Articles by Amy Munice
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
"Wild Grass" by Beijing Dance Theater is based on writings of a well-known Chinese writer Lu Xun (1881 - 1926)
"The Hundred Flowers Project" aims to explore Mao's notion of continuous revolution through the zeitgeist of hi-tech times
Lyric Opera voices in an intimate cabaret-like setting on Pritzker Stage
Rosy Simas' subtle choreography paired with video and soundscapes creates a moving poem, in all senses
Profile Theatre mounts a top-notch production of David Mamet's play "The Cryptogram"
The People's Music School Appoints a new President and Artistic Director who is a kindred spirit of the school's founder
Chicago Symphony Orchestra enlists famed rock drummer to bring classic silent film "Ben Hur" alive
Renée Fleming diva powers the Lyric Opera's current production of "Capriccio"
Well-known Minneapolis choreographer Rosy Simas brings her heralded work "We Wait in Darkness" to Chicago
Porchlight Music Theatre Gives the Ghoulish Tale of Sweeney Todd a New Charm and Intimacy
See dance history and get mesmerized by the performance of "Rosas danst Rosas" at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Two powerful premieres and a re-mount of one of River North Dance Company's first hits helps mark their silver anniversary
For that fun Bayou sound go to City Winery to hear Lost Bayou Ramblers-- and catch a good meal and wine
Interrobang Theatre Project's "Owners" delivers an absurdly funny ideological spoof
Auditorium Theatre kicks off its 125th birthday with a performance of historic dances performed by American Ballet Theatre
Lyric Opera gives Mozart's "Don Giovanni" a modern setting and new resonance
Four composers' works-- each quite distinct-- were performed at the recent MusicNOW concert in Harris Theater
Chicago Sinfonietta teams with Mucca Pazza punk marching band to totally delight
Joffrey Ballet tells three short stories through dance