Articles by Amy Munice

Preview of Silk Road Rising Panel Discussion- Eastern Christians: Commemorating Genocide, Confronting the Future

Preview of Silk Road Rising Panel Discussion- Eastern Christians: Commemorating Genocide, Confronting the Future As follow on to their important play about the Armenian Genocide -- and to mark the anniversary-- Silk Road Rising Ensemble hosts an important panel

Kokandy Productions’ “Loving Repeating” Review – Paean to Gertrude Stein

Kokandy Productions’ “Loving Repeating” Review – Paean to Gertrude Stein "Loving Repeating", a chamber musical, celebrates the life and work of Gertrude Stein

{Title of Show} Review – Musical About Making a Musical

{Title of Show} Review – Musical About Making a Musical [title of show] is a musical about making a musical

Hell in a Handbag’s BETTE, LIVE AT THE CONTINENTAL BATHS Review- Reveling in The Divine Miss M

Hell in a Handbag’s BETTE, LIVE AT THE CONTINENTAL BATHS Review- Reveling in The Divine Miss M Hell in a Handbag’s BETTE, LIVE AT THE CONTINENTAL BATHS is pure entertainment

Ewart Clarinet Choir Review – Multidimensional Homage to an AACM Founder

Ewart Clarinet Choir Review – Multidimensional Homage to an AACM Founder Douglas Ewart Clarinet Choir joins with other performers to create a multi-level tribute to an early AACM founder

Steep Theatre’s “Brilliant Adventures” Review – Disturbing, Poignant, Brilliant

Steep Theatre’s “Brilliant Adventures” Review – Disturbing, Poignant, Brilliant Steep Theatre Company's mount of "Brilliant Adventures" is disturbing, poignant and well worth your time

Violinist In Mo Yang at Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – Stunning!

Violinist In Mo Yang at Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – Stunning! Winner of the famed Paganini Violinist Competition, 20-year old In Mo Yang gives a dazzling performance at the Dame Myra Hess concert

Winner of the famed Paganini Violin Competition, In Mo Yang gives dazzling performance at Dame Myra Hess concert

“The Freedom Principle” MCA Exhibit Review – Art You Can Hear, Music You Can See

“The Freedom Principle” MCA Exhibit Review – Art You Can Hear, Music You Can See "The Freedom Principle" exhibit at the MCA salutes the Chicago-born avant grade jazz scene born a half century ago, also showcasing its confluence with Black power-informed visual arts

Black Ensemble Theater’s “Men of Soul” Review – Moving Tribute Ensemble

Black Ensemble Theater’s “Men of Soul” Review – Moving Tribute Ensemble Black Ensemble Theater's "Men of Soul" pays tribute to music legends you never tire of hearing

Jazz Festival Preview - 37th ANNUAL CHICAGO JAZZ FESTIVAL TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 3-6, 2015

Jazz Festival Preview - 37th ANNUAL CHICAGO JAZZ FESTIVAL TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 3-6, 2015 Chicago's Jazz Festival brings leading jazz performers to the city in early September

Preview - Dead Writers Theatre Collective Produces Oscar Wilde Bio Play - Salute of Recent Supreme Court Ruling on Gay Marriage

Preview - Dead Writers Theatre Collective Produces Oscar Wilde Bio Play - Salute of Recent Supreme Court Ruling on Gay Marriage In salute to recent Supreme Court ruling, Dead Writers Theater Collective presents play about Oscar Wilde

Preview - Igudesman and Joo Join Playful Talk with Yana Reznik - PianoForte Studios July 27, 7 PM

Preview - Igudesman and Joo Join Playful Talk with Yana Reznik - PianoForte Studios July 27, 7 PM Playful Talk hosts a classical music comedy show on July 27

Cellist Oliver Aldort Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – En Route to Boston Symphony Orchestra

Cellist Oliver Aldort Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – En Route to Boston Symphony Orchestra Now 21, musical prodigy cellist Oliver Aldort performs at Dame Myra Hess concert and is soon to join Boston Symphony Orchestra

Cirque du Soleil “Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities” Preview – The Circus is Coming August 6+!

