Arts & Entertainment

The lobby of Chicago’s grand Auditorium Theatre (50 E. Congress Parkway) isn’t overtly spectacular. The floors contain original mosaic tile and the staircases are tastefully embellished with a touch of architect Louis Sullivan’s signature ornate …

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Participating theaters around Chicago will be offering special productions at discounted prices to expose a larger audience to the richness and diversity of Chicago’s theater scene as part of the sixth annual Chicago Theatre Week. …

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Continuing the celebration of its 35th anniversary season, Edgewater’s Raven Theatre (6157 N. Clark St.) is hosting the premiere of playwright Melissa Ross’ “Nice Girl” Jan. 24. Directed by Lauren Shouse, this contemplative drama laced …

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The latest production out of Second City Studios, “Identity Heist,” premiered at Judy’s Beat Lounge (230 North Ave.) this week. Starring Meghan Babbe, the “Tonight Show” parody featured plenty of witty improv that had the small …

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After opening on Broadway in 2016 and debuting its 13-city national tour in Seattle this past November, Steve Karam’s one-act play, “The Humans,” is set to premiere at Chicago’s Cadillac Palace Theater (151 W. Randolph …

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The LUC Theater Department has a wide array of productions for this upcoming season. What ever your interests may be, there is certainly something for you to enjoy.

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Steppenwolf Theatre Co. premiered its new production, “The Minutes,” a single act political-comedy based around a small town theme Nov. 21 at the Downstairs Theatre (1650 N. Halsted St.). The intriguing play from the mind …

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Palm trees are waving in the breeze, and the smell of ocean is in the air. Tourists and locals are out and about, carelessly enjoying the warm summer sunshine. For two hours, Margaritaville will transform …