A black Irish comedy and a look at inequity in the local theater scene are among this week’s best bets.
Now that dynamic pricing has come to the arts, you can score cheap seats—or get priced out.
An all-German production of the holiday chestnut by Johann Strauss Jr. has all eyes on the supertitles.
Chicago Commercial Collective wants to give off-Loop hits a profitable afterlife.
Grab it while you can: the very short run of Chicago Opera Theater’s remarkable Three Decembers ends May 16.
Operatic soprano Amber Wagner is one to watch.
The Metropolitan Opera, now playing at a theater near you.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Ravinia Festival, August 5 Chicago Symphony Orchestra Ravinia Festival, July 21 Kathleen Battle is the most universally despised individual in the world of classical music, transcending all lines of gender, ethnicity, and nationality. To know her is to loathe her, and virtually everyone whose professional life has intersected with hers, from the […]