Articles by Amy Munice
Taste of Pensacola event went a long way to intriguing on Pensacola travel and defining it as a cosmopolitan dining destination
Lovers of the Las Vegas scene won't find a hotel option more central than Bally's
Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park" gets true-to-period treatment by Step Up Productions
Rhyming musical "Blood Brothers" tells a UK-variant of the Prince and Pauper tale
A long married Hollywood couple's life is shaken up by an unhinged neighbor in Steep Theatre's "The Cheats"
"Miss Buncle's Book"recreates a small village outside London full of characters, in all senses, one of whom is a secret novelist chronicler of the town
Raven Theatre's "Direct from Death Row The Scottsboro Boys" Recounts Painful History with Great Creativity
Tanya Tagaq performed her inimitable take on Inuit throat singing in accompaniment to a screening of "Nanook of the North" at the Museum of Contemporary Art as part of the World Music Festival
Chicago's happening arts scene is on display at festive Expo Chicago at Navy Pier
Porchlight Music Theatre's "SideShow" tells the story of the Hilton Sisters, conjoined at birth and catapulted into show biz
Shakespeare's "The Tempest" is re-imagined in the dustbowl age when Prospero could be a conjurer in this magic -filled production by Chicago Shakespeare
Joffrey Ballet's "Millennials" concert debuts two new works with a third one that showcases the troupe's amazing grace
Look for the sumptuous costumes that are a Dead Writers' trademark in this Jazz Age adaptation of a Moliere classic--4 shows only
House Theatre's "The Revel" is loosely based on the Greek tragedy by Euripides "The Bacchae"
Stars of the Lyric Opera at Millennium Park 2015 gave a tantalizing teaser of the upcoming season
ShawChicago's staged reading of "Geneva" tops many a fully staged production of Shaw's work
In its love letter to Vaudeville, Silent Theatre pays homage to all the performers in the olden days who would do one act --all day, every day-- until the thin line between life and art would start to blur
Chicago Dancing Festival provides a delightful sampler of dances to come on Chicago stages this year
One of the most popular plays on recent Chicago stages, "Bad Jews", is re-mounted at the Royal George Theater
A superb cast makes American Blues Theater's "The Rainmaker" a highly enjoyable performance
"The Lyons" family sets a new standard for dysfunctional in this script by Nicky Silver
Winston Churchill has just been voted out of office when the daughter of the manor comes downstairs to the kitchen to stir up trouble in Strawdog Theatre's "After Miss Julie"
Partnering with NAMI (National Alliance for Mentally Ill), Congo Square Theater brings a stirring portrait of highly talented musical legend Donny Hathaway
A masterful staging of Pinter's "Ashes to Ashes" should be a magnet draw to view The Intuit: Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art's remarkable collections
Legendary actor Mike Nussbaum is joined by stellar cast in Timeline's re-mount of Arthur Miller's "The Price"
Relive a seminal debate on race at Oracle Theatre's "This House Believes the American Dream is at the Expense of the American Negro"
No Stakes Theater Project produces its world debut show "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice"
Standout performances by A+ team of circus artists make Cirque du Soleil's "Kurios, Cabinet of Curiosities" show riveting and festive
Minita Gandhi engages and charms an Indo-American Heritage Musieum audience with her poignant one-woman show "Muthaland"