Posts Tagged “theater”

Summer Theatre in the Quad Cities

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Summer Theatre in the Quad Cities

Summer Theatre in the Quad Cities Quad Cities Theatre is not to be missed this summer because in-person shows are back.  Whether you want a family-friendly afternoon, musical, or an edgy evening, the Quad Cities has it all this summer. Nestled in Prospect Park in Moline, Quad City Music Guild presents “Mamma Mia” on July…

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Paramount Theater resumes live performance August 18, 2021

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Paramount Theater resumes live performance August 18, 2021

Paramount Theater resumes live performance August 18, 2021 First live performance will be the performance “Kiny Boots” Nearly 14 months after dimming its lights, Aurora’s Paramount Theatre announced today it plans to welcome audiences back for live performances in August with Chicago’s first regional production of Kinky Boots. “It’s my great pleasure to say: We…

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Casting announced for “Future Labs” reading of Layalina at Goodman Theater

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Casting announced for “Future Labs” reading of Layalina at Goodman Theater

Casting announced for “Future Labs” reading of Layalina at Goodman Theater Casting announced for the January 30, “Future Labs” reading of Layalina by Martin Yousif Zebari, directed by Azar Kazemi. The Goodman’s first streaming effort of 2021 is near capacity Goodman Theatre announces the full cast for the FREE live reading of Layalina, January 30…

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Review: I’m Not a Comedian … I’m Lenny Bruce

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Review: I’m Not a Comedian … I’m  Lenny Bruce

Review: I’m Not a Comedian … I’m Lenny Bruce Lenny Bruce may be a name many people today don’t know but they should know him because his critical thinking is still very refreshing and relevant to today’s world. He was a satirist and standup comedian who got into trouble over the use of banned swear…

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Elitist theatrical performance “Hamilton” finally closes

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Elitist theatrical performance “Hamilton” finally closes

Elitist theatrical performance “Hamilton” finally closes The theatrical play “Hamilton” has been more about politics than it has about either historical accuracy of even honesty. From the start, it was used as a political weapon against President Donald Trump imposing itself on the American conscience with the biased backing of the mainstream American news media….

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Beast Women celebrates 13th year as Chicago’s premier All Female performance revue

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Beast Women celebrates 13th year as Chicago’s premier All Female performance revue

Beast Women celebrates 13th year as Chicago’s premier All Female performance revue WHO ARE BEAST WOMEN? Beast Women is an All-Female Performance Variety Revue, serving as a platform to showcase the best talent in Chicago. Featured artists include musicians, writers, dancers, comedians, burlesque performers, aerialists, sideshow acts, and so much more. Beast Women is not your…

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Replay Lincoln Parkfeatures three”pop-ups” performances

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Replay Lincoln Parkfeatures three”pop-ups” performances

Replay Lincoln Parkfeatures three”pop-ups” performances Catering to a wide variety of audiences, Replay Lincoln Park will host three distinct, concurrent pop-ups throughout the month Looking to create three spaces of unique fun for Chicagoans and visitors, alike, Replay Lincoln Park, 2833 N. Sheffield Ave. will host various pop-ups beginning Thursday, November 7 and lasting throughout…

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Cast Call for Goodman Theater’s “A Christmas Carol”

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Cast Call for Goodman Theater’s “A Christmas Carol”

Cast Call for Goodman Theater’s “A Christmas Carol” ALL-CHICAGO, 25-MEMBER CAST ANNOUNCED FOR THE 42ND ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF A CHRISTMAS CAROL, APPEARING NOVEMBER 16 – DECEMBER 29 AT GOODMAN THEATRE **CHICAGO FAVORITE LARRY YANDO APPEARS AS EBENEZER SCROOGE FOR HIS 12TH YEAR AND PARIS STRICKLAND RETURNS FOR HER 3rd YEAR AS TINY TIM** ***SPECIAL EVENTS…

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Brooklyn Historical Society Announces Fall Exhibition

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Brooklyn Historical Society Announces Fall Exhibition

Brooklyn Historical Society Announces Fall Exhibition An Opening by Kameelah Janan Rasheed. Rasheed Presents an Audio and Visual Installation Inspired by the Brooklyn Historical Society’s Muslims in Brooklyn Oral Histories. On View:  September 7, 2019 – June 30, 2020  The Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) is pleased to announce An Opening, an audio and visual installation by Brooklyn-based artist…

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“Miracle” Hit Musical extended through September 29

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“Miracle” Hit Musical extended through September 29

“Miracle” Hit Musical extended through September 29 The hit play “Miracle” celebrates 108th performance on August 30 with special event. From complimentary Chicago-style hot dogs to over-the-top giveaways, MIRACLE is rolling out all the stops to celebrate this milestone for the production. In honor of the 108 years it took the Chicago Cubs to win the…

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New Cubs inspired musical “Miracle” rolls out weekly events and special offiers

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New Cubs inspired musical “Miracle” rolls out weekly events and special offiers

New Cubs inspired musical “Miracle” rolls out weekly events and special offiers From participating in Chicago Cubs Trivia Night to scoring a Family Four Pack deal, sports and theatre fans of all ages can now enjoy unique weekly programming at this hit production. MIRACLE, the hit Chicago musical set against the backdrop of the Chicago…

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Milwaukee Film raises $10 million for Oriental Theatre restoration

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Milwaukee Film raises $10 million for Oriental Theatre restoration

Milwaukee Film raises $10 million for Oriental Theatre restoration Milwaukee Film announces the organization’s success in surpassing a $10 million capital campaign goal to restore the historic Oriental Theatre and provide the non-profit with its first-ever operating reserve. In total, the campaign has raised $10,030,229. The campaign was initiated in 2017, lending support to the…

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