We talk about the brewing battle centering on property seizures and the expansion of NEIU's campus. And, we look the community efforts Englewood residents are taking to combat violence. Later, we hear the country tunes of musicians Sally Timms, Jon Langford, and Robbie Fulks.
Cinco de Mayo is here at last! Entice your senses with Lucha VaVoom’s Cinco de Mayo Spectacular. This Saturday, Lucha VaVoom puts on a comedy-burlesque-wrestling show at the Park West Theatre, 332 W. Armitage Avenue. The show is for adults over 18 only. It begins at 9:30pm.
It will be a smooth transition for the Chicago office of Actors Equity Association, with long-time high-level staffer Christine Provost named to succeed Kathryn V. Lamkey as Central Regional Director/Assistant Executive Director, effective January 1.
So here’s good news, and a second thought. Chicago Community Trust has just awarded $50,000 to the Center for Performing Arts at Governors State University to bring in eta Creative Arts, MPAACT and Silk Road Theatre Project. The program is called “One More Night” and
If you think with Tolstoy that each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way, you may find yourself startled by Brothers in the Dust, Congo Square Theatre Company's new production at the Chicago Center for the Performing Arts.