Articles by Amy Munice
Two hit men waiting for their next assignment followed by two actors decompressing- two delightful one act plays that are part of RhinoFest Fringe Festival
Shattered Globe presents the Olivier-award winning and Tony-nominated "Our Country's Good"
A Red Orchid Theater's "Solstice" - Immersing in a world of blood lust and frail order unraveling into violence
Lyric Opera's "Die Fledermaus" delights with song, dance and comedy
Kokandy Productions' "Sweet Smell of Success" is a noir musical
Chicago Contemporary Circus includes aerialists, jugglers, acrobats and clowns with a multi-media modern twist
Aria in the Fairmont Hotel is one of the more beautiful dining spots in Chicago's Loop
Contest announced for Chicago short films to be shown in summer's Movie in the Parks series
"Chicago Authors" is the top pick of Chicago History Museum fans for a crowdsourced decision on upcoming exhibits
One of the few dining experiences included in the book "One Thousand Things to Do Before You Die", Arun's Thai brings "destination dining" to an entirely new level
It's Friday the 13th and some find this a source of office amusement in "Our Cultural Center"
"Our Cultural Center" a webisode series about the difficulties of non-profit arts, takes a look at unpaid interns
Black Friday shopping travails-- the next webisode in "Our Cultural Center".
For boomer Motown nostalgia, Mary Wilson's Holiday Spectacular with the Four Tops comes to Chicago
"On a Different Level" is the next webisode of "Our Cultural Center"
The 10th Year of a Japanese drumming event at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taiko Legacy, was an auditory and visual spectacle
The Ruffians' "Burning Bluebeard" Creates Memory of a Historic Fire in a Most Artful Way
Too many emails? "Our Cultural Center" webcast comedy takes a look at one manager's solution
Talented cast breathes lots of life into this circa 1946 musical
Redmoon Theater's "Winter Pageant" is a magical parade that draws upon Chicago's multicultural artists
Bowlin-Li-Myer trio makes world debut at last Dame Myra Hess Concert of 2013
Chicago Symphony Orchestra performs flawlessly under the baton of Miguel Harth-Bedoya
This week you can see "The Merry Wives of Windsor" as a play or an encore performance of Metropolitan Opera's "Falstaff"
Chicago Shakespeare Theater re-imagines "The Merry Wives of Windsor" in post WWII England -- with great success
Strange Tree Group's "The Dead Prince" is playing at the Storefront Theater through December 22
Gaudete Brass Quintet play a mix of traditional and new music at the Dame Myra Hess concert
"Hellcab" is Chicago's holiday season answer to the classic film "It's a Wonderful Life"
Tap wine fresh from the keg has advantages reviewed here by City Winery's Head Winemaker, David Lecomte