Sponsored by DeLeon Tequila Guests Learned the Importance of Franchising Presented by DeLeon Tequila the evening followed the true story of the infamous food chain, McDonald's, and closed the night with an after-party at Delilah

The Last Vig Review - Goodfellas, Circa 2014

The Last Vig Review - Goodfellas, Circa 2014 A nostalgic peak at a mob boss who tries to hold on to past glory while the world marches on, perhaps without him

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