A Golden Celebration Of Dance: Auditorium Theatre’s 50th Anniversary Re-Opening

Cool fact, in 1941 the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago closed its doors to the public due to the Great Depression. During this time, many businesses were affected. During the depression, the theatre was only used as a safe haven for servicemen during World War II and its grandeur fell hidden behind unfinished renovations and unused. … Continue reading A Golden Celebration Of Dance: Auditorium Theatre’s 50th Anniversary Re-Opening

Flamenco Roots Discovered on Andalusia’s Trail

This past Tuesday, my friend and I had the pleasure to attend the The Andalusian Trail: The Roots of Flamenco. The 15th Annual Chicago Flamenco Festival Kickoff concert at City Winery - another beautiful addition to Chicago’s historical Fulton Market neighborhood. The concert gave attendees a pre-glimpse into the Chicago Flamenco Festival 2017 launching tonight … Continue reading Flamenco Roots Discovered on Andalusia’s Trail

The Joffrey Ballet Presents: Christopher Wheeldon’s The Nutcracker

The holidays are not the holidays without experiencing a nostalgic moment. This year, I was invited to see the Joffrey Ballet's Nutcracker led by Artistic Director Ashley Wheater, Executive Director Craig Cameron and 2015 Tony Award winner Christopher Wheeldon - the genius behind the choreography. On December 10th - also opening night, my friend Tara … Continue reading The Joffrey Ballet Presents: Christopher Wheeldon’s The Nutcracker

A Glimpse Into MCA Prime Time: Ascend

Chicago transformed into an incubator of the arts this past Saturday. Thanks to MCA Prime Time: Ascend - an after-hours series hosted at the Museum of Contemporary Art, every creative, art enthusiast and social butterfly gathered from different backgrounds to enjoy an eclectic mix of live music, performance art, film screenings and interactive video installations. … Continue reading A Glimpse Into MCA Prime Time: Ascend