Cirque du Soleil “Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities” Preview – The Circus is Coming August 6+! Cirque du Soleil's newest show, "Kurios - Cabinet of Curiosities" comes to Chicago on August 6

CHICAGO MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL Preview - Featuring 13 World Premiere Musicals by Chicago Artists

CHICAGO MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL Preview - Featuring 13 World Premiere Musicals by Chicago Artists CHICAGO MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL June 30 – July 19, 2015 at The Den Theatre

Hypocrites’ “All Our Tragic” Review – Magical Marathon Theater

Hypocrites’ “All Our Tragic” Review – Magical Marathon Theater Hypocrites' "All Our Tragic" immerses you in the universe of Greek tragedies for 12 hours leaving you hungry for a repeat

Piccolo Sogno Review – Tasty Eye for Detail

Piccolo Sogno Review – Tasty Eye for Detail An authentic taste of Italy at Piccolo Sogno

Grant Park Music Festival’s Apprentice Chorale with Project Inclusion String Quartet Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – Musical Poetry and More

Grant Park Music Festival’s Apprentice Chorale with Project Inclusion String Quartet Dame Myra Hess Concert Review – Musical Poetry and More Grant Park Apprentice Chorale and the Project Inclusion Quartet sing Ferlinghetti poems and more at the Dame Myra Hess concert

Field Museum Unveils “Cyrus Tang Hall of China” Review – First Major US Exhibit on Chinese Culture and History

Field Museum Unveils “Cyrus Tang Hall of China” Review – First Major US Exhibit on Chinese Culture and History Field Museum unveils a new permanent exhibit, "Cyrus Tang Hall of China"

Chicago Contemporary Circus Review – Creativity on Steroids

Chicago Contemporary Circus Review – Creativity on Steroids Chicago Contemporary Circus WOWS with creativity

Royal Ballet’s “Don Quixote” Review – Ballet Milestone

Royal Ballet’s “Don Quixote” Review – Ballet Milestone After a 37-year hiatus, the Royal Ballet returns to Chicago

Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture – Making a Dramatic History Real

Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture – Making a Dramatic History Real Chicago's Balzekas Museum of LIthuanian Culture makes the traumatic history of Lithuanian D.P.s during World War II and its immediate aftermath come alive

Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture – Making a Dramatic History Real

Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture – Making a Dramatic History Real Chicago, home to more Lithuanians outside Lithuania, also houses the US' largest Lithuanian museum-- the Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture

Gift Theatre’s “Body + Blood” Review – Faith Story Circa 2015

Gift Theatre’s “Body + Blood” Review – Faith Story Circa 2015 Gift Theatre's "Body + Blood" is a modern day play set in Chicago about faith

Griffin Theatre’s “The Birds” Review – Transport to Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare

Griffin Theatre’s “The Birds” Review – Transport to Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare Griffin Theatre's "The Birds" transports you to a post-apocalyptic scary world

Lifeline’s “Soon I Will Be Invincible” Review – Standout Stagecraft for Superhero Comic Enthusiasts

Lifeline’s “Soon I Will Be Invincible” Review – Standout Stagecraft for Superhero Comic Enthusiasts Superhero and supervillain comic book characters are brought to life in Lifeline's musical, "Soon I Will Be Invincible"

42nd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards Ceremony Review – Chicago Got Talent!

42nd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards Ceremony Review – Chicago Got Talent! The passion of Chicago's non-equity actors was palpable at the 42nd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards

“Ravel -A Portrait” Beyond the Score Review – Composer Who Heard in a Fourth Dimension

“Ravel -A Portrait” Beyond the Score Review – Composer Who Heard in a Fourth Dimension CSO's final "Beyond the Score" program of this year focuses on the genius of Maurice Ravel

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