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  • Celebs gather to celebrate 125 years of Auditorium Theatre

    Celebs gather to celebrate 125 years of Auditorium Theatre
    The event: As if on cue, the 125th anniversary of the Auditorium Theatre took center stage on the exact day the theater opened 125 years ago. The national historic landmark, headed by board chairman Melvin L. Katten of Winnetka and executive director...
  • New Trier alumnus manages inaugural Chicago Artists Chorale

    New Trier alumnus manages inaugural Chicago Artists Chorale
    Stephen Schellhardt, who was raised in Winnetka and has appeared in the Glencoe Writers Theatre production of “Days Like Today,” is company manager of the newly formed Chicago Artists Chorale. Schellhardt, a 2001 New Trier Township High...
  • REVIEW: 'Newsies' at the Oriental Theatre

    REVIEW: 'Newsies' at the Oriental Theatre
    Ugly, groggy-eyed and not unlike a low-rent Tony Soprano, I headed to my stoop for my Sunday Tribune. My early-morning eyes landed on an envelope for my very loyal carrier's holiday tip. Excellent timing, Andre! I had the Newsies ringing in my ears. All...
  • 'Mozart in the Jungle' plays it close to home in the classical world

    'Mozart in the Jungle' plays it close to home in the classical world
    Can you hear the hair? On billboards and bus ads across Los Angeles, the curly locks of Gustavo Dudamel often seem to be in motion as the conductor strikes a pose of musical ecstasy. In "Mozart in the Jungle," Amazon's new comedy series set in the...
  • 'Guys and Dolls' rolls the dice at Kravis Center

    'Guys and Dolls' rolls the dice at Kravis Center
    So popular is this Broadway musical, spun off from Damon Runyon's droll short-story collection, that the Frank Loesser-scored production always seems to have a lovable pinstriped thug somewhere in South Florida. Wednesday's one-night-only performance at...
  • Theater News: Hartford Stage's Maxwell Williams New Orleans-Bound

    Theater News: Hartford Stage's Maxwell Williams New Orleans-Bound
    Hartford Stage's associate artistic director will now be running a theater of his own. Maxwell Williams, a member of the Hartford Stage artistic team for more than a decade, is the new artistic director of Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carré located in...
  • Billy Joel's solid pop built to last

    Billy Joel's solid pop built to last
    Like a lot of rock stars of the 1970s, Billy Joel has lost some hair and perhaps added a few inches to his waistline. "I'm Billy's dad," the singer joked in the opening moments of a 2007 concert at the old Amway Arena. "Billy will be out in a little...
  • A Guide To Broadway's Hits And Misses

    A Guide To Broadway's Hits And Misses
    You're a theater-lover from Connecticut and you're taking a trip to Manhattan to catch some shows, or perhaps you're thinking of a holiday gift of tickets to someone. So you pick up a copy of "Time Out New York,'' turn to the theater listings page and...
  • Disney's 'The Lion King' is Broadway's top grosser for 2014

    For the second year in a row, Disney's "The Lion King" has emerged as Broadway's undisputed monarch, beating out perennial rival "Wicked" for the No. 1 box-office spot for 2014. Disney Theatrical also saw success with "Aladdin," which opened in March...
  • Singer, pianist team for jazz concert

    Singer, pianist team for jazz concert
    Singer Janis Siegel teams with jazz pianist Shelly Berg for an evening of jazzy Broadway standards from the Great American Songbook Jan. 14 at Broward Center. "I have looked forward to working with Janis (Siegel) for so many years in concert. We will...
  • Estrenos de cine: 'Into the Woods' y 'Annie'

    Estrenos de cine: 'Into the Woods' y 'Annie'
    Into the Woods * * * Meryl Streep se roba la pantalla mientras entona canciones disfrazada de bruja, pero los personajes protagónicos de este filme son el panadero Baker (James Corden) y su esposa (Emily Blunt). Ellos anhelan tener un hijo, pero no...