Tuesday January 23rd 2018

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“New Dances” Thodos Dance Chicago- reviewed by Carol Moore

“New Dances”  Thodos Dance  Chicago- reviewed by Carol Moore

Thodos Dance Chicago’s 16th Annual “New Dances”, an exhilarating smorgasbord of contemporary dance performed on the main stage at the Athenaeum, featured nine world premier works by nine talented young choreographers.  Thodos has a long-standing tradition of [Read More]

“Second Annual Chicago Theater Memorial Bike Ride”

“Second Annual Chicago Theater Memorial Bike Ride”

About “We in the theatre, we love hard. We love each other fully, and as we like to say in show business, ‘If you’re not going to need me, can I leave early?’ I don’t know who told Molly she could leave early, because I still desperately need her but we’ll make [Read More]

Pride Arts Center to open in Chicago’s Uptown Neighborhood!

Pride Arts Center to open in Chicago’s Uptown Neighborhood!

Pride Films and Plays to establish Pride Arts Center at 4139 and 4147 North Broadway Two-space venue will be home to Pride Films and Plays and available for rental to outside arts organizations. Chicago, IL – Pride Films and Plays, the LGBTQ+ focused company founded in [Read More]

“The House of Mirrors and Hearts” opens soon!

“The House of Mirrors and Hearts” opens soon!

Presented through special arrangement with Perfect Pitch Musicals Directed by Jeff Casey Musical Direction by Elizabeth Tuazon Rated PG-13 (Adult Language & Content) A chilling and intimate chamber musical with a striking and haunting musical score. Seven years have [Read More]

“Santa’s Village AZOOsment Park- 2016 “

“Santa’s Village AZOOsment Park- 2016 “

The reports of the demise of Santa’s Village are wrong, wrong, wrong! Not only is this historic landmark alive and kicking, it is rebounding in leaps and bounds. Many of you are aware that this amusement park came close to being just a memory several years ago. Land [Read More]

“More than just a jeweler”- Howard Frum!

“More than just a jeweler”- Howard Frum!

Over the years, with all of today’s technology, the Internet has become a great way for businesses to reach the public to show their wares and make sales. The growth has been amazing! The technology incredible! In fact, the entire “social network” concept [Read More]

The 60’s at Ravinia with The Commodores opening for Patti LaBelle- rocking night in Highland Park

The 60’s at Ravinia with The Commodores opening for Patti LaBelle- rocking night in Highland Park

Not only was the weather as near perfect as one would want in Ravinia tonight, but the performances we witnessed were a blast from the past. The Commodores, an amazing trio that got its start back in the 60’s, defining the MoTown sound, may not have one of the [Read More]

“My Son The Waiter Comes to Town”

“My Son The Waiter Comes to Town”

It is every mothers wish for her child to enjoy success in life. In the Jewish home, that means her son becomes a lawyer or a doctor, of if push comes to shove, an accountant (better yet, a C.P.A.). IF, that Jewish mother has a son who desires to be an actor, she knows that [Read More]

“Oh What A Night” Frankie Valli- first time at Ravinia!

“Oh What A Night” Frankie Valli- first time at Ravinia!

If you were not one of the standing room only visitors to Ravinia on June 12, you missed out on a very special night. While all of the events and shows at Ravinia (Lake County’s treasure), this was even more special. Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, after all these [Read More]

Shakespeare In The Park- summer of 2016

Shakespeare In The Park- summer of 2016

          Chicago Shakespeare leadership and artists joined Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to announce the return of Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks—the hallmark of the City’s “Night Out in the Parks” initiative and a summertime tradition for [Read More]

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“Flamingo & Decatur”

“Flamingo & Decatur”

Recommended *** Little by little, the world is seeing Chicago as THE place for live theater! We have seen more actors [Read More]

“All My Sons”  reviewed by Michael Horn

“All My Sons” reviewed by Michael Horn

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“She The People”

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Fireside Restaurant

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Have you ever heard of the expression, “A DESTINATION RESTAURANT”? I am sure you have. What this means is a [Read More]