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Chicago Dancing Festival The Chicago Dancing Festival opening will be simulcast on the outdoor screen of the (.Tuesday July 8). ….read more about this year’s festival in our summer issue.
Ready for a parade on the Chicago River? Redmoon’s Great Chicago Featival kicks off a spectacular celebration of the city’s history this summer. Read more about Redmoon Theatre’s upcoming festival in our upcoming issue.
Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s Henry V a tour-de-force. Read the full review in our summer issue out this June.
Gene Siskel Film Center – The Gene Siskel Film Center of the Art Institute of Chicago has provided the city with unique and comprehensive programming since 1974….read more in our Summer issue…..By Laura Kinter
Gene Siskel Film Center – Currently showing ILO ILO, winner of the Camera d’Or at Cannes, the prestigious prize for best first feature, ILO ILO unfolds a bittersweet story with a sly sense of humor…read more about the film center … Continue reading
Redmoon Theatre’s summer 2014 Great Chicago Fire Festival – The inaugural Great Chicago Fire Festival introduces what will become an annual tradition celebrating the diversity of Chicago’s great neighborhoods and the City’s powerful spirit of renewal….read more on the festival … Continue reading
Brigadoon at Goodman Theatre this summer – Mara Blumenfeld, the costume Designer, for Brigadoon, credits include Mary Zimmerman’s Tony Award-winning Metamorphoses at Circle in the Square Theatre, The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci at Second Stage Theatre and the premiere … Continue reading
Chicago Dancing Festival– The only free festival of its kind in the nation.…read more about the festival in Emily Disher’s preview in the upcoming issue.
The Redmoon Theatre’s summer 2014 Great Chicago Fire Festival – The Great Chicago Fire Festival will come from the city’s neighborhoods. In 2014, the Festival will start with 15 aldermanic wards, with that number growing in subsequent years…..the upcoming festival … Continue reading
Conductor Andrew Grams of the Elgin Symphony – Maestro Grams made his first subscription series appearance with the Cleveland Orchestra in May 2006 conducting Schoenberg’s Second Chamber Symphony. Read our Question and Answer interview with Grams in our upcoming issue of … Continue reading