Arts & Entertainment

Rags to riches — most have heard the saying and wished they were the lucky person whose life in poverty transforms to one of wealth and newfound happiness. But this story isn’t just seen in …

Theater

Domestic violence is at the center of a new play from Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA). “Domestic: 3 Works by Women” opened Oct. 5 and is an anthology of three one-act plays …

Theater

Goodman Theatre (170 N. Dearborn St.) hosted a College Night Sept. 27. Students had the opportunity to see director Robert Falls’ musical memoir, “We’re Only Alive For A Short Time” and participate in a Q&A …

Arts & Entertainment

The Griffin Theatre Company (5301 N. Damen Ave.) celebrated the end of its 30th season with the premiere of “The Harvest” at The Den Theatre. “The Harvest,” written by the recipient of the 2012 Whiting …

Arts & Entertainment

In celebration of the beloved 1939 MGM film, “The Wizard of Oz” made its Chicago debut March 8 at the iconic Chicago Theatre (175 N. State St.). Directed by Dean Sobon and choreographed by Amy …

Arts & Entertainment

“Pretty Woman: The Musical” made its debut at Chicago’s Oriental Theatre (24 W. Randolph St.) March 13, bringing director Garry Marshall’s beloved love story alive in musical form. Featuring original music and lyrics by Jim …

Arts & Entertainment

Fans of hit shows from the 2000s such as “iCarly,” “Drake & Josh” and “Wizards of Waverly Place” are in for a treat throughout April. “Tween TV” comedy sketches written by a new sketch writing …

Arts & Entertainment

Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts will be putting on a production of the renowned musical “Cabaret” April 5-15. The show takes place in Berlin in the early 1930s during the rise of the …