From music to dance to theater, there’s much to enjoy this weekend in Chicago.
Entertainment Arts Editor/Weekend Agenda at the Chicago Sun-Times covering music, theater, dance, entertainment, pop culture and more.
Gibson’s Italia was awarded most beautiful restaurant in Chicago.
“We just want to put a smile on people’s faces. Come out, bring your kids and have a great time. Just get lost in the music,” says Wood of the tour.
Cardinal Blase Cupich will officiate at a mass on Saturday at Mission of Our Lady of the Angels church at Iowa and Avers.
On hiatus from ‘Jack Ryan,’ actor plays Scrooge in “Q Brothers Christmas Carol” at The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Backed by a live orchestra, Jackman brings his world tour to the United Center on June 21, 2019.
The new show joins the previously announced June 21 date at Soldier Field.
The creator/animator of Nickelodeon’s hit series revealed last year he had ALS — amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The live-action film with its stellar cast of voice talent is scheduled for a Summer 2019 release.
In the epic musical, now at the Cadillac Palace, Christine Bunuan plays Gigi, whose job in a brothel is “something she has to do to survive.”
The band brings its No Filter stadium tour to the Windy City in June 2019.