Articles by Amy Munice
CSO performs more Prokofiev, Britten and Shostakovich, with brilliant solos
"Rung" is a beyond the fringe opera, perhaps beyond communicating
“Cirque Shanghai: Warriors” is a wow, Wow, WOW!
Euclid String Quartet returns to Dame Myra Hess concert with an uplifting performance
The magnetic cast of Black Ensemble Theater's "One Hit Wonders" mesmerizes with their strong singing voices
Join Auditorium Theatre in its 125th birthday celebration, starting with a tour of the historic building
Chicago Opera Theater is combining film events and two one-act operas to explore how fascism can be satirized
Puppets, experimental music and narrative dance-- three performances at "The Unexpected", hosted by Creative Partners
M. Butterfly re-imagines a real-world story of a French diplomat who falls for a transvestite's persona of the perfect Asian woman
Ballet icon Mikhail Baryshnikov is joined by talented cast in narrative, dance, song re-telling of two Chekhov short stories
"Passions of Emma Goldman" retells history in a one-woman show
Chicago Sinfonietta celebrates 27 years of excellence with their 2014 fundraising ball
Redmoon inspired festivals will be held with the help of fifteen local civic organizations as neighborhood hosts of the Chicago Fire Festival this summer
Lucky Plush's "The Queue" is a music, dance, comedy farce set in an airport
Architecture, dance and a rare illustrated book inspire three new works performed at the CSO's MusicNOW concert
Chicago Symphony Orchestra performs works by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Polish composer Lutoslawski
Timeline Theatre Company remounts a short-lived Broadway musical from 1959, "Juno"
Museum of Contemporary Art Hosts North American premiere of choreographer Maud Le Pladec's contemplation of "Democracy"
Ballet Preljocaj's Tale of Snow White Adds the X-Rating with help by Jean Paul Gaultier couture
Imagine a Dilbert Cartoon with music and dance and great cast chemistry. That's Porchlight Music Theatre's bring to life "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying".
Chicago Humanities Festival announces its lineup for the Fall 25th Anniversary Festival
Chicago Symphony Orchestra's "Beyond the Score: Things Our Fathers Loved" brings Charles Ives' music to life as never before
Lookingglass Theatre's "In The Garden" speaks to the struggle between Creationism and secular science through the lens of Charles Darwin's domestic life
Corner Bakery Cafe adds healthy menu items
Four works-- Barber, Schuman, Bates, Gershwin-- performed flawlessly by Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Leonard Slatkin's baton
Hanoi's La Badiane Restaurant Serves World-Class Outstanding Food With Thoughtful Creative Flourish
Rush Hour Concerts - Free Concerts every Tuesday evening at St. James Cathedral in River North,
June 3 – August 26
Non-golfers and golfers alike will thrive and RELAX at The Boulders
"Petals and Pearls" was the name of the Lyric Opera's "Fantasy"- an important fundraising benefit and an even better party
MusicNOW concert series showcases new music