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The Big City Blog: Three legendary musicals — Les Miserables, The Music Man and CATS — play Chicago in July and August

Les Miserables, the Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon from Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg that's been seen by 120 million...

First Look review: The entertaining “Lottery Day” at the Goodman Theatre holds a magnifying glass to Chicago, revealing both pleasures and problems

The qualities of theater, as opposed to other forms of art, make it uniquely suited for blurring the boundaries between art and life....

First Look review: The Goodman’s “Support Group for Men” is comedic therapy for navigating through what it means to be a man in today’s America

The characters are written to be so well-rounded and fleshed out, it sets up for a wonderfully enjoyable comedic backdrop for the show.

First Look review: The Goodman’s “Yasmina’s Necklace” is a heartwarming love story told through a unique lens

Yasmina’s Necklace is speckled with honest, family moments while having the ability to tackle serious themes such as racism, culture...

First Look review: The Goodman’s “Ah, Wilderness” is a funny, endearing tale of teenage heartache

Ah, Wilderness is a very well-rounded show that had me thinking back to the foolish tendencies I had as a love-struck teenage boy.

We Ask, They Answer: Q&A with Karl Hamilton, star of “Wonderful Town” playing at the Goodman Theatre

We Ask, They Answer: Q&A with Karl Hamilton, star of "Wonderful Town" playing at the Goodman Theatre

First Look review: Watch good Midwestern people fall under the spell of influence and power in The Goodman Theatre’s “Soups, Stews, and Casseroles: 1976”

Through Kim — and the wonderful performance by Cliff Chamberlain — the audience is thrown right into the big questions. It’s more...

First Look review: The Goodman’s “Rapture, Blister, Burn” tackles decades of feminist theories with a smart, funny approach

First Look review: The Goodman’s "Rapture, Blister, Burn" tackles decades of feminist theories with a smart, funny approach

First Look review: “Smokefall” returns to the Goodman Theatre, offering a compelling look at the depth of family and life choices

First Look review: "Smokefall" returns to the Goodman Theatre, offering a compelling look at the depth of family and life choices

Inside Scoop: Bears game shuttles, 13th Floor Haunted House, Second City’s holiday show and Nature Nuts at the Notebaert Museum

Inside Scoop: Bears game shuttles, 13th Floor Haunted House, Second City's holiday show and Nature Nuts at the Notebaert Museum