A Midsummer Night's Dream

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 28, 2014
Eighteen of Chicago's parks are places for neighborhoods to congregate and enjoy summer entertainment. Residents and tourists alike may gather for community and culture with an evening of Shakespeare.

The Final Terror

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Monday Jul 28, 2014
Shout Factory, how I love thee. You've pulled out yet another cult horror movie from oblivion, one that had to be culled from six different source prints to come together on a terrific Blu-ray package.

Heaven Is for Real

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Monday Jul 28, 2014
After a near-death experience, a small boy recounts his experiences on the edge of heaven and talking with Jesus, and a loving father must stand up and support his son's statements.

Man Who Punched NYC Gay Club Bartender Charged With Assault

By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jul 28, 2014
A man who reportedly punched a bartender of a New York City gay club earlier this month was arraigned Tuesday for the attack in Hell's Kitchen.

Strictly Dishonorable.

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 28, 2014


By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 28, 2014
Vincent Caruso's "Clueless," the incandescent John Henry McMahon-directed 30-minute one-act, may fuel an interesting conversation after the actors have taken their bows.

Hay Fever

By Winnie McCroy | Sunday Jul 27, 2014
Things don't turn out as planned for the guests invited to spend the weekend at the Bliss country house in this hilarious 2nd Story Theatre production of Noel Coward's classic.

Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story

Sunday Jul 27, 2014
The Pershing Square Signature Theater stages the bio-tuner about the life of the Brill Building songwriter and producer who composed "Twist and Shout," "Cry Baby," "Here Comes The Night" and more.

The Pianist of Willesden Lane

By Winnie McCroy | Sunday Jul 27, 2014
Mona Golabek's one-woman show/piano concerto is currently sending waves of tears into 59th Street.

Guys & Dolls

By Winnie McCroy | Sunday Jul 27, 2014
Cupid's arrows strikes when a sinful New York City gambler crosses paths with a woman on a mission to save souls in this classic musical fable at Ocean State Theatre.

Flagging In The Park :: July 26, 2014

By Ann Foucher | Sunday Jul 27, 2014
A communication tool for flaggers, fanner, poi spinner and other flow arts who gather monthly in the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco during the spring and summer.