Trevor Jackson and Lex Scott Davis in Superfly
There are plenty of shows
, and concerts
happening this week. Here's some of what we recommend:
Mon 6/25-Thu 6/28: Superfly
rolls back the clock on African-American movie heroes. Directed by Director X. R, 116 min. Various time, various prices.
Next in the queue for Chicago's free movie screening is Groundhog Day.
"Bill Murray plays an obnoxious TV weatherman from Pittsburgh forced to relive the same wintry day in a small Pennsylvania town over and over again until he gets it right, in an unexpectedly graceful and well-organized comedy (1993) directed and cowritten by Harold Ramis," writes the Reader's
John Rosenbaum. 6:30 PM Pritzker Pavilion, Millennium Park, Michigan and Randolph, free.
Fingerstyle guitar virtuoso Sarah Louise’s
new Deeper Woods
is a love letter to the natural world. 8:30 PM, Constellation, 3111 N. Western, $15, 18+.
Wed 6/27: Tracyanne Campbell
works through the death of her Camera Obscura bandmate in a new duo with Danny Coughlan. "Campbell’s honeyed voice is as distinct and indelible as ever, projecting a blend of classic 60s girl-group sound and 50s dream-pop through a modern, Britpop filter," writes the Reader's
Peter Margasak. 8 PM, Lincoln Hall, 2424 N. Lincoln, $20, 18+.
Wed 6/27-Thu 6/28:
History resonates through Suzan-Lori Parks’s Civil War drama Father Comes Home From the Wars. 7:30 PM, Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn, 312-443-3800, goodmantheatre.org, $10-$40.
Oak Park Festival Theatre uncovers hidden depths in You Can’t Take It With You. 8 PM Austin Gardens, 167 Forest Ave., Oak Park, 708-300-9396, oakparkfestival.com, $32, $27 seniors, $15 students.
In The Displaced,
the ghosts of gentrification won't leave a young couple alone. "Bumps in the night blend with poignant social commentary," writes the Reader's
Marissa Oberlander. 8 PM, Den Theatre, 1331 N. Milwaukee, 773-697-3830, haventheatrechicago.com, $20.