Posts in category "Arts and Culture"

Redmoon's Spectacle Lunatique: A Magical Night Honoring Howard Tullman (Video)

One of Chicago’s most anticipated galas, Redmoon Theater’s annual Spectacle Lunatique will be held on Saturday, March 15.  This decadent night of inspired performances and culinary delights will be held in the industrial elegance of Redmoon’s 57,000-square foot warehouse studio in Pilsen.  Over 1,000 of Chicago’s civic, cultural and business leaders gather for Spectacle Lunatique each... Read more »

The Joffrey Ballet's Celebration Gala to Honor 10th Anniversary of Women's Board

The Joffrey Ballet's Celebration Gala to Honor 10th Anniversary of  Women's Board
I am so excited to share the news about this year’s Joffrey Ballet Celebration Gala on Sunday, May 6th at the historic Palmer House Hilton, located at17 E. Monroe. This year’s event will be a tribute to the 10th anniversary of the Joffrey’s dynamic Women’s Board who have raised a staggering $16 million, making them... Read more »

The British Are Coming: Actor Jeremy Irons to Host WTTW/WFMT Annual Benefit on May 9th

The British Are Coming: Actor Jeremy Irons to Host WTTW/WFMT Annual Benefit on May 9th
For WTTW11 and 98.7WFMT’s annual benefit, this year themed “The British Are Coming,” Oscar, Tony, Golden Globe, and Emmy-winning actor Jeremy Irons will serve as Master of Ceremonies. The event will highlight the significant influence of British arts and culture on WTTW11 and 98.7WFMT programming and mark the year of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee and... Read more »
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One Night Only at the DuSable Museum: "Something About Oscar Brown, Jr."

One Night Only at the DuSable Museum: "Something About Oscar Brown, Jr."
“The Great GOD-send moment that changed my life was meeting Oscar Brown, Jr. in August 1985!  I studied with Oscar in his Hyde Park apartment in Fall ’85 and Spring ’86 hoping to be admitted to the Yale School of Drama.  The hip audition we developed didn’t work because it was misunderstood, which was often the case... Read more »