Broadway In Chicago
Baby, Johnny and the summer of 1963 are back but this time the story of Dirty Dancing is playing out on stage in Chicago.
Broadway in Chicago hosts its annual free concert in Millennium Park on Monday night, and one of the musicals that will be showcased has never been seen anywhere before.
For 50 years, John Rubenstein has been a familiar face on stage, in movies and on television but he’s also known for creating the original role of Pippin in 1972.
Joe Coots grew up in the small town of Winnebago, just west of Rockford.
The problem when Mother’s Day rolls around is finding the best way to say thank you, I love you and I appreciate you.
If you think you can sing like Carole King, the producers of the musical “Beautiful” want to listen to you, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
The Twisted Sister frontman says his “Rock & Roll Christmas Tale” is a sort of “Wonderful Life” show that mixes Christmas with rock and roll.
After Labor Day weekend’s goodbye to the lazy days of summer, a re-energized city welcomes autumn with fall fests, a new theater season, blockbuster art shows and fun outdoor explorations. Here are some of Chicago’s best happenings this fall.
The most popular stage production in Chicago history is coming back this fall.
Officials planning the NATO and G8 summits have launched a campaign to convince Chicago residents that the upcoming meetings will be more than worth the inconvenience they might cause.
Head to the theater and check out the newest Broadway In Chicago, coming Summer 2011.
Check out what’s happening this week in Chicagoland. From The Flower & Garden Show to St. Patrick’s Day parades and Dancing With Chicago Celebrities — these are the events you don’t want to miss!
From new plays to old favorites, here is some of the best Broadway theater in Chicago.
Disappointing ticket sales are presumably to blame.