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April 21, 2017 No Comments

Into the Beautiful North – 16th Street Theatre 


There’s a moment at the top of Into The Beautiful North when Nayeli (Ilse Zacharias) a start-eyed

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A Bazaar of Dazzling Delights

April 20, 2017 No Comments


Aladdin – Broadway in Chicago 


The story of Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp is quite likely the most popular and best known of the

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A Sense That Something is Missing

April 18, 2017 No Comments

Disney’s Tarzan: the Stage Musical – NightBlue Theatre 


Continuing in the vein of other previously successful stage adaptations of Disney cartoons, such as

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A Picnic with Poignancy

April 18, 2017 No Comments

Visiting – Artemisia Theatre


In Ed Proudfoot’s latest drama, following on the footsteps of this company’s acclaimed 2016

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The Yard ups the ante with astonishing ‘Blood at the Root’

April 17, 2017 No Comments

Last year, The Yard – a youth-driven theater company composed of actors and creatives in Chicago

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Behind the Red Doors

April 17, 2017 No Comments

King of the Yees – Goodman Theatre 


Along the streets of San Francisco’s Chinatown, the home of the nation’s largest community of Chinese

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Upside Down

April 17, 2017 No Comments

Strangest Things! The Musical – Greenhouse Theatre 

For the subject of a musical parody one would think that Stranger Things, the sci-fi thriller/80’s love

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Nothing is as Constant as Change

April 14, 2017 No Comments

Mystery of Love and Sex – Writers Theatre


Bathsheba Doran, a playwright and television writer, especially known for her script writing for “Smash,” HBO’s

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Cavalia Odysseo

April 13, 2017 No Comments





Cavalia marries equestrian arts, Game of Thrones and high-tech theatrical effects, at levels that I have never seen before. For 120 minutes, you are thrown into the world of mountains and waterfalls of majestic Norway. With a cast of 65 majestic horses, 48 riders, outstanding acrobats, aerialist dancers and musicians you are enchanted and delighted every moment you are there. The special effects are so grand you forget you are in the parking lot of Soldier Field. This is one show for the entire family. Spring break is here so if you’re looking for something to do, this is it. If you love acrobatics, the men from New Guinea will amaze you with their talents and daredevil skills. But the star of this show are those gorgeous horses, their skill and precision is fascinating, there wasn’t one bad act or moment in this truly great show.


Extended to April 30th

The big top at Soldier Field South Lot.

Tickets:  $34.00 to VIP Class at $269.00 (Which includes dinner and drinks)


Clap Your Hands if You Believe

April 13, 2017 No Comments

For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday – Shattered Globe 


Sarah Ruhl, the distinguished and celebrated, two-time Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright, has

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