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Daily Rehearsal: Comedian Beth Stelling makes her 'Conan' debut

Recent Chicago drop-out Beth Stelling was on Conan last night. She discusses our fair city vs. LA for a moment, all with her trademark dry delivery.

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- Recent Chicago drop-out Beth Stelling was on Conan last night. She discusses our fair city vs. LA for a moment, all with her trademark dry delivery.

- How could we forget about Jay Pharoah? He was on Afternoon Shift last week.

- Heidi Weiss calls Michael Jackson: The Immortal Tour “Nostalgia on steroids. The Sun-Times also has a full rundown of the acts involved in this complicated production.

- The Joffrey Ballet‘s Nutcracker tickets will be on sale tomorrow for one day only -- and this means on sale on sale, like 50% off those tickets as well as Academy of Dance classes and merchandise. This is Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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