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Not long after 9/11, playwright and actress Rohina Malik attended her best friend's wedding wearing a hijab. "There was an American wedding going on in the same place as our Pakistani wedding," Malik said. "A guest from the American wedding saw me and...
Tags: London Theatre, Family, Music, September 11, 2001 Attacks, Islam
Sun Theater CriticStephen Sondheim has told the story so often, it's nearly a legend. When he was 15, he showed Oscar Hammerstein a musical he had written with two fellow students. He was, he admits, naive enough to think it was worth putting on professionally....
Didn't get cast in Hairspray the first time around? Well, get out those Aquanet cans again - you've got another chance. The hit musical is holding an open-call audition in New York on Sept. 20 for its first national tour, which goes into rehearsal in...
Inspiring music-making isn't necessarily loud, aggressive, self-aggrandizing or heavily promoted. Consider what happens early every Wednesday night at Andy's Jazz Club, where the superb but serenely understated Chicago guitarist Andy Brown leads a...
For RedEyeEAT Revamped Lunch Menu Chicago Q 1160 N. Dearborn St. 312-642-1160 Chef Lee Ann Whippen lightens up the Gold Coast barbecue spot's lunch options for summer with dishes including smoked corn salad ($12.25), summer watermelon salad ($6.25) and a...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Michael Shannon, Salads
Rudyard Kipling hated Chicago. "It holds rather more than a million of people with bodies, and stands on the same sort of soil as Calcutta," wrote the man whom George Orwell dubbed "the prophet of British imperialism in its expansionist phase,"...
NEW YORK — If you were to incarnate the spirit of Broadway — the talent, the showmanship, the stamina for roller coaster rides — Nathan Lane would likely be your man. A first banana with the most hilarious holler since Lou Costello's...
There are many reasons to complain about the notorious parking deal made between the City of Chicago and Chicago Parking Meters LLC, some four years ago under Mayor Richard M. Daley. The rates are outrageously high; the profits for the private-sector...
Hartford CourantTony Award-winner Phylicia Rashad, who directed Westport Country Playhouse’s production of “A Raisin in the Sun” last fall (and who wlll also be staging the upcoming production of “Fences” at New Haven’s Long Wharf...
Tribune reporterJust call it Crain’s Chicago “Show” Business. Beginning in September, Crain’s is replacing Playbill as publisher of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s program guide in a three-year deal. “We’ve been...
RedEye“Graceland” star Daniel Sunjata decided to become an actor partly because he would get to experience different challenges on the job. At the time he may not have been thinking he’d have to surf. “My surfing? As Daniel, not so...
Two components of many a Chicago summer of live entertainment are absent this year — there's no Cirque du Soleil tent at the United Center and no Riverfront Theater at the Tribune Company's Freedom Center. So you'll have to go camping for fun...
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