Jane Glover conducts the Chicago Opera Theater premiere of Mozart’s “La clemenza di Tito.” Last seen in Chicago 20 years ago! Director Christopher Alden makes his Chicago Opera Theater debut.
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Chicago Opera Theater’s 35th Anniversary Season closes with the Chicago premiere of Britten’s “Owen Wingrave.” Sung in English with English supertitles.
African slavery in this country seemed to Abraham Lincoln, throughout his life, an unjustifiable institution. What did Lincoln believe that the status of emancipated slaves should be in the United States both immediately and over the long run?
David Willard, collection manager of the Field Museum’s bird collection, will describe features of the spectacular bird migration through the city of Chicago, as well as some of the on going research on the obstacles a city presents to birds, as they move between wintering and breeding grounds.
In the iconic rooms of the Chicago Cultural Center, dazzlingly decorated for the holidays, DecArts, a new series of conversations and lectures, will highlight the landmark building’s decorative arts – its embellished interior spaces.
This talk will examine the kind of plot jousting that takes place. Reference will also be made to Aristotle’s Poetics where appropriate.
This program features seven poets. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Collaborative Vision: The Poetic Dialogue Project.
Working with celebrated displays of natural beauty such as Fall foliage, cloudscapes, ocean waves, and the like, Doug Fogelson utilizes a novel photographic technique to document nature’s wonders via fine art.
Chicago Public Radio’s Alison Cuddy hosts Howard Alk: A Life on the Edge, a month long film series that highlights the films and times of the late Chicago filmmaker, Howard Alk.
My Friend IrmaA Christmas Story: Originally broadcast December 20, 1948 on CBS. A radio sitcom that often made fun of the title character played by Marie Wilsonas empty headed and naive.
Black Sheep Productions produces provocative and entertaining theater that explores modern social issues while maintaining an accessible aesthetic in the hopes of reaching a diverse audience.
This solo exhibition features paintings and drawings that showcase his talent for depicting the familiar in unusual ways, and for conveying the strange with discipline and skill.
Over a ten-year span, a group of men who were employed in a Chicago steel mill find the bonds of their friendship severely tested as they witness their love and camaraderie escape them as they vehemently pursue what they think is the American Dream.
From the deserts of Rajasthan to the sacred Ganges to the ongoing struggles in Kashmir, photographer Ami Vitale offers a fresh look at the worlds largest democracy and its vibrant people.
Explore the grandeur and complexity of one of the worlds great societies, and find out how this civilization that began in the middle of a lake went on to rapidly become one of the most powerful empires of all time. Trace the rise and fall of the Aztec world exclusively at The Field Museum.