The Edge of Everyday, A Benefit Performance for theatre company Ripple Effect Artists in its pursuit to remount SHE HAS A NAME — a play with talk-backs about the pandemic of sex trafficking — is Tuesday, May 30th from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at The Elektra Theatre, 300 West 43rd Street, NYC. Tickets are $45 […]Continue Reading →
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A Day for Grace to kick-off multi-city national tour in August Social drama A Day for Grace to kick-off multi-city national tour in August, starring playwright Doug Vincent and rock icon Sam Llanas (formerly of BoDeans). The heartwarming story of hope and triumph over adversity, the play recounts the emotional roller-coaster true journey of a father-to-be […]Continue Reading →
Abbe Sparks will be dancing with the Giordano Dance Company as a contestant in their popular “Dancing With The Giordano Stars” competition benefit at Chicago’s Park West Sept. 27Continue Reading →
“Set in Stone,” a study by the Cultural Policy Center at the University of Chicago that is to be released Thursday.
examined the cultural building boom between 1994 and 2008, when museums, performing arts centers and theaters in the United States got swept up in new construction or major renovations.
Last Chance to have fun for a great cause– the performing arts!!!! Gala 2012: A Mod Musical Evening Benefits The Music Theatre CompanyContinue Reading →
Join The Music Theatre Company for performances of your favorite songs by Chicago’s finest music theatre artists. Enjoy the upbeat stylings of Dr. Mark and the Sutures while browsing through their wide array of silent auction items, including Chicago Bears and Blackhawks memorabilia, private golf outings, and a priceless excursion to the Metropolitan Opera in […]Continue Reading →