Artists look at the environment and create beauty out of uncertainty. We take another look at a local exhibit.
Actor John Malkovich stars in an unsettling stage show filled with music and murder. He joins us to talk about The Infernal Comedy.
Artists look at the environment and create beauty out of uncertainty. We get a preview of a local exhibit.
What happens when The Second City teams with the Lyric Opera of Chicago? We find out from some of the principal planners of this meeting of musical and comedy minds.
A new curator digs deep into the Museum of Contemporary Art's collection and finds a study in black-and-white.
We visit a treasure-box of a museum in the western suburbs, and find out about the immigrant who built it one stone at a time.
Birds in Ancient EgyptNov 8, 2012 | | Post a Comment > >
We take a look at a new exhibit about the role birds played in ancient Egypt.
The new president of the Field Museum shares his vision for one of the city's cultural icons.
Bandleader Orbert Davis and friends perform their Emmy-winning score from the documentary DuSable to Obama.
We look at the stories behind one of Shakespeare's most well-known and dark dramas.
We talk with Matt Stone and Trey Parker, two of the creators of the musical: The Book of Mormon.
Chicago Sun-Times Theater Critic Hedy Weiss reviews the Tony Award-winning War Horse, the Tony-winner Book of Mormon, and two more shows currently on local stages.
Ancient Art Galleries at the Art InstituteDec 5, 2012 | | Post a Comment > >
A brand new look for some of the oldest artwork at The Art Institute. We preview newly restored classical works from ancient Greece, Rome, and the Byzantine Empire.
We hear from a new 10-man a cappella group reaching for the high notes of success.
Sculpture, Objects, and Functional Art Design FairNov 1, 2012 | | Post a Comment > >
Art and design reign supreme at the SOFA Art Fair. We have an advance look at what you can expect to see.