Chicago Live! premiere

The Chicago Live! show premieres at the Chicago Theatre. The first stage and radio show produced by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP003016799" title="Chicago Tribune" href="/topic/arts-culture/mass-media/newspapers/chicago-tribune-ORCRP003016799.topic">the Chicago Tribune</a>, in partnership with <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCUL000007" title="The Second City" href="/topic/entertainment/theater/the-second-city-ORCUL000007.topic">The Second City</a>, featured <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PERLL000313" title="Michael Pfleger" href="/topic/religion-belief/christianity/roman-catholicism/michael-pfleger-PERLL000313.topic">Rev. Michael Pfleger</a>, interviewed by Tribune religion writer Manya Brachear, a live performance from Billy Elliot, Kevin Coval and the Louder Than A Bomb poets, comedy from The Second City, movies with Tribune critic <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000008127" title="Michael Phillips" href="/topic/arts-culture/journalism/michael-phillips-PECLB0000008127.topic">Michael Phillips</a>, sports with Tribune columnists <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="1.03E+13" title="David Haugh" href="/topic/arts-culture/journalism/david-haugh-1.03E+13.topic">David Haugh</a> and Steve Rosenbloom and Jen Weigel hosting a meet and mingle.
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( Brian Cassella, Chicago Tribune / October 14, 2010 )

The Chicago Live! show premieres at the Chicago Theatre. The first stage and radio show produced by the Chicago Tribune, in partnership with The Second City, featured Rev. Michael Pfleger, interviewed by Tribune religion writer Manya Brachear, a live performance from Billy Elliot, Kevin Coval and the Louder Than A Bomb poets, comedy from The Second City, movies with Tribune critic Michael Phillips, sports with Tribune columnists David Haugh and Steve Rosenbloom and Jen Weigel hosting a meet and mingle.

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