The Chicago Flamenco Festival's impressive line-up spans the worlds of music and dance and features some of the art's brightest rising stars as well as established, critically acclaimed artists. These distinctive events further the Instituto Cervantes' dedication to bringing the finest of Spanish and Hispanic culture in Chicago. Festival ... Read More
Cloud Gate will perform Founder/Artistic Director Lin Hwai-min's Songs of the Wanderers, inspired by the wealth of religious practices throughout Asia and Herman Hesse's account of Siddhartha's quest for enlightenment. A visually stunning paean to spiritual pilgrimage, the work creates a world of intense reverence that is distinctly Asian ... Read More
Elevator Repair Service, the acclaimed theater company that brought Gatz to the MCA Stage in 2008, returns with a new work that follows the 1991 Supreme Court case about go-go dancers at the Kitty Kat Lounge in South Bend, Indiana, who claimed a First Amendment right to dance totally ... Read More
See Experience Hendrix live with Billy Cox, Buddy Guy, Zakk Wylde, Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Dweezil Zappa, Eric Johnson, Cesar Rosas, David Hidalgo, Chris Layton, and Eric Gales March 14 at The Chicago Theatre!
Gilbert and Sullivan's canonic comic operetta drops anchor at Mandel Hall with the 40-member University of Chicago Chamber Orchestra and new stage director Charlie Marie McGrath. The satirical Victorian tale sets adrift aristocratic airs in honor of true love. The score includes: "I'm Called Little Buttercup," "When I Was ... Read More
Be a matchmaker in this choose your own ending romantic comedy tap opera by Chicago Tap Theatre. You will meet an array of characters looking for love and decide who would be the perfect match for one another. Then see those dates play out in the second act!
The Harris Theater for Music and Dance will remain closed through Thursday, March 6 to repair damaged operational and mechanical equipment caused by an electrical fire. Patrons will be contacted by a Harris Theater representative with further information regarding ticket purchases and upcoming performances. Chicago Opera Theater presents Queenie ... Read More
Rock of Ages returns to Chicago for one week only! This worldwide party musical features a mix of 28 rockin' 80's tunes including Don't Stop Believin', We Built This City, The Final Countdown, Wanted Dead or Alive, Here I Go Again, Can't Fight This Feeling, and I Want to ... Read More
Celebrate the creation of Second City's brand new show and get an exclusive look at their hilarious 102nd Revue. The Second City's 102nd Revue is written and performed by an all-star cast including Chelsea Devantez, John Hartman, Mike Kosinski, Tawny Newsome (Jeff Award Winner - Best Revue), Emily Walker ... Read More
Japanese pianist Mitsuko Uchida joins members of the CSO for Schubert's watery and slippery sounding Trout Quintet. The concert opens with Mozart's F Major Concerto. Photo Credit: Copyright Todd Rosenberg Photography / Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The Second City e.t.c. presents their 37th Revue, A Clown Car Named Desire. Join the limber and handsome cast of this sketch comedy show for a spectacular night of illusion featuring brave, multitasking mothers expressing themselves; hyper hipsters competing for the ultimate in cool; and long term monogamous couples ... Read More
Lifeline Theatre presents the world premiere of A Tale of Two Cities, based on the novel by Charles Dickens. As the Reign of Terror sweeps through Paris, destroying both the high and low, two Londoners are confronted with impossible choices in this epic story of resurrection and redemption. This ... Read More
Drawn exclusively from the Pritzker Military Library's extensive collections of posters and other printed material, the six-part, 27-image exhibition tells the story of the role that art and artists played in persuading everyone in America, not only the men in uniform, to join the fight for victory during World ... Read More
American Blues Theater presents the world premiere of American Myth. In this play, Dr. Douglas Graham, best-selling author, beloved professor and American history scholar, is accused by a former student of lying in the classroom about his participation in and around the Vietnam War. American Myth explores the line ... Read More
LiveWire Chicago Theatre, in association with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, presents Assistance. When Nora, an awkward young woman, takes a job as an assistant, she and her fellow co-workers quickly learn that there is a heavy cost to being successful in the business. Executing ... Read More
pH is starting your weekend off with some Bad Advice. Four players take your suggestion and spin it into three acts full of memorable characters, madcap situations and unbelievably horrible advice. At the end of each act, one of the characters from the show will offer you their unique ... Read More