Chicago theatre greats Deanna Dunagan and Mike Nussbaum will announce the nominations for the 48th Annual Joseph Jefferson Awards, recognizing excellence in Chicago theatre, on a video to be released Tuesday, August 30 at www.jeffawards.org. Ms. Dunagan and Mr. Nussbaum have often graced the Jeff Awards ceremonies as nominees and recipients during the course of
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Munster, IN – Five Chicago actor-musicians make their Theatre at the Center debut in the musical Pump Boys and Dinettes. Christine Mild as Rhetta Cupp, Shaun Whitley as Jim, Matt Holzfeind as Jackson, Matt Edmonds as L.M. and Cody Siragusa as Eddie are joined by Veronica Garza, who returns to the TATC stage to play
By Barry Reszel Leaving behind a Tony and an Emmy on her New York City mantle, if only for a few days, one of Broadway’s queens is heading to Chicago to lend a hand through her voice and presence to jumpstart an upstart. Saturday, August 20, Tony and Emmy winner LaChanze (The Color Purple, 2006,
CHICAGO – The PrivateBank will sponsor two Broadway In Chicago musical theatre workshop programs on Wednesday, August 17 to foster arts education and provide first-hand theatre industry experiences to Chicago youth. The Musical Theatre Workshops will be comprised of over 150 students from Gallery 37 who signed up from thirteen different high schools in the
CHICAGO – Broadway In Chicago and Producers Fox Theatricals (Kristin Caskey, Mike Isaacson) and Barbara Whitman are thrilled to announce casting for the first National Tour of Fun Home, the groundbreaking, Tony Award-winning Best Musical. The tour will premiere in Chicago at the Oriental Theatre (24 W. Randolph) for a limited two-week engagement November 2 – November 13, 2016. ROBERT