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Tag Archives: Musicals
Things are just getting heated up at the Bank of America Theatre where Come Fly Away is playing through January 22. Sinatra. We know that voice. It’s sexy, confident and masculine. After hours bars, cigars and tumblers of scotch. Romance, … Continue reading
Felicia Boswell (center) leads the cast of the national tour of “Memphis.” Starting November 22, Chicago will get a little taste of Memphis, when the national tour of the Tony-winning hit Broadway production stops in for a few weeks. Through … Continue reading
Broadway in Chicago has some exciting shows lined up for the remainder of 2011 and beginning of 2012, including a solid mix of plays, musicals, dramas, and comedies. What am I most looking forward to? Well, Love, Loss and What … Continue reading