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03/30/12 Talented, energetic Ngaujah drives engaging 'Fela!'
By Scott Morgan - "Fela!" is full of vibrant color and exuberant life at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago. The 2009 Broadway musical based upon the life of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, which has also played London's National Theatre and in Lagos, Nigeria, continues in... FULL STORY
03/28/12 Weekend picks: AM Taxi heads to Durty Nellie's
By Scott Morgan and Laura Stewart - Lucky Boys spin-off band AM Taxi visits its suburban fans at Durty Nellie's Friday, while one-armed bandits, Jim Gaffigan, and, of course, whoopee cushions are among other weekend activities. Read on for the best of the suburbs this weekend. FULL STORY
03/27/12 Best bets: CLC brings the bluegrass
By Scott Morgan - If you can't get enough of bluegrass music, then don't miss the award-winning band Dailey & Vincent Friday, March 30, at College of Lake County. Triton College hosts the Triton Troupers Circus Show this weekend in River Grove, and comedian Jim... FULL STORY
03/25/12 Sunday picks: See the World's Fair come to life again
By Scott Morgan and Laura Stewart - The 1933-34 World's Fair comes to life again in the Chicago area at the 18th Annual World's Fair Memorabilia Show in Elk Grove Village. Singer/actor Steven Brinberg channels the towering talent of Barbra Streisand in his internationally acclaimed... FULL STORY
03/24/12 Weekend picks: Sister Hazel headlines Viper Alley
By Scott Morgan and Laura Stewart - Sister Hazel performs hits from its albums "Release," "Heartland Highway" and more on Saturday at Viper Alley. The recently formed Morton Arboretum Photographic Society presents its first group exhibit on nature photography... FULL STORY
03/23/12 'Palmer Park' thoroughly researched but rarely riveting
By Scott Morgan - Clockwise Theatre's production of Joanna McClelland Glass' "Palmer Park" often feels more like a documentary or a high-horse lecture on residents trying to maintain a carefully integrated Detroit neighborhood in the late 1960s and early 1970s rather... FULL STORY
03/23/12 Arts agenda
By Scott Morgan - Elgin Theatre Company has auditions for George S. Kaufman and Moss Harts Pulitzer Prize-winning 1930s comedy You Cant Take it With YouFULL STORY
03/21/12 Weekend picks: Get jazzed for Schaumburg Jazz Fest
By Scott Morgan and Laura Stewart - Get ready for a musical weekend as Grammy Award-winning jazz artists Larry Carlton, Norman Brown and more headline the Schaumburg Jazz Fest this weekend at the Prairie Center for the Arts. Come early for March Madness specials Friday and then stick... FULL STORY
03/20/12 Unruly 'Hair' lots of fun at Paramount
By Scott C. Morgan - "Hair" brings the 1960s back to life in Paramount Theatre's energetic and Broadway-caliber production in Aurora. The show concludes Paramount's amazing first season on a strong note. In just one season, the theater has proved to be a prime... FULL STORY
03/20/12 Best bets: Stay up late with Dave Attell at the Improv
By Scott Morgan - If you loved comedian Dave Attell on his acclaimed Comedy Central series "Insomniac With Dave Attell," then don't miss him live this weekend at the Improv Comedy Showcase in Schaumburg. Video game fanatics should love the touring and... FULL STORY
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