For a pre-Halloween weekend pondering--- the meaning of masquerades, especially in Miller this weekend; films on eternal life and an unveiling by Mitch Markovitz at the Merrillville-Ross Township Museum.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
Romantic adventures with NISO's concert of requited (Schumann) and unrequited (Tchaikovsky) tomorrow night and a collaborative work about George Mallory's frustration with Mt. Everest and on Saturday an exhibition by inspiring artist-couples. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, S…
Great visuals are coming up, including the Abstract Expressionism of Robert Rauschenberg opening tonight at GRAM; Anthony Droege's paintings at Main Street Galleries in Benton Harbor starting tomorrow and an exhibit for Black History Month at KIA. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Edit…
CBS Morning Weatherperson Megan Glaros and her brother Matt co-host Shore Bridal event Sunday; Tryon Farm's Eve and Ed Noonan present at Cliff Dwellers next week and Andy Urschel and Justin Treasure direct Albee's 'The Goat' at CTG opening Friday. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Ed…
Two legendary and inspiring patrons of the arts --- Former Chicago First Lady Maggie Daley and Grand Rapids' Frederik Meijer --- passed away last week and while we mourn them, we also celebrate the rich legacies they left behind. They were visionaries and pragmatists who made big dreams come true.
Valparaiso's CTG Chair Jonni Pera announces a casting call for plays by Edward Albee, David Mamet channeling Anton Chekhov, Jim Henry and William Shakespeare this Saturday for the theater's remaining productions this season; the second Pop Up Art on Lake Street in Miller Beach featuring the …
Actor-filmmaker Robert Townsend famously maxed out his credit cards to finance his satire "Hollywood Shuffle" (1987). But the Chicago native credits his success to God.
Playwright Edward Albee wins MacDowell Medal
Carrie Coon and Madison Dirks (seated) react to ensemble members Amy Morton and Tracy Letts in the roles of Martha and George in Steppenwolf Theatre Company's production of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" directed by Pam MacKinnon.
After three rounds of auditions, actress Carrie Coon was relieved and ecstatic when she was told she had been cast in the role of the tipsy young wife Honey in Steppenwolf Theatre's new production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
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