From tap to traditional, Chicago has numerous dance performances scheduled through the early fall. Grab your friends and make a day of seeing a dance performance.
Among the many wonderful ways to celebrate African American culture and history this month, these noteworthy events are great options to consider.
With the Thanksgiving holiday already past, now is the time to really venture out and celebrate the festive season of lights. As Christmas day draws near, these recommended area attractions will bring much joy and peace to everyone in the family.
For those who enjoy going to the ballet and for aspiring dancers as well, the following list of performing arts venues and studios are among the best Chicago has to offer.
If going to an opera is on your bucket list of things to do, than you definitely want to check out some of these Chicago performances.
Chicago’s Hubbard Street Dance company is planning a special full-evening dance program to mark its 35th anniversary this fall.
The music of George Frederic Handel came to life at the Harris Theater in Millennium Park Monday, as hundreds of people sang in unison as part of the 36th annual Do-It-Yourself Messiah.
The Dalai Lama returns to Chicago this weekend to address crowds at the UIC Pavilion and Millennium Park.
The Dalai Lama is returning to Chicago this summer, to deliver a public talk and conversation.
Harris Theater for Music and Dance is located in Chicago’s Millennium Park. This non-profit theater partners with some of the best local and internationally renowned performing arts institutions. Providing a stage, technical expertise, equipment and marketing support to premiere theater, helps bring the best of music and dance to Chicago.