Some of the biggest names in ghetto house, juke, and footwork played for free at a relaxed party and cookout in Dolton Park.
Rauner taps Democrat Paul Vallas to turn around Chicago State University, and other news
Also, Obama’s Chicago staff reflect on working in the White House.
Beaches the musical could learn a trick or two from Beaches the movie
Here in a pre-Broadway tryout, this show based on the novel needs a lot more wind beneath its wings.
One out of three ain’t bad at the Chicago Musical Theatre Festival
One out of three ain’t bad at the Chicago Musical Theatre Festival, and American Demigods’ Fanatical will leave you wanting more.
Best touring play
The Book of Mormon
Reader’s Agenda Sat 3/15: Zine Fest, School of Hard Rocks, and Pedrito Martinez Group
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, March 15
The Wicked witch is back
Surrender, Dorothy: It’s time to get on the Wicked wagon.
Show us your . . . wigs
It requires a unqiue brand of patience to build a wig. Just ask DePaul theater professor Nan Zabriskie.
Best long-running play
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind voted best long-runny play
Wicked company hosts pro-gay cabaret
Defying Inequality cabaret show will raise money for GLBT rights groups.
Wicked pulls in more green
Wicked breaks another box office record.
B’way in Chicago’s New Year’s Eve lotto
You don’t actually need a ticket to win Broadway in Chicago’s New Year’s Eve drawing worth $2,009.