The Pride Arts Center – located right on the parade route – will celebrate its first Pride Parade with a free light breakfast of coffee, snacks, and camaraderie beginning at 10 am on Sunday, June 25 in The Broadway, Pride Arts Center at 4139 N. Broadway. A short “Call to Action” rally will be held
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CHICAGO – Chicago Opera Theater (COT) announces the appointment of Lidiya Yankovskaya as the company’s new Music Director. An emerging leader in music and opera, Yankovskaya joins COT after extensive work on the East Coast, where she currently serves as Artistic Director of Juventas New Music Ensemble, the Music Director with Commonwealth Lyric Theater, Chorus
CHICAGO – Broadway In Chicago and the producers of ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE are thrilled to announce tickets will go on sale to the public tomorrow, June 20, 2017 at 10AM CT. ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE, the new musical featuring the songs of iconic singer-songwriter-author Jimmy Buffett, will play Broadway In Chicago’s Oriental Theatre for a limited
Chicago – Cirque du Soleil is thrilled to venture into uncharted territory with its brand new creation, Cirque du Soleil Crystal, exploring the artistic attributes of ice for the very first time. Specifically created for arenas, the state-of-the-art production will create a fresh innovative experience, pushing the boundaries once again by combining outstanding skating and
CHICAGO – Pride Films and Plays’ 2017-18 season – its first full season in residence at the Pride Arts Center – will bring Chicago its first look at three plays that examine gay and lesbian lives in earlier decades of the 20th Century, according to Executive Director David Zak and Artistic Director Nelson Rodriguez. Rodriguez