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“Monster Jam” by Caitlin Collado

“Monster Jam”   by Caitlin Collado

the arena is filled with Monster Trucks, four wheelers and even snowmobiles doing all types of races and jumps. I have to say that it kept me on the edge of my seat for almost two hours. While many races and events are well planned, the problem with a show like this is the [Read More]

An Interview with Juan Castaneda- “Las Hermanas Padilla”

An Interview with Juan Castaneda- “Las Hermanas Padilla”

Through the eyes of Menesses and the direction of Castanada, we, the audience will be able to watch ten women who are related , only through marriage , learn to test their own limits as they find solace, humor and grace in an unexpected sisterhood. Each is faced with the [Read More]

Windy City Circus comes to Navy Pier

Windy City Circus comes to Navy Pier

This is a circus where the audience will be 50 feet from the performers, a rare treat and what makes it even more special is that it is "a circus with a purpose". a large percentage of the ticket sales will be donated to Ronald McDonald House of Chicago as well as The Care [Read More]

Monster Jam Invades Allstate Arena

Monster Jam Invades Allstate Arena

Last year, this event sold out quickly, so do not hesitate or hold on to the clutch pedal. This event showcases freestyle and racing competition among some of the coolest, custom-designed machines. These are huge machines that are built to be able to fly 125 to 130 feet as [Read More]

“Romeo and Juliet” State Ballet Theatre

“Romeo and Juliet” State Ballet Theatre

Experience the most famous love story in history at The Auditorium Theatre this week-end as The State Ballet Theatre of Russia presents "Romeo and Juliet". Set to Sergio Prokofiev'spowerful score and with the choreography of Mikhail Lavrovsky, you will have an entertaining [Read More]

“Smash” Broadway comes to TV

“Smash” Broadway comes to TV

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED¬†¬†Being a theater lover, it was most inspiring to be able to view the “pilot” episode of NBC’s new arrival “SMASH” which will air on Mondays at 9 p.m. Central on NBC starting on February¬† 6th ( after “The [Read More]

Happy New Year with Hollis Resnik

Happy New Year with Hollis Resnik

Over 90 minutes of sheer chemistry between Ms Resnik and her audience. I know that many of those who attended this special evening were "friends" and performers who have worked with her in area theaters, and of course, many who have seen her perform on Chicago stages, but [Read More]

New Year’s Eve with Hollis Resnik

New Year’s Eve with Hollis Resnik

If you have seen her work on stages throughout Chicago, you know how special a talent she is. If you have not seen her in a setting like this, it is a special evening that will hold a lasting memory for you and your loved one. [Read More]

It’s The Most WONDERFEST Time Of The Year

It’s The Most WONDERFEST Time Of The Year

Haven't been to Wonderfest? This is a fun for the family experience at Navy Pier. An enchanting 17,000 square feet of another world. When you enter the doorways into this fantasy land, you will forget that you are in what is often an exposition hall at the rear of a [Read More]

Great Russian Nutcracker comes to Rosemont

Great Russian Nutcracker comes to Rosemont

the day that you and your family can attend the thrilling, lavish performance of Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker at The Rosemont Theatre. Set to Tchaikovsky's famous score, what you will witness is amazing dance, wonderful, larger than life puppetry, and sets that [Read More]

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“Our Class”

“Our Class”

"Our Class" winner of Poland's prestigious Nike Literary Award. This is a play that director Nick Sandys felt was one [Read More]

“Pinkolandia”

“Pinkolandia”

This is a story about people! Directed by Ann Filmer, on a set designed by Joanna Iwanicka, that truly fills the small [Read More]

“The Dance of Death”

“The Dance of Death”

This is a two act play with three characters that takes place in or about 1900 in an island in Sweden. The tale is [Read More]

” Les Miserables”

” Les Miserables”

under the sleek and smooth direction of the always remarkable Rachel Rockwell) we are treated to a powerful rendition [Read More]

“The Great God Pan”

“The Great God Pan”

To be honest, I am of the opinion that Herzog, who I admire very much, needs to take a second look at her play and [Read More]

“God’s Work”

“God’s Work”

This particular 90 minutes of story-telling is one filled with hope and sensitivity as they create art out of ugly [Read More]

“Corea and Fleck, in concert”  reviewed by Michael Horn

“Corea and Fleck, in concert” reviewed by Michael Horn

The full house at the magnificent Auditorium anxiously awaited the start of the concert and hushed when the two giants [Read More]