The “guitar event of the year” Experience Hendrix, and the Chicago Latino Film Festival are among the many things to see and do in the week ahead.
From comedy and musicals to drama and dance, Chicago’s stages are a live with vibrant productions.
Proceeds benefit The Dancers’ Fund and the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, which assist dance professionals facing critical health issues.
Michael Buble headlines the Allstate Arena Sunday night. It’s just one of many entertainment events to check out in the week ahead.
Running March 14 – 16, Femme Fest spotlights the creations of five female choreographers of Black/African or Diaspora/African descent.
After a beautiful, jarring hip-hop number, the visually gifted director Gaspar Noe spoils the fun with vapid gossip and a sick orgy of bloodshed.
Alvin Ailey presented the Midwest premiere of “Lazarus” with an explosive performance epitomizing the supreme skill and commitment of its dancers.
From comedy and drama, to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
The streets of New Orleans will be filled with excited kids catching beads from atop ladders and revelers in fancy costumes.
Music, theater, family fun — we’ve got plenty of suggestions to help you make big plans for the week ahead.
The iconic ballet will be presented in spring 2020.
From musicals and dance to comedy and drama, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
The exhibit “Laurie Simmons: Big Camera/Little Camera” at the MCA is a comprehensive look at the career of the New York-based photographer.
Lightfoot said she hasn’t settled on a specific percentage of the hotel tax to devote to the arts, saying only it would be “modest” or “small.”
From comedy and drama to musicals and dance, Chicago-area stages are alive with vibrant productions.