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  • Edward Norton on 'Budapest,' 'Birdman' and final bows

    Edward Norton on 'Budapest,' 'Birdman' and final bows
    In "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Wes Anderson's candy-bright fable of decades in the life of the title European edifice, he's Inspector Henckels, a late-1930s police officer and a gentleman, a bright flash of civility before a dark era. The film received...
  • Datebook for Feb. 12

    Datebook for Feb. 12
    ART ANTIOCH FINE ARTS FOUNDATION GALLERY: 41380 Route 83. (847) 838-2274; http://www.antiochfinearts.org. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. The annual People's Choice Awards is on display...
  • DHS graduate is composer of new Chicago kids' musical

    DHS graduate is composer of new Chicago kids' musical
    Danny Abosch wrote his first musical when he was a senior at Deerfield High School. It was called "Unwritten Rules" and premiered at Caruso Middle School. Since then, Abosch has come a long way in the field of musical theatre writing and composing. At...
  • 'Smokefall' will get a New York production

    'Smokefall' will get a New York production
    Noah Haidle’s play “Smokefall,” which had two highly successful runs at the Goodman Theatre starring Mike Nussbaum, is to have a New York production at the MCC Theater early in 2016, it was announced in New York on Tuesday.  Anne...
  • Smallest 'Tommy' actor growing in big role

     Smallest 'Tommy' actor growing in big role
    I think I'm going to like Peyton Owen when he responds to my outstretched arm with a long, firm handshake. I know I like him after he answers my first question. So, you're a fifth-grader playing a 4-year-old," I say with a playful smile to the young...
  • 'Everyone's a little bit racist'

    'Everyone's a little bit racist'
    F.B.I Director James Comey did the nation a huge favor last week when he publicly acknowledged that too many police officers allow unconscious racial biases to influence their conduct toward young black men. That is a reality residents of the nation's...
  • A song from Broadway musical 'Doctor Zhivago' is released online in time for Valentine's Day

    A soaring, deeply romantic tune from the upcoming Broadway musical "Doctor Zhivago" has been released — just in time for Valentine's Day. The song "Now," sung by Tam Mutu as Yurii Zhivago and Kelli Barrett as his paramour, Lara, can be heard on the...
  • 8 Valentine's Day shows in Chicago

    8 Valentine's Day shows in Chicago
    Whether you're looking for the perfect Valentine's Day date idea or just a few good laughs to distract from the sugar-coated Hallmark holiday, Chicago's theaters have you covered. From true tales of dates gone wrong to couples struggling with the zombie...
  • Five Things to Do in Northwest Indiana Feb. 13-19

    Looking for something to do this week? Here are five things you can do in Northwest Indiana Feb. 13-19. Northwest Indiana Symphony presents Big Romance at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14 at the Auditorium at Bethel Church, 10202 Broadway, Crown Point. Tickets are...
  • Hollywood Heritage celebrates Eddie Cantor's legacy

     Hollywood Heritage celebrates Eddie Cantor's legacy
    On Wednesday, Hollywood Heritage's Evening at the Barn celebrates the legacy of Eddie Cantor. The singer-actor-comedian-songwriter made his vaudeville debut as a teenager and went on to star on Broadway in such musicals as "Whoopee." Cantor headlined...
  • 'Enter Laughing': Carl Reiner story sings its way onto Wallis stage

    'Enter Laughing': Carl Reiner story sings its way onto Wallis stage
    “Enter Laughing,” Carl Reiner’s semi-autobiographical 1958 novel, has had nearly as varied a career as its author. Playwright Joseph Stein (“Fiddler on the Roof”) turned it into a Broadway play (1963), a film (1967), a...