The production will debut at London’s Royal Festival Hall this summer arriving in Chicago for performances Dec. 14-19 at the Lyric Opera House,
Their longrunning show at the Flamingo Hotel & Casino will close Nov. 16.
From comedy and musicals to drama and dance, Chicago’s stages are a live with vibrant productions.
Also featured is the world premiere of “Dhaba on Devon Avenue” by Madhuri Shekar, directed by Chay Yew.
Set in Pennsylvania, and alternating between 2000 and 2008, Ron OJ Parson’s staging of “Sweat” is as familiar as a decade’s worth of headlines.
Corden previously hosted the televised awards ceremony in 2016.
The play takes an in-depth look at the 1979 recording session for “End of the Century,” as well as the band and their relationship with Phil Spector.
Actress/director Seret Scott: “Theater and the arts in general can change lives, can change minds, can change the world.”
The two tuneful shows join ‘Oslo,’ ‘Mean Girls,’ ‘Once on This Island’ and a Britney Spears premiere, all previously announced, in the 2019-20 season.
2019 marks the 100th anniversary of White Sox players conspiring to throw the 1919 World Series.
Just like its Italian-American hero, “A Bronx Tale” the musical moves between worlds and worldviews.
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.
From comedy and drama to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
The mayor says he’s told aldermen that “you cannot, in the face of what’s happened over the last two months in the city, stall out on ethics reform.”