Articles by Amy Munice
The Trip to Bountiful is a story about longing for happier times and coping with a life that is less than what you want
Chicago History Museum Special Exhibit Now Open -- Siam: the Queen and the White City -- reminding us of how Chicago-Thai bonds were born
Evita tells the story of Eva Peron and the cult of personality surrounding her with music, dance and spectacular staging
Atop a Gold Coast Hotel, Drumbar awaits you with cocktails carefully thought through to match the season
To Master the Art tells the story of Julia Child in France during the years that spawned her famous cookbook and much more, entertaining all the way
Chicago Symphony Orchestra plans many holiday themed concerts for December
Shattered Globe Theatre makes you mull on capitalism with a fresh eye with this expertly acted production of "Other People's Money"
This is the 95th year of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association’s s training ensemble for pre-professional musicians—the only one affiliated with a major American symphony orchestra
Free CSO Concert Wednesday, September 18.
Meet Hank Williams as a boy and follow him to his untimely death at 29---with many a classic song along the way expertly performed by an enthusiastic cast
Chicago Gateway lunchtime destination adds more art and street performance
TimeLine Theatre brings Chicagoan Lorraine Hansberry's classic play "Raisin in the Sun" to vibrant life, compelling you to grapple with the experience of each member of the Younger family portrayed in this story
"Conversations on a Homecoming" tells the tale of one Irish emigree returning to his home town pub one night to see his old friends. Drinks are downed and hard truths come out.
Chicago Dancing Festival showcased world-class dance talent with imaginative choreography stealing the show
Prasino, which means "green" in Greek, prides itself in being a first of a kind eco-friendly restaurant for foodies serving eclectic clientele in the Wicker Park /Ukranian Village and from throughout Chicago
Two world-renowned virtuoso pianists share an intimate program of four hand selections
Join an 80-year tradition and volunteer to help make the Thanksgiving Parade in Chicago a memorable and fun event for children of all ages
Grant Park Music Festival just concluded it's 79th season of summer music in the spectacular Frank Gehry-designed Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park
Chicago Symphony Orchestra's November, 2013 programming includes options for families, devotees of classical music as well as fun sing-along events
On September 12 the cutting-edge Chicago Sinfonietta hosted a fundraiser sneak preview of their 2013-2014 season--another milestone in making classical music accessible to new generations and all communities
Meet Franklin, a man of God or at least sound-bite Gospel, through the eyes of a son struggling to come to terms with his father's complexity
Grant Park Music Festival puts on a night of Latin-inspired Jazz and other Latin classical sounds, including a Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra, under the energized baton of Carlos Kalmar
Broadway lovers waited out the rain for a fast-paced collage by video and live performance of snippets of some of the Broadway shows coming to Chicago in the coming year
Silk Road Ensemble's "Invasion!" deconstructs stereotypes of the Arab man in America and the violence that surrounds these stereotypes -- taking on a weighty topic with great humor
Museum of Contemporary Art maintains its now long tradition of hosting Chicago Human Rhythm Projects Annual Festival showcase of where this art form is evolving
Millennium Park concert features Rachel Barton Pine, Third Coast Percussion, Betti Xiang and more on August 26 in a concert sponsored by the Chinese Fine Arts Society
America's Finest Civilian Aviators on Display August 17 and 18 at North Avenue Beach
Chicago Sinfonietta's noteworthy music educational outreach programs are making rare print available as part of fundraising effort.
Jellyfish makes a delicious Asian themed gourmet menu accessible to a wide range of palates and varying comfort zones with food adventure
Jackalope's "The Casuals" tries to tell a story of government atomic experiments in a time of secrecy amidst layers of personal and impersonal betrayals