"Eye of the Empress: The Gangsters" is Part Three of Skylar's quest to find the Empress Diamond which has magical powers
Book writer Kyle Jarrow discusses the pre-Broadway tryout of "The SpongeBob Musical", now playing for a limited engagement at the Ford Oriental Theatre through July 10th
Prince, an international extrordinary musical genius for almost 40 years completes his circle of life while fans all over the world pay their last tribute at his home, Paisley Park in Minnesota, including me and a 3rd grade classmate
Prince Lorenzo Borghese (you might remember as the “Bachelor” in 2006) joined forces with animal advocate Karen Talbot to co-found Animal Aid USA, a nonprofit providing education, awareness and resources to the public to help shelter animals
Afternoon Tea Pooch Party, the pre-event to the Dog Film Festival was attended by many dog owners and their pooches to raise money for dog rescue organizations
In turns sweet, sincere, and painfully honest, this short play about a rarely discussed condition brings to light fascinating questions about the relative merits of being sane
Looking for something cultural to do? Chicago's The Field Museum's popular "Free Days" are back.
This "fishy" little tale tells the story of Ariel, the curious little mermaid who wants to be human, and her adventures under and above the sea as she tries to land the man of her dreams (who just happens to be a prince)
My husband and I were thrilled to be able to attend the “not to be missed” Baroque Band’s final performance
Captivating and clever, playful and intelligent, Nick Payne’s exceptionally raw and gorgeous play, Constellations, explores the idea of parallel universes in a mosaic of scenes centered around the budding romance of two people
The sci-fi novella Unpronounceable by Susan diRende presents an alternative off-world reality that will transport you out of whatever everyday funk you happen to be in
Cirque de la Symphonie joined The Chicago Philharmonic and conductor Scott Speck for a performance of singular visual and musical wonder
Steve Hamilton, prize-winning mystery and crime fiction author, has just published "The Second Life of Nick Mason", a suspenseful saga about a man let out of prison-at a price
Premiered on the first day of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, YOU is billed as “an in-your-face play about love, life and gratitude"
A very personal exploration of love, illness, aging, death, and the meaning of life which tells the tale of a woman who loses her husband, the love of her life, and how she learns acceptance and finds happiness again.
Cirque du Soleil Theatrical (Scott Zeiger, President and Managing Director) present the new production of Cirque du Soleil - PARAMOUR, the organization’s first show created specifically for Broadway
Adrianne Calvo, Executive Chef and Owner of Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant & Wine Bar in Miami, FL, joins the team of star chefs at the 31st Annual Chefs’ Tribute to Citymeals on Wheels
Recently celebs gathered in Indianapolis, Indiana for the Maxim Party to celebrate the 100th running celebration of The Indy 500 to kick off the biggest weekend in race car driving history
Poking the line between truth and fiction, Sideshow Theatre Company's production of award-winning playwright Christopher Chen's "Caught" will make you laugh out loud
Northwestern University Professor and auteur David E. Tolchinsky is co-creator with playwright Brett Neveu of "Sick by Seven", A Red Orchid Theatre incubator series premiering June 17, 2016