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  • FEB 4 | Blue Sky: 'Yes, And' with The Second City's Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton

    FEB 4 | Blue Sky: 'Yes, And' with The Second City's Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton
    The Second City's Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton have spent decades helping businesses succeed by using the principles of improvisation. Their work has helped countless companies elevate strategy and improve teamwork, and it all starts with the deceptively ordinary phrase, "yes, and." Joined by Chicago Tribune chief theater critic and Sunday columnist Chris Jones, Leonard and Yorton will discuss their experiences in helping unleash creativity in the corporate setting as well as their new book, "Yes, And: How Improvisation Reverses 'No, But' Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration."
  • Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT The Dinner Party City Winery 1200 W. Randolph St. 312-733-9463 The Bristol chef Chris Pandel cooks for the audience and chats with "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" author Rebecca Skloot, comedian David Pasquesi and Chicago Tribune theater...

    Tavi vs Javy: How do they compare?

    Tavi vs Javy: How do they compare?
    Oak Park fashionista and blogger Tavi Gevinson is having a breakout year, starring in a Broadway-bound play at age 18. But is Tavi outshining the city’s cast of baseball whiz kids, a.k.a. Theo Epstein’s precocious young Cubs?  Let’s...

    Video: Dee Snider talks to Chris Jones

    Video: Dee Snider talks to Chris Jones
    On Monday, Twisted Sister frontman and creator of the new musical “Dee Snider’s Rock and Roll Christmas Tale,” Dee Snider, stopped by Tribune Tower to talk to theater critic Chris Jones about his life and his new show, which premieres in...

    Unconventional 'A Master Builder' is an odd success

    Unconventional 'A Master Builder' is an odd success
    The Jonathan Demme film "A Master Builder" will likely appeal more to theater people than to film people, it being Henrik Ibsen and all, as adapted by and starring Wallace Shawn. He plays one of Ibsen's most formidable train wrecks, the tetchy,...