The 35-year-old dance hothouse is keeping its name, though.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Monday, April 1, 2013
A changing of the guard at the Hideout, a new indie “supergroup,” and a solo album from half of String Theory
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
The bicycle documentary Bicycle Dreams, about the endurance ride Race Across America, premieres in Chicago at the Viaduct Theater on Thursday
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
The Bicycle Film Festival Chicago hosts screenings Friday 2/25 and Saturday 2/26, with parties at Beauty Bar, the Viaduct and Darkroom starting Thursday 2/24.
Part of “The Dirty Show,” on display at Viaduct Theater
More on “I’ll Die Tomorrow” star Michael Shannon’s music, theater and film career.
Jim Sikora wants to recapture the Chicago punk scene of yore, with help from Michael Shannon—and you.
The biggest and best of the music fests
Tonight at Heaven Gallery, TV Pow’s Todd Carter debuts a new multichannel work using archival Sun Ra recordings; the Neon Marshmallow Festival, scheduled for August, announces its impressive lineup.
Two plays, The Good Negro and Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South, explore the myths and realities of black life in the south.
Sissy Spacek, a project of LA noise king John Wiese, plays the Viaduct Theater on Friday night.
The Neon Marshmallow Festival, a promising new event devoted to experimental music and noise, arrives in Chicago this August.