It’s no secret Chicago loves the blues. Especially when it comes from three blue-headed, bald-capped gents.
“If I have ever unintentionally offended anyone by saying anything improper, which in turn hurt or offended anyone, I profusely apologize,” said Posen
“White Christmas” is at once a sassy romantic comedy and a patriotic homage to the post-World War II era.
From ice skating and concerts to comedy and dance, here’s a look at some of the area’s offerings to make your days and nights merry and bright.
“Lizzie,” the riveting musical about the notorious Lizzie Borden, turns out to be an ideal inaugural production for Firebrand Theatre.
Playwright Tracy Letts has devised a blood ritual rooted in the farcical manifestations of local government and parliamentary procedure.
Nearly 1.5 million holiday season theatergoers have seen the annual production, which celebrates its 40th anniversary season beginning Saturday.
Think of it as a sort of “SpongeBob Square Pants” for adults.
A gifted cast, marvelous sets and witty repartee fuel a marvelous production.
The City of Chicago has designated 2018 as the “Year of Creative Youth.”
The actress’ character on ‘Andi Mack’ undergoes a change on this week’s episode.
While Cirque Du Soleil lays claim to more than 40 productions, adding the element of ice brought with it a slew of challenges.
The Bourne family possesses glorious voices that, when joined in unison, create one of the most beautiful, multi-layered sounds imaginable.
“Suddenly people realized I understood the vocabulary of big spaces,” David Zinn recalls. “So breaking into set design wasn’t possible until it was.”