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"Luzia" Review- Cirque du Soleil's new show is "A Waking Dream of Mexico"

"Luzia" Review- Cirque du Soleil's new show is "A Waking Dream of Mexico" Cirque du Soleil's new show "Luzia", currently at the United Center through September 3, 2017, takes audiences to an imaginary Mexico, "a sumptuous and vibrant world suspended between dream and reality".

Thodos Dance Chicago "New Dances 2017" Review- A Vibrant Program Launches 9 World Premieres

Thodos Dance Chicago "New Dances 2017" Review- A Vibrant Program Launches 9 World Premieres The final Thodos Dance Chicago "New Dances" program launched 9 world premieres at The Athenaeum

The Annual Tchaikovsky Spectacular at Ravinia Review- Cannons Boom and Music Swirls

The Annual Tchaikovsky Spectacular at Ravinia Review- Cannons Boom and Music Swirls On Sunday, July 16th, 2017, Guest Conductor Dima Slobodeniouk led the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and pianist Simon Trpčeski in a stunning yearly tribute to Tchaikovsky, with live cannons delighting the packed Ravinia Festival

"Rhythm World 27" Preview- Chicago Human Rhythm Project Opens at Jazz Showcase

"Rhythm World 27" Preview- Chicago Human Rhythm Project Opens at Jazz Showcase Chicago Human Rhythm Project's "Rhythm World 27" opened last night and will continue all week- go, celebrate and see the students and Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance!

"A Midsummer Night's Daydream" Preview- A premiere at Northwestern's Wirtz Center

"A Midsummer Night's Daydream" Preview- A premiere at Northwestern's Wirtz Center Northwestern's Wirtz Center premieres a circus-twist on Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" will take off on July 21st

"The Nance" Review- Pride Films and Plays Launches a Meaningful Chicago Premiere

"The Nance" Review- Pride Films and Plays Launches a Meaningful Chicago Premiere "The Nance" is currently being performed in it's Chicago premiere by Pride Films and Plays. It's a multi-layered performance with fine acting, live music, campy burlesque, social satire, and historical significance

"Hamlet" Review- Midsommer Flight is a must-see in Chicago's Parks

"Hamlet" Review- Midsommer Flight is a must-see in Chicago's Parks Midsommer Flight is currently producing a splendid version of Hamlet in partnership with Chicago Park District; go see it!

Something Rotten! Review – Rotten It Isn’t!

Something Rotten! Review – Rotten It Isn’t! Hurry and get your tickets for Something Rotten! now playing at the Oriental Theatre but just until July 23rd. You will be sorry if you don't

"Colorado" Review-Vanguard Arts Collective Launches a Winner at The Edge Theater

"Colorado" Review-Vanguard Arts Collective Launches a Winner at The Edge Theater Vanguard Arts Collective is currently presenting Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's "Colorado", a deep, dark comedy at the Edge Theater

The Moody Blues at Ravinia Review- A fine 50 year anniversary concert

The Moody Blues at Ravinia Review- A fine 50 year anniversary concert The Moody Blues presented their 50 year anniversary concert at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, a rock symphonic event including their entire "Days of Future Passed" album

CSO at the Movies presents "Jaws" Review- Great Thriller, Great Score

CSO at the Movies presents "Jaws" Review- Great Thriller, Great Score As part of its "CSO at the Movies" series, the Chicago Symphony presented the masterpiece film "Jaws", with its splendid and terrifying score conducted by Richard Kaufman just in time for the 4th of July

"Ah Wilderness!" Review-The Goodman Theatre brings an atypical Eugene O'Neill play to life

"Ah Wilderness!" Review-The Goodman Theatre brings an atypical Eugene O'Neill play to life The Goodman Theatre is currently producing Eugene O'Neill's "Ah Wilderness!", a charming and beautifully enacted dream of turn of the 20th Century family life

Ragtime Musical Review - The Show of the Century

Ragtime Musical Review - The Show of the Century Chicago’s Griffin Theatre Company concludes its 2016-17 Season with a newly-orchestrated chamber version of the Tony Award-winning musical Ragtime. The show runs May 27 – July 16, 2017 at The Den Theatre's Heath Main Stage, 1333 N. Milwaukee Ave

The King and I Musical Review – A Show Fit For a King

The King and I Musical Review – A Show Fit For a King Broadway In Chicago announces the Lincoln Center Theater production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s THE KING AND I opened at the Oriental Theatre (24 W. Randolph). This Tony Award-winning revival is here for a three-week engagement through July 2, 2017

Mälkki/Marsalis/CSO Review - A sweeping program including a world premiere

Mälkki/Marsalis/CSO Review - A sweeping program including a world premiere Guest Conductor Susanna Mälkki of the Helsinki Philharmonic led the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with renowned jazz instrumentalist Branford Marsalis in a fine inventive program including a CSO commissioned world premiere by Melinda Wagner

Pianist Kirill Gerstein Review – A Spectacular Performance at Symphony Center

Pianist Kirill Gerstein Review – A Spectacular Performance at Symphony Center The final concert in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra piano series at Symphony Center concluded on June 11, 2017 with pianist Kirill Gerstein's spectacular performance

Giordano Dance Chicago 2016-2017 Season Finale Review - Cohesive Program Closes the "Made in Chicago" Dance Series

 Giordano Dance Chicago  2016-2017 Season Finale Review - Cohesive Program Closes the "Made in Chicago" Dance Series On June 10, 2017, Giordano Dance Chicago closed out the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University's "Made in Chicago" Dance Series with a well-organized and excitingly cohesive program

Manfred Honeck conducts the CSO Review - A Wonderful All Mozart Program

Manfred Honeck conducts the CSO Review - A Wonderful All Mozart Program I had the pleasure of attending a Chicago Symphony Orchestra Friday afternoon concert on June 9, 2017 featuring Conductor Manfred Honeck, Soprano Regula Mühlemann and pianist Paul Lewis with the CSO

Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra Review- An Ambitious, Fully Realized Concert

Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra Review- An Ambitious, Fully Realized Concert On June 4, 2017, the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra conducted by founder/violinist Vladimir Spivakov, with soprano Hibla Gerzmava and Guest cellist Danielle Akta gave a thrilling concert at Symphony Center, Chicago

"King Liz" Review- Fast Paced and Tough-Talking

"King Liz" Review- Fast Paced and Tough-Talking "King Liz" at the Windy City Playhouse delivers a lot of action and strong performances

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