Articles by Amy Munice
Cozy and Charming - Two Performances remain of "I Don't Remember You: Broadway's Cult Classics, Vol. II"
Cor Theatre's inaugural work, "Map of Virtue" is a psychological thriller that terrifies
The Sideline Project's "Push Button Murder" is a dark comedy about drone warfare
Vasily Petrenko conducts CSO in works by Elgar, Beethoven and Rachmaninov
Come to the Art Institute for free through February 10
11th Annual Chicago Travel & Adventure Show brings travel experts, 1000s of travel options and international culture and cuisine to Rosemont
Dmitri and Anna Shelest performed from the four hand piano repertoire at the last Dame Myra Hess concert of 2014
The spectacular and other-worldly terrain of Cappadocia dazzles when you trek across it
Chicago-Splash journalists join in mourning tragic loss of widely respected Silverman Group VP-- Eric Eatherly
Yana Reznik, a pianist with an eye to making classical music more accessible to a contemporary audience, entertained with a program of encore pieces at the Dame Myra Hess concert on December 24
The Apollo Chorus' "Handel's Messiah" is a tradition of the holiday season to bookmark
CSO Principal Percussionist Cynthia Yeh is solo star in varied program under baton of Prieto
"Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti" at the Field Museum debunks myths about the religion and explains its rituals from the perspective of followers of that faith
Los Lobos brought out more of the rock side of their repertoire at City Winery
The Florida Keys are far more multi-faceted for a less than 2-day trip to give them their due
Sunset Key Latitudes is the place to head for special occasion meals in Key West-- superlative!
Firefly in Key West delivers a unique and tasty Nouvelle Southern cuisine menu
Historic Key West Inns' Chelsea House gives you an affordable alternative to cookie cutter chain hotels
Recently expanded and renovated and also protected by Miami Beach as a historic building, Marriott's Courtyard Cadillac Hotel is festive -- for families, business travelers, and more
Art Basel Miami is the premier art show in the US-- and vast!
Dance Theatre of Harlem's graceful dancers performed classic ballet and one crowd pleaser that goes beyond
Frank Gehry and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Beyond the Score creators team up to give a moving portrait of living legend Pierre Boulez
"The Humans" is an aptly named play depicting a contemporary American family having Thanksgiving dinner
Landmarks Illinois Honors Three Chicago Preservation Projects with Driehaus Preservation Awards
Uber-flexible actors and fast-paced script of Strawdog's "Great Expectations" delight
Personable pre-concert speaker brings Brahms, Bruch and Dvořák newly alive-- followed by a transporting CSO performance
"Wayfinders" may have created a new genre of sci-fi inspired musical expressionism
Museum of Contemporary Art's exhibit "David Bowie Is" gets an accompanying dance performance showcasing the rock star's music by Michael Clark Company
A Red Orchid Theatre presents the Chicago World Premiere of a heavy-Irish accent play "Strandline"
"Lotto Fever in the Sucker State" tells the story of small farmers suffering today with disarming humor