Chicagoland musical theatre leading ladies Cory Goodrich and Christine Mild are hosting a joint CD release event at 8 pm on Aug. 16 at Uncommon Ground’s Lakeview location, 3800 North Clark Street, Chicago. Both artists will be singing each of their new albums: Goodrich’s “Wildwood Flower” and Mild’s “Love is Everything.” Tickets are $10 and,
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Arlington Heights, IL – Metropolis’ annual ladies only fundraising event, Sunday Soiree, is being held at Metropolis on October 2, 2016. It’s our fun, ladies only annual fundraiser; the Metropolis Ballroom will be filled with exciting vendors featuring everything from jewelry to clothing to holiday gifts, and much more. Have a glass of wine and
CHICAGO – Complete casting has been announced for Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre’s Chicago premiere of the heralded off-Broadway musical Fly by Night – the story of a love triangle between a young sandwich maker and two sisters recently relocated from South Dakota to New York. Playing the Narrator (who also assumes multiple roles) will be
By Erin Fleming “Where you wanna go on a Saturday night?” It’s a good question, and the opening line to an uptempo rock gem of a number called “Too Drunk To Be 15,” from the show Jenna Roxy and The Church of Modern Love, a new musical described as a “super immersive Hedwig” – and
CHICAGO – Refuge Theatre Project will again perform in a non-traditional space for their production of bare: a pop opera, which will complete the company’s second season with a five-week run from October 7 through November 6, 2016. The sanctuary of Epworth United Methodist Church at 5253 N. Kenmore will be the stage for this