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2016 Playwright's One-Act Festival Review - A Potpourri of Choices

2016 Playwright's One-Act Festival Review - A Potpourri of Choices Ensemble Studio Theatre of Los Angeles has served up a variety of one-act plays by 14 top playwrights and 39 actors, and each member of the audience should find something to delight - with special kudos to "Lizzy" and "To Serve Butter" in Program A

"Weird" Al Yankovic Review - 2016 Tour is Mandatory Fun

"Weird" Al Yankovic Review - 2016 Tour is Mandatory Fun "Weird" Al Yankovic brings his high-energy musical lampooning to audiences of all ages across North America in this second tour based on his Grammy Award winning album "Mandatory Fun"

Movie Review - Zero Days - Global Cyber Weapons Create Havoc

Movie Review - Zero Days - Global Cyber Weapons Create Havoc Secret deals, covert plans - all ruined by a cyber weapon out of control

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra presents "Raiders of The Lost Ark" Review- an epic film with an iconic score

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra presents "Raiders of The Lost Ark" Review- an epic film with an iconic score The Chicago Symphony Orchestra closed it's 125th season with three special performances, showing "Raiders of The Lost Ark" while performing the score- a fun and thrilling double production

FREE Shakespeare Invades Chicagoland City Parks with three amazing productions.

FREE Shakespeare Invades Chicagoland City Parks with three amazing productions. Three theatrical companies are performing FREE Shakespeare plays this summer at a park near you!

The Secret Garden Review - A New Theatre is Born

The Secret Garden Review - A New Theatre is Born THE SECRET GARDEN follows eleven-year-old orphan Mary Lennox on her return to Yorkshire, England from India. Very lonely, Mary explores the grounds of her new home to discover a magic garden that once belonged to her Uncle’s wife, Mary

"Lila Downs in Concert" Review- a very special night at the CSO

"Lila Downs in Concert" Review- a very special night at the CSO Mexican-America artist and humanitarian Lila Downs performed with her band and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Conductor Donato Cabrera, an evening of remarkable music

Mysteryland Review - Brings music, love, and peace back to Woodstock

Mysteryland Review - Brings music, love, and peace back to Woodstock Mysteryland music festival brings music, food, and friends you haven't meet yet to the hills of Woodstock. The camping community brings together new neighbors that you are guaranteed to see again

Church and State Review - Are the Boundaries Blurred?

Church and State Review - Are the Boundaries Blurred? Religion, politics, and social media juxtapose as the North Carolina Republican incumbent - running for Senate re-election in three days - makes some spontaneous remarks about God which land him in very hot water with his conservative constituents

Mandala Arts Company - Benefit Gala Preview

Mandala Arts Company - Benefit Gala Preview Mandala will celebrate its first year of operation at a benefit event: Colors of the East, on Sunday, July 10 from 6 – 9 pm at the Drake Hotel, 140 E Walton Place. Tickets are $150 and can be purchased on the Mandala website - read on

A Few Good Men Review - Justice Questioned

A Few Good Men Review - Justice Questioned A gripping military courtroom thriller set in Cuba during the Cold War questions the limits of military power and whether the military, in its role as society's protector, is exempt from the beliefs and values that govern the rest of society

"Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration" Review- A tribute at the Ravinia Festival

"Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration" Review- A tribute at the Ravinia Festival Warren Haynes and his band joined the Chicago Philharmonic at The Ravinia Festival for a stirring tribute to Jerry Garca and The Grateful Dead

"Hauptmann" review- City Lit Theater's winner about a memorable crime and questionable trial

"Hauptmann" review- City Lit Theater's winner about a memorable crime and questionable trial City Lit Theater Company is currently presenting "Hauptmann", the story of the alleged murderer of the Lindbergh baby

“Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life” Review - Stories that Engage the Reader

 “Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life” Review - Stories that Engage the Reader For me, reading Ronna Wineberg’s latest book of short stories, ”Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life”, was like going through an art gallery

"Liberty: A Monumental New Musical" Review - A Show That Represents our Country

"Liberty: A Monumental New Musical" Review - A Show That Represents our Country The Fourth of July is the perfect day for Liberty: A Monumental New Musical to make its’ premier. In so many ways, this show represents our country then and now

Dead Writers’ The Importance of Being Earnest Review – A Production that Would Thrill Oscar Wilde

Dead Writers’ The Importance of Being Earnest Review – A Production that Would Thrill Oscar Wilde Dead Writers Theatre Collective brings Oscar Wilde's wit to life in "The Importance of Being Earnest"

The 2nd Annual Chicago Ale Fest Review – The Ultimate Beer Lovers’ Experience

The 2nd Annual Chicago Ale Fest Review – The Ultimate Beer Lovers’ Experience Friday, June 17-18, 2016, marked the 2nd Annual Chicago Ale Fest. Beer enthusiasts flocked to Buckingham Fountain (301 South Columbus Dr.) to celebrate American craft beers. Guests sampled over 200 beers featuring 100 different US brewers

Fourth of July 2016

Fourth of July 2016 The Fourth of July is so much more than a typical holiday. You have to begin by honoring the United States and all that it is but the best part of that is all that goes with it

Man of La Mancha - Marriott Theatre's Latest Triumph

Man of La Mancha - Marriott Theatre's Latest Triumph Dale Wasserman’s book, based on Miguel de Cervantes’ famous novel, presents the poet Cervantes as he awaits trial by the Spanish Inquisition. As his defense, Cervantes presents the tales of Don Quixote and his squire Sancho, who embark on adventures across the country

Bad Jews Review - So Who's Judging?

Bad Jews Review - So Who's Judging? When the patriarch of a Jewish family dies, fur begins to fly among the grandkids over who is a better Jew and who deserves to keep grandpa's gold pendant - the Hebrew symbol for "life" which he kept around his neck throughout his life

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