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 …

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The school year has come to a close and the weather is warming up, which means summer in Chicago has finally arrived. From its extensive food scene to activities perfect for sports enthusiasts, Chicago has …

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For two days, Loyola students and Chicagoans will have the opportunity to experience independent international films on campus. The inaugural Chicago Independent Film (+TV) Festival (CIFF) is scheduled to make its debut April 28, with …

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Evanston’s Lock Chicago (820 Davis St., Suite 151) is bringing a unique entertainment experience to the city with its new virtual reality lounge. At the virtual reality lounge, guests can explore the depths of the …

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“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 …

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With each new romantic drama released, it becomes increasingly difficult to put a new spin on a boy-meets-girl love story. Hitting theaters March 23, “Midnight Sun” succeeds in creating a romantic drama that separates itself …

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The world premiere of “Pretty Woman: The Musical,” based on one of the most beloved romantic comedies of all time, will open at Chicago’s Oriental Theatre (24 W. Randolph St.) March 13 before headlining Broadway …

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After attending the event four years in a row, Loyola’s co-ed, competitive a cappella group, Counterpoint, placed for the first time in a competition, winning third place at this year’s International Championship of Collegiate A …