Complaints from the production team of His Shadow have opened a painful discussion for Berwyn’s 16th Street Theater and head Ann Filmer.
Lyric opens a multiyear exploration of early Verdi with this 1849 opera.
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, one of more than 350 Open House Chicago sites this weekend, is significant musically and architecturally.
In: a new Auditorium Theatre CEO; out: 16 board members, an associate dean, and the Joffrey Ballet
The season opener is as much fun as you can have at the opera.
Acres of art and a chance to observe capitalism at its looniest
Endangered: Chicago’s ‘best’ postmodern building
Music director Andrew Davis will be succeeded by Enrique Mazzola, in two years
Ravinia debuts its new “experience center” with an exhibit devoted to Leonard Bernstein.
Why are we doing this again?
Meanwhile, the administration maintains the changes are to get the program off probation.
Plus a preview of this weekend’s Newberry Library Book Fair and Bughouse Square Debates.
Does a venue have the right to cancel an event if it objects to a client’s rhetoric?
If the name sounds familiar, it’s because his father, Kurt, was a regular guest conductor of the CSO.
Theater on the Lake kicks off its season with a free three-day seminar for the Chicago theater community.