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Valparaiso’s Chicago Street Theatre is now accepting registrations for its summer camp programs. Camps are available for kindergartners to seniors in high school and cover […]
★★1/2 Jackie Robinson was the ideal class act to break the barrier and become the first black player in Major League Baseball. Writer-director Brian Helgeland’s […]
Michael Douglas and Steven Soderbergh were working on the film “Traffic” when the director asked Douglas if he’d ever thought about playing Liberace. “I looked […]
At a recent gathering of newly ordained pastors serving in their first ministerial posts, I heard all kinds of “stories from the trenches.” Many of […]
Strange as the news sometimes seems, the dramas unfolding around us often replicate story lines old as the hills and just as familiar. Everyone […]
Eclectic. Theatrical. Unusual. 20th century. In announcing its 2014 season, Chicago Opera Theater continues to move in different directions from its recent past while building on […]