Chicago—Chicago Shakespeare Theater announces today a line-up of exciting programs for the month of December, making the Theater a virtual holiday destination for entertaining delights and enchanting discoveries. Audiences of all ages are invited to return to Neverland with a FREE on-demand streaming performance of Peter Pan – A Musical Adventure. The newly re-mastered recording of
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CHICAGO – Hell in a Handbag Productions is pleased to announce its annual benefit “The Morning After,” featuring the streaming world premiere of the smash hit musical that started it all for them, POSEIDON! An Upside-Down Musical on Friday, January 1, 2021 from 6 – 9:30 pm CST. Tickets ($22–$30) include a 6 pm pre-show
Here is a list of streaming shows through the holiday season and links to viewing information and to reviews published on our site. Please check back; we will update this page as new offerings are announced. Burning Bluebeard: Porchlight Musical Theatre Our review from 2019’s live production Eleanor’s Very Merry Christmas Wish: DMT Entertainment and
CHICAGO – New York-based musical theatre writing team Bird & Mirabella are pleased to announce two new episodes of their free musical podcast “What Will She Do Next?,” both celebrating notable women in the military. Performed by Broadway, film and TV stars, these family-friendly podcasts use interactive storytelling and Broadway-style songs to celebrate key moments
By Quinn Rigg As fireplaces begin to glow and kitchens begin working overtime, people are trying to find footing as they take the next steps forward. The nation is in flux, families are in quarantine and entire communities are still in limbo. And yet, hope sits on the horizon. This holiday season has the same