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Many are open this weekend. There are even a few new ones this year — and whether or not you’ve heard of Raven’s Grin Inn in Mount Carroll, read on.
The recently announced world premiere “Death Becomes Her” is also joined by "Peter Pan" and a return for “Mamma Mia!”
Along with the return of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical is its #HAM4HAM ticket lottery.
The Tony Award winner will direct “Purpose” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, about an Illinois family at the center of Black American politics.
Current headliners include Nate Bargatze, Russell Peters, John Crist and Nicole Byer.
Nominations are in for this year’s 55th anniversary awards for Chicago-area theater.
This follows news last month that the current dinner-and-cirque production Cabaret ZaZou was closing.
A second night has been added to Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Gaffigan’s comedy tour, coming to Chicago.
Cabaret ZaZou will close July 2, the latest iteration of a dinner circus show that has played in the Loop since 2019.
The Chicago college will present the degree as part of commencement ceremonies this weekend.
The upcoming slate will be performed at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie.
The Chicago company’s 68th season also includes, of course, a holiday return for "The Nutcracker."
Timeline of the musical "Hamilton," from creator Lin-Manuel Miranda reading Ron Chernow's 2004 book to the recording-breaking Broadway musical. It comes full circle in Chicago in 2019, where…
The 2023-24 season includes a world premiere musical with music and lyrics by Gordon Gano of the Violent Femmes.
Chicago's Anthony Norman leads the musical on tour. He once told his agent he didn’t feel right for the role, but in the audition, "something just clicked."
The annual production of the Chicago favorite opens Saturday at the Lyric Opera House and runs through late December.
Valdivia comes to CLATA from the National Museum of Mexican Art, where he served as the director of performing arts.
The famed improv comedy institution iO Theater is reopening Nov. 3, according to an announcement Wednesday.
Other musical titles for the upcoming year include the Huckleberry Finn adventure “Big River” and the '80s bash “Rock of Ages."
Live stand-up shows can be found most anywhere and everywhere in the Chicago area, we boiled fall down to these 10.
MSG announced Thursday that it is considering spinning off its theaters and live entertainment business to create a separately-traded company.
The tour features Shereen Ahmed as Eliza Doolittle and Laird Mackintosh as Professor Henry Higgins.
Writers Theatre in Glencoe has announced a four-title 2022-23 season, including productions of Manual Cinema’s “Christmas Carol” and the musical “Once.”
The National Endowment for the Arts has announced 52 grants to Chicago and Illinois organizations, totaling $2,172,510, as part of nationwide grant-making this week.
Chicago Dancers United has announced the lineup for this summer’s Dance for Life, coming to this August to the Auditorium Theatre.
Mike Birbiglia has some schedule juggling to do — he’s filling in as guest host on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” this week after Kimmel announced Monday he has COVID-19.
The fan-favorite musicals “Dear Evan Hansen” and ”Anastasia” are returning to Chicago in 2022, says Broadway in Chicago.
Upcoming titles include a world premiere musical based on “It Came from Outer Space,” the long-anticipated “The Notebook” and Barbara Gaines leading her final show.
Northlight Theatre's coming season kicks off with a blue collar comedy and also includes "Andy Warhol in Iran."
In the solo play, Mohegan theater-maker Madeline Sayet travels to England in 2015 to pursue a Ph.D. and finds a country on the eve of the Brexit vote.
This will be the first time this musical has played in Chicago and you have less than two weeks to catch it — what exactly is this show again?