The Irish star of “Goodbye Christopher Robin” couldn’t stay away from the “amazing” Art Institute.
The telecast averaged 6.8 million viewers and peaked with an average of 8.9 million from 10:45 p.m.-11 p.m., Eastern Time.
The play is based on the book of the same name by the late Illinois Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks.
The character launched at the Regal Theatre stars in her second Halloween movie.
The disgraced Hollywood mogul worked with Linda Matlow in the ’80s — and kept his hands to himself.
The memorial will take place starting at 1 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Upstairs Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted.
Former cast members Tim Meadows, Nora Dunn and Julia Sweeney are scheduled to check out the show at the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
Trevor Noah books nothing but Chicagoans for his show’s four nights at the Athenaeum Theatre.
It’s a call to action propelled by actress Alyssa Milano in the wake of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s downfall.
The company will receive an immediate cash infusion from Colony Capital and is in talks for the potential sale of all or a part of the firm.
Nick Meyer used wood, hard foam and plastic barrels to build the “Star Wars” model. He says he enjoys the movies but isn’t a fanatic.
Emotion sometimes lacking in a powerfully cast touring production of the stage classic.
Wild ‘N Out Live! didn’t just give comedy and rap to the crowd; it gave fans a truly good time.