Chicago’s premier classical dance company.
Physically and artistically daring works.
Their alumni roster reads like a who’s who of theater – John Malkovich, Gary Sinise and Joan Allen all honed their skills here.
Musicals based on popular African-American icons.
4520 N. Beacon St., Ravenswood
A truly grand theater with historic-landmark status, the Auditorium is worth a visit to experience late-19th-century Chicago opulence.
50 E. Congress Pkwy
1616 N. Wells St., Near North
Just two miles from our luxury hotel is this world-class theater.
The Magnificent Mile lights up with celebration the Saturday before Thanksgiving. There’s music, ice carving contests and stage shows. The culmination is the illumination of more than one million lights.
The nation’s largest festival for improvisers occurs each spring.
Nowhere else (perhaps outside of Ireland itself) will you see a city dye their river green. Shamrocks decorate the streets, the center stripe of Dearborn Street is painted green from Wacker Drive to Van Buren Street. Take in all the bagpipe music and green beer you ever wished for. The parade can last up to four hours.
A four-day, three stage event in June starring the who’s who of the blues from Chicago and around the country.
Gospel music brings its joyful sounds to Grant Park in early June.
Celebrate all things Irish including food, art, storytelling, dance and a bagpipers circle. You may possible leave with a desire to quote charming Celtic blessings. Held in Grant Park during the month of September.