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It's Time Review - You'll Know When

It's Time Review - You'll Know When Master monologist Paul Linke shares important moments in his life with humor and poignancy as he recounts being widowed at 38 with three very small children, a turning point in his life, and how love and hope worked together to create a healing

The Bottle Tree Review - The Lost Perspective

The Bottle Tree Review - The Lost Perspective STAGE LEFT THEATRE presents The World Premiere of The Bottle Tree written by Beth Kander and directed by Amy Szerlong, at the Theater Wit, located at 1229 W. Belmont, Now until November 20, 2016

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts?

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts? Henry James classic novella, adapted into a two-actor play by Jeffrey Hatcher, keeps the audience guessing: What happened to the last governess? Why are the two young children so strange? Who are those two fleeting presences who look familiar?

Omara Portuondo at the Chicago Symphony Review - No Slowing Her Down

Omara Portuondo at the Chicago Symphony Review - No Slowing Her Down Omara Portuondo gave a masters-level class to Chicago on how to perform. And after 70 years of performing not many people know better than her.

David Afkham/Emanuel Ax Review- Beethoven, Shostakovich and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

David Afkham/Emanuel Ax Review- Beethoven, Shostakovich and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra On October 20-22, 2016 Guest Conductor David Arkham led the Chicago Symphony and pianist Emanuel Ax in a thrilling program of Beethoven and Shostakovich

Scorsese at the Wallis - Beverly Hills Women’s Club Celebrates Centennial

Scorsese at the Wallis - Beverly Hills Women’s Club Celebrates Centennial The Wallis Theatre in B.H. was transformed into an Italian Street Scene for the production of Scorsese – American Crime Requiem, a movie collage, blending iconic scenes and music from Scorsese’s films, performed by Broadway caliber artists

Zombie Broads Review - An Unexpected Take on the Undead

Zombie Broads Review - An Unexpected Take on the Undead Wacky, action-packed, and occasionally heartfelt, this monstrous new comedy offers lots of entertainment without much substance

"Making Mainbocher" Review- An Exhibit of the First American Couturier at The Chicago History Museum

"Making Mainbocher" Review- An Exhibit of the First American Couturier at The Chicago History Museum The Chicago History Museum, 1601 N. Clark, just opened a beautiful and comprehensive one-of-a-kind exhibit dedicated to the life, work and legacy of Chicago-born Main Rousseau Bocher, the First American Couturier

In Conversation with John Maloof of Miishkooki Art Space

 In Conversation with John Maloof of Miishkooki Art Space Last week, I had the opportunity to speak with Chicago native John Maloof regarding his new gallery and studio, Miishkooki Art Space, which opened in Skokie late this summer, just east of the community’s downtown core. Read on to see what...

Other People's Money Review - Dogs, Doughnuts, and Money

Other People's Money Review - Dogs, Doughnuts, and Money "Larry the Liquidator" Garfinkle is in the middle of the hostile takeover of a company which employs 1200 workers and supports a small town; and the CEO turns to the attorney daughter of his secretary to try and stop him

The Model Apartment Review - The Aftermath of Survival

The Model Apartment Review - The Aftermath of Survival Holocaust survivors Max and Lola retire and move to Florida as they run from haunting memories and their mentally unstable adult daughter - born after the war and named after Max's first daughter, who never survived the camps

Awards from the 52nd Chicago International Film Festival Review- Jury President and Festival Honoree Geraldine Chaplin hands out Jury Prize

Awards from the 52nd Chicago International Film Festival Review- Jury President and Festival Honoree Geraldine Chaplin hands out Jury Prize Actress Geraldine Chaplin, Jury President and Honoree of The 52nd Chicago International Film Festival was at the helm as the awards were presented

“Tattoo” Review – From Paris’s musée du quai Branly to Chicago’s Field Museum

“Tattoo” Review – From Paris’s musée du quai Branly to Chicago’s Field Museum This is the first time that the exhibition,"Tattoo" which was initially developed by Paris’s musée du quai Branly, will be on display in the United States. Experience this remarkable exhibition at the Field Museum until April 30, 2017

Hamilton Review – Exceeding Expectations

Hamilton Review – Exceeding Expectations Hamilton has graced Chicago at the Private Bank Theatre in previews for several weeks but October 19, 2016 was the grand opening and it was spectacular. No matter how long it takes, you won't want to miss this

Peek-A-Boo at Kiss Kiss Cabaret Review - A Spooky, Sexy Show

Peek-A-Boo at Kiss Kiss Cabaret Review - A Spooky, Sexy Show Featuring a rotating lineup of burlesque performers and variety acts every Friday and Saturday night, Peek-a-Boo is a delightfully sexy way to get into the Halloween spirit

Julia Verdin’s “Lost Girls” Making An Impact - Changing The World Through Film

Julia Verdin’s “Lost Girls” Making An Impact - Changing The World Through Film Director, Julia Verdin’s short film, “Lost Girls” screened at Neue House as part of a social awareness event to raise money for Saving Innocence. Child sex trafficking is quickly becoming the most pervasive social crisis in the US.

Saturn Returns Review - A Meditation on Belief

Saturn Returns Review - A Meditation on Belief Honest, vulnerable, and unflinching, this exploration of change, loss, loneliness, coincidence, and bugs offers ninety intense minutes of incredible and innovative theatre

Starting Over Review - A Love That Transcends

Starting Over Review - A Love That Transcends Starting Over, the captivating love story written by Award-Winning Playwright Shepsu Aakhu is now running at the Greenhouse Theater Center, located at 2257 N. Lincoln Ave. Show dates are Thursday - Sunday now until November 20, 2016

Shipwrecked Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Shipwrecked Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction A family-friendly, sort-of true story about the life and adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as told my himself), SHIPWRECKED follows this quirky hero through thick and thin - and dozens of characters played by his two exuberant sidekicks

Spindle City, the Lizzie Borden Musical Review - Murder and Mayhem in the Gay Nineties

Spindle City, the Lizzie Borden Musical Review - Murder and Mayhem in the Gay Nineties Lizzie Borden achieved notoriety in the 1890's for the celebrated axe murder of her father (40 whacks) and her mother (41) - really her stepmother; visit the Gay Nineties in Fall River, Massachusetts, and decide for yourself what really happened

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