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 …

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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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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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Sweeping movements and flourishing melodies graced the stage of the Lyric Opera House Oct. 6 as members of Chicago’s Lyric Opera and the Joffrey Ballet collaborated in the highly anticipated modern-day dramatization of Christoph Willibald …

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“The Simpsons” is coming to Loyola in an unconventional way. The Department of Fine and Performing Arts will be performing the eclectic “Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play,” for its second production of the semester. Written …

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The Lyric Opera and Joffrey Ballet are teaming up for the first time this season in a highly anticipated production of composer Christoph Willibald Gluck’s “Orphée et Eurydice.”

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Coffee shops are a staple of social life for college students. They offer a space to meet friends, do homework and stress-cry into double-shot cappuccinos. Almost every Chicago neighborhood has a few. The newest coffee …

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  The year 1984 has come and gone, yet George Orwell’s vision of a totalitarian war state still feels prophetic. Exploring themes of privacy, censorship, nationalism and violence, Orwell’s renowned 1949 novel, “1984,” brings its …