An American in Paris, the revival of the 1951 classic hits Broadway with all the richness and beauty of the original...and more
An uneducated man who can barely read, Yank seems relatively content shoveling coal on an ocean liner until he encounters the beautiful, sophisticated, and bored daughter of a multi-millionaire who sees Yank as nothing more than "a hairy ape"
As part of its commitment to preserving urban wildlife, Lincoln Park Zoo has launched “Nature in Focus: Photography at Lincoln Park Zoo,” a photo contest that will culminate in a two-month, on-grounds exhibition of the top winners’ submissions
American Psycho The Musical brings the book and movie into an entertaining, mesmerizing, beautifully designed and choreographed Broadway show
New artist Alexandra releases single and music video for Criminal!
Connected is a clever and vivid story of who we are and where we have been
Broadway In Chicago's production of "Chicago", the musical, is a classy and catchy version of this well-known award-winner
Civic Opera House is transformed into an elegant King & I themed fantasyland for a gala that raised half a million dollars
Kahil El'Zabar, internationally known musical Renaissance man will be performing Friday night, April 29 at Promontory Chicago, as part of the program "Proclamation! The Black Composer Speaks"
A panel discussion at the DuSable museum and a concert at the Promontory, hosted by Fulcrum Point New Music Project, proclaimed the importance of the black composer in symphonic composition and new art music
Chicagoland's beloved Bach Week Festival is now and has been from it's inception under the guidance and baton of inspired conductor Richard Webster
The Symphony Center Presents PowerShares QQQ Piano Series featured pianist Yefim Bronfman performing all 3 of Sergei Prokofiev's "War Sonatas"- a stirring concert
CSO ends its Beyond the Score series with a program dedicated to Manuel de Falla
Can you get blood from a stone? Sure. As Travis visits his family before moving West to "start over," we find that his "family is a life sentence... shot through with darkly funny observations and exposed nerves" (per the Hollywood Reporter)
Hollywood celebrates with its British counterparts
When Luke, a young gay man, is involved in a near-fatal auto accident, his long-term, live-in lover must struggle with "what happens next? when Luke's very conservative out-of-town parents - who have no idea that Luke is homosexual - rush to his side
Conductor Charles Dutoit leads members of the CSO and guest performers in the glorious music of Spain
New Artist Alert, home-grown female singer & songwriter, leads duo Bitter's Kiss
Each artists’ work couldn’t have been more different just like the artists themselves. It was an extremely fun experience interviewing all three of them. Each had an intriguing story or experience to share alongside their artistic form
Seldom is the New York Philharmonic heard in all its glory as in this past Friday evening’s concert in San Francisco’s Davies Hall