From the Chicago Puppet Theater Festival to the Ragamala Dance Company, here are some cool things check out in the week ahead.
Kwanzaa, first celebrated in 1966, lasts from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1. “Kwanzaa” derives from a Swahili term, “matunda ya Kwanza,” meaning “first fruits.”
Artist Angela Eve’s Christmas display is an oasis of mirth nestled between trash and recycling bins.
It was a peaceful evening of beautiful Christmas music in the vast sanctuary of the Divine Word Chapel in Northbrook. Then Neil checked his email.
The actor is reportedly in the midst of copyrighting the dance.
Grab a few last minute gifts or burn some preemptive calories ahead of Christmas with these free and cheap options.
From music to dance to theater, there’s much to enjoy this weekend in Chicago.
Set amid the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, the production coincides with the 125th anniversary of the Columbian Exposition.
Hubbard Street Dance’s winter program is presenting a trio of works for “danc(e)volve.”
From WinterWonderfest at Navy Pier to “Cendrillon” at Lyric Opera, there’s much to enjoy this weekend in Chicago.
Music, magic, a Merman and a “Mormon” are among some of the cool things to check out this weekend around Chicago.
The beloved E.T.A. Hoffmann tale is given some traditional and non-traditional interpretations in these Chicago-area productions.
Fancy footwork abounds on Chicago-area stages this holiday season.
Make big plans! From theater and dance to music and outdoor fun, here’s a look at cool things to see and do throughout the Chicago area.
From comedy and musicals to drama and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.