Through April 26, Lifeline Theatre in Rogers Park presents “The One and Only Ivan,” a captivating world premiere staging of Katherine Applegate's bestselling book about the true story of a gorilla who became a national symbol for animal welfare
The newest theatrical production of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” by The Writers Theatre in Glencoe, is a not-to-be-missed transformative experience that lives up to the theatre’s artistic mission of creating deliberately intimate performances
The Joffrey Ballet’s 27th annual presentation of Robert Joffrey’s The Nutcracker is now open for a 24-performance run that serves as a glorious calling card for anybody wanting to usher in the holiday season in a most memorable way
At the Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort in the Wisconsin Dells, take in the on-site, land-based activities before happily throwing in the towel in favor of the slides, pools and waves that put the Wilderness on the map, both regionally and nationally
With heart-warming joy, the Goodman Theatre’s 37th annual production of A Christmas Carol is back just in time to warm your winter in an all-Chicago, 28-member cast led by the acclaimed Larry Yando in his seventh turn as Ebenezer Scrooge
The beloved musical “Mary Poppins” is a delight to families in Wisconsin Dells. This opening marks the debut of The Palace Theatre, bringing big-hit, Broadway-Quality Shows to the region’s 5 million yearly visitors
ANNIE THE MUSICAL prepares to open August 1-3 in LaGrange at BAM theatre, now in its 13th season. Produced by Melanie Lamoreux, ANNIE will present the timeless story and songs, featuring more than 90 local kids in the double-cast show
ANNIE THE MUSICAL prepares to open August 1-3 in LaGrange at BAMtheatre, now in its 13th season. Produced by Melanie Lamoreux, ANNIE will present the timeless story and songs, featuring more than 90 local kids in the double-cast show.
When the global home-sweet-home crowd sets its sites on sweet home Chicago – it can only mean one time of year: the arrival of the 117th International Home + Housewares Show. It kicked off at McCormick Place with 2,100 exhibitors and 60,000 attendees
Faced with an epic winter on an unhospitable planet, Chicagoans have survived by digging out, stocking up and staying put. Those eager to shed their winter pallor are best off dashing over to the Peninsula Spa for some relief and rejuvenation
Designer Julius LaCour debuted his spring/summer 2014 collection during Chicago’s Fashion Week – making it clear once again why the New Orleans native has earned a well-deserved spot among the bold faced names in the world of avant-garde design
With its latest production, the Tympanic Theatre Company dazzles by doing what it does best — plunging audiences into fantastical and frightening worlds, and suspending them there with a visceral spell of vibrant story telling.
By any measure, The A.C. Nielsen Company scored big with a 90th birthday party that was equal parts tribute and triumph for its role in understanding the modern consumer in a way never before possible.
The award-winning environmental documentary Unaccaptable Levels premiered in Chicago at the Museum of Contemporary Art to a sold-out crowd, with actress and health advocate Mariel Hemingway co-hosting with filmmaker Ed Brown
About Face Theater delivered big time on its promise of colossal entertainment, excessive elegance and inspired grandeur at the 17th annual WONKA BALL 2013: CIRCUS MAXIMUS, held on Friday, April 26, raising $85,000 for the theater