Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Thalia Hall partner to present a two-night-only concert event from Belgium as part of the yearlong Shakespeare 400 Chicago celebration—Theater Zuidpool’s Macbeth. A dynamic and feverish production bordering between underground opera and rock concert, this Macbeth is a music theater deconstruction of one of Shakespeare’s most recognizable works with an original score
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CHICAGO – Hold the door for “Thrones! The Musical Parody,” returning to the Apollo Theater Chicago (2540 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago) September 15 following a successful start to performances earlier this summer. From the creative team behind “Baby Wants Candy” and “50 Shades! The Musical Parody,” the fall run of the “Game of Thrones” send-up features
Refuge Theatre Project’s first musical movie sing-long extravaganza, of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, is set for Aug. 18, 8 pm, North Bar, 1637 West North Avenue, Chicago. Presale tickets are $15, and are available here. The price includes cover charge, one drink and props galore. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door for
(Highland Park, IL) Musically Human Theatre (MHT), a professional not-for-profit company focusing on musical theatre, has signed a lease with the City of Highland Park for space in the Karger Center at 1850 Green Bay Road, Producing Artistic Director David Norwood announced today. MHT’s first season in the venue recently vacated by The Music Theatre
CHICAGO, IL— Presented by the original New York producers, in conjunction with Chicago Theater Works, one of Chicago’s longest running, smash hit shows, Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding, returns to the Windy City beginning Thursday, September 22, 2016, opening September 29, and running through December 30only. Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding played an incredible 16 years in