Tearing Lady Gaga’s ticket. Seeing a tenor dropped in Tosca. Grooving to Mavis Staples from the rafters. These are the magical moments that happen with live performance. They are also […]
Talking to the front man and guitarist of the New Zealand trio, who play Lincoln Hall on Monday.
Current musical obsessions of RedEye columnist Ernest Wilkins, editor Ned Hepburn, and more
Last week’s Reader column about the ouster of a long-term member of the Saints—the group that provides volunteer ushers and other support for most of Chicago’s nonprofit theaters—opened a revealing […]
The Saints board takes disciplinary action against several members–including Deborah Granite, drummed out after 24 years–exposing a schism in the organization that supplies ushers and grants to nonprofit theaters in the Chicago area.
Sign of the times? More performing arts groups are asking Saints for help.