Articles by Amy Munice
The public is invited to determine a major exhibit in the Chicago History Museum
World-Renowned Chicago Shakespeare Theater Contributes Energy and Expertise to Chicago Schools
Chicago Symphony Orchestra- Mozart, Hindemith and Prokofiev in a stirring concert
Cafe Absinthe features contemporary American cuisine with selections for varied palates
The North China Lover at Lookingglass Theater is an adaptation of Margerite Dumas novel of same name
Chicago Symphony Orchestra's celebration of Verdi ends with a highly dramatic rendition of Macbeth
Lighting design and flawless dancers make for a beautiful evening, with the best saved and named "Last"
Light Opera Works pays tribute to George Gershwin's rich legacy
The Chicago skyline now sports a pink reminder of breast cancer for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and beyond
Museum of Contemporary Art Performance space brings a taste of the Buenos Aires theater scene to Chicago
Symphony Center continues in the new year with Chicago Symphony Orchestra concerts and other music events, several free to the public
A wide ranging program--Debussy, Beethoven, Faure, and a piece based on a poem by Allen Ginsburg-- were performed by a much-awarded cello and piano duo
Lifeline's "The Killer Angels" is a compelling presentation of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name that brings the horror of the Civil War to life
An Abridged Concert of the History of Political Popular Music by Performance Artist Taylor Mac entertains while delivering scathing political commentary through a gender politics lens
People who keep many of Chicago's better food places humming know to do their humming at Lokal. It's really hopping in late night and early a.m. hours. Look to Lokal for gourmet winter comfort food as the weather chills
The International Music Foundation's Dame Myra Hess Concert featured a rarely heard saxophone repertoire performed by the award-winning and sparkling Project Fusion
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet returns to Chicago for one night only. Program features work by Jorma Elo, Cayetano Soto and Chicago’s own Alejandro Cerrudo.
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.