157 W. Ontario
Ontourage, 157 W. Ontario St. (Near North)
1548 N. Wells St. (Old Town)
Jun 20, 2013
100 Proof Comedy, ComedySportz Theatre
Jun 20, 2012
showing 31 to 60 of 64
June 23, 2011 at 4:00AM
Chicago International Film Festival chicagofilmfestival.com
Jason Knade jasonknade.com
Erica Adams ericawadams.blogspot.com
Rea Frey reafrey.com
The Mutation of Fortune by Erica Adams Runners-up
Robbie Q. Telfer robbieqtelfer.com
Printers Row Lit Fest chicagotribune.com/extras/printersrow
Tim Samuelson, cultural historian for the City of Chicago A friend of mine once asked for an introduction to Tim Samuelson.
What's Next Lab at Next Theatre
Noyes Cultural Arts Center, 927 Noyes, Evanston
nexttheatre.org Chicago-based director Dexter Bullard started the Next Lab in 1990, as an experimental adjunct to Evanston's Next Theatre.
664 Vernon, Glencoe
writerstheatre.org It's not in the Chicago Tony club yet, but the little theater started by Michael Halberstam and Marilyn Campbell nearly 20 years ago in the back room of a Glencoe bookstore has been identified as the "best drama company" in the nation by the Wall Street Journal.
The Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Northwestern University, and the League of Chicago Theatres hosting the Belarus Free Theatre In December, the government of Belarus held what it called an election and pretty much everybody else called a travesty.
Chicago Shakespeare Theatre's World's Stage chicagoshakes.com
The Seldoms' Stupormarket theseldoms.org
Fine Arts Building
410 S. Michigan fineartsbuilding.tv
The Chicago Dancing Festival chicagodancingfestival.com
Paper Machete thepapermacheteshow.com
TIE Mindy Rose Schwartz
New Capital Projects
3114 W. Carrol newcapitalprojects.com
Fine Arts Building Did they ever think we would look at them enviously a century later and try to imagine being them—artists and writers and social reformers, all occupying Chicago's first artists colony, downtown?
Don't Fret There's a classic feel to the work of local street artist Don't Fret.
Evanston Public Library
1703 Orrington, Evanston
epl.org The entrance to the main branch of the Evanston Public Library is reached from the west by means of a wide ramp.
The Man With the Golden Arm There's a lot of competition for this honor—movies as various as The Untouchables (1987) and Chicago (2002) have offered up strange, confectionary visions of the city—but the most compelling fake Chicago in movie history was created on the RKO back lot for Otto Preminger's 1955 adaptation of the Nelson Algren novel.
Public Housing Many would hand this prize to Hoop Dreams (1994) Steve James's compassionate, heartbreaking, and finally inspirational story of two poor young men—one from West Garfield Park, the other from Cabrini-Green—who get the chance to pursue basketball careers at a Catholic prep school in Westchester.
Marie's Golden Cue for an eight-second scene in The Dilemma
3241 W. Montrose
773-478-2555 Geneva's on the phone.
The New 400
6746 N. Sheridan
thenew400.com Depending on your temperament, sitting through 137 minutes of the latest installment of Pirates of the Caribbean might require a stiff cocktail.
Ben Russell dimeshow.com
Michael W. Phillips goatdog.com
6008 W. Irving Park
773-685-4291 Oddly the city's best new theater was built in 1927.
Lawrence and Broadway In Sunset Boulevard (1950), when Norma Desmond is reminded that she used to be big, the washed-up screen siren snaps, "I am big!
Portage Theater 4050 N. Milwaukee
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