The Lyric Opera of Chicago is sixty years old and special events of all kinds are taking place in and around the city, including a performance by the Lyric Opera Chorus at Evanston's Alice Millar Chapel
Magic emanated from the small Piccolo Theatre stage as this Italian fairy tale, by Carlo Gozzi took shape as an outrageously funny, charming, sometimes bawdy, and very engaging panto, "The Love of Three Oranges"
I had the opportunity of seeing the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s production of Giuseppe Verdi’s "Il Trovatore", thereby enjoying some of the most beautiful music in all of opera and the dramatic story it tells
My husband and I had the good fortune of being a part of the audience at Symphony Center when the orchestra at the National Center for the Performing Arts of Beijing began its North American tour here, in Chicago
Chicagoland residents and visitors have had the opportunity to enjoy wonderful Gilbert & Sullivan productions offered by The Savoyaires for fifty years. They are currently presenting "The Grand Duke", Gilbert & Sullivan's last operetta
“RACE: Are We So Different?" can be seen at The Illinois Holocaust Museum in Skokie until January 25th, 2015. It is co-presented by the YWCA Evanston/North Shore and the Illinois Holocaust Museum& Education Center and promises to be very well attended
This October, Chicago’s skyline and buildings will be colored by pink lights, banners and flags in collaboration with the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation (LSCRF) to raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of breast self-exams
The Second City Training Center is proud to celebrate the fun of community during National Mental Health Awareness Week with several activities taking place at Second City’s headquarters in Piper's Alley (1616 N Wells St, Chicago), October 5-11, 2014
Filmmaker, Ernesto Quintero has traveled the world with his camera, producing films, and creating social change by telling stories of substance & beauty. He was recently in Chicago to share a film about his brother, "The Sacred Journey"
The journalists who contribute to Chicago Splash Magazine gathered recently to enjoy an unusual and very special opportunity when “Make it Magnifique”, the new campaign of the “The Cheeses of Europe” offered a night of cheese sampling. The cheese was accompanied by wine from another source
Boyhood is an extraordinary film made in an extraordinary way by an extraordinary director. Linklater shows us a family over a period of 12 years by shooting 3 to 4 days of footage annually over those 12 consecutive years with the same actors
On a perfect summer evening my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the opening night of Shakespeare in the Park at Schreiber Park with the Midsommer Flight production of William Shakespeare’s comedy, "Much Ado About Nothing"