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Theatres in Chicago, IL
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2.Steppenwolf Theatre Co
1650 N Halsted St
This is the most important theatre company in America. They manage to do challenging work that is still accessible and entertaining. Founded by a bunch of 'kids' in the basement of a church (or so the legend goes), the Steppenwolf's rise to international prominence is unequaled. Tickets too pricey for you? You can usher and see the show for free.
600 N Michigan Ave
Screen Count: 9
4.Ice Chatham Theaters
210 W 87th St
Every time I went to this place it was clean and quiet. I love it for it to be in an urban area.
4614 N Lincoln Ave
great place to see a movie, in the neighborhood, cozy seats, great ambiance, easy street parking, great restaurants walking distance. True-could use a cleaning, but it's so dark in there, who can tell?
6.Chicago Center for the Performing Arts
777 N Green St
Its a really great building. They do a lot of very progressive work here for the Chicago area performing arts scene. I have never been disappointed with their shows or their classes. Check them out! Call the office for info on classes and shows - there's always new programs starting each week.
7.Theatre On The Lake
2401 E 71st St
8.Century Centre Cinema
2828 N Clark St
One hopes that Mark Cuban knows what a treasure he's purchased in Landmark Theatres and that he'll leave them be. Meanwhile, the Lincoln Park multiplex (near Landmark's first Chicago acquisition, the Parkway, now a Lenscrafters) is an example of how to run an speciality plex. Comfortable theaters with good sound and projection, good concessions (although I wish they had not succombed to Coke), friendly, film-savvy employees and a great mix of Indie-wood, ""true indie,"" documentaries and subtitled films (even the occasional mainsteam pic like ""Connie and Carla,"" which fits considering the Century's neighborhood). Even the IFC commercials before the film are entertaining the first five or six times. Chicago long needed a facility like Landmark Century--its success proves that Chicagoans will support a well-run specialty house and it's made the Music Box a more competitive operation.
9.Rosebud Theatre District
70 W Madison St
My Cajun Shrimp salad was amazing today. Perfect seasoning and fresh. Tasty and hit the spot. George the manager is the best.
10.Bailiwick Repertory Theatre
1229 W Belmont Ave
Bailiwick Repertory Theatre (BRT) is closed and the company was dissolved in Fall 2009. \r \r A new company called Bailiwick Chicago was created by some of the artists formerly associated with BRT.
11.About Face Theatre
5252 N Broadway St
I used to live near Belmont, walking along the Boys Town commercial district several times a day, fully aware of the colorful variety of characters that hang around that street, and the reality that everyone has a story. But there are more stories than any of us can possibly imagine, and these stories transcend the stale data and stats in reaching our hearts and shaking us to action. \r One young woman is proud that most of the men she sleeps with think she was born that way. Some of the street urchins have formed a self-defense group on Belmont to fend of attacks by violent crews. A young man in St. Louis has to escape his cruel home life and chronic homelessness, but won't forget to pack the ugly statue his little brother and sister got him. And a South Side youth bounces from shelter to shelter, well aware that people weren't meant to live in such places. These are some of the stories presented in the three-week run of About Face Youth Theatre's play the Home Project, a collection of true stories that was written and directed by Megan Carney in About Face's tenth season which have brought eight years of original plays to the stage. \r \r read full review at chicago indymedia
12.Cadillac Palace Theatre
151 W Randolph St
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Impressive, Exciting, Engaging, Sizzling and Sensational are words I would use to describe my visits to the Theater. The room is beautiful, the seats are comfortable and the excitement as curtain goes up is contagious. A genuine asset to the Theater Community. I look forward to many more performances. I come with a group of friends (10 in all) from Indiana and we have thoroughly enjoyed each show. Keep up the good work. It's like having Broadway in your own backyard.
175 E Chestnut St
Drury Lane at Water Tower has an excellent location for entertainment and nightlife afterwards as well as your time at the theater. Great restaurants and shopping nearby too. The show we went to was pretty easy to get to and from considering how busy the area is. I recommend this place!
50 E Congress Pkwy
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I have been to quite a few concerts at the Auditorium and each of these have been nothing short of amazing. The venue is just personal enough that you feel like you are hanging out with the band, and just big enough where your ears aren?t ringing from the acoustics for the next few days. Many of the bands I have seen here have been old personal favorites (Smashing Pumpkins, Eddie Vedder?), so in general the concerts here are put on by those who favor a more intimate environment. If that is not enough, the architecture and d?cor of the theater will stimulate your senses until its time to sit back and enjoy the show. Conveniently located in Chicago?s Loop, it is easy to get to, and a great area to be in before and after the show.
15.Imagination Theater Inc
4001 N Ravenswood Ave Ste 503B
Imagination Theater is a fantastic educational theater! Their interactive programs travel directly to schools and teach age appropriate lessons using theater and and discussion.
16.Ford Center For Performing
24 W Randolph St
Have seen a few productions there. Really not a bad place in the house. The decor is cool and the sound is even better. Cannot go wrong here
17.National Pastime Theater
941 W Lawrence Ave
Actually... there is tons of street parking and lot around the corner. I didn't think they were rude, but rather snarky and full of themselves. I had a lot of fun
150 W Roosevelt Rd
This is definitely the best movie theater in the city. The seats are large and comfortable. It's clean -- no sticky floors or crusty seat cushions. Free parking!!\r \r I have a comment for the patrons who complained about the baby policy -- babies shouldn't be allowed at a movie theater -- stay home!!\r \r And to the DivaReviewer -- why didn't you ask for seats in the other VIP theater. That would have solved the problem. You are a diva!!
19.Studio Movie Grill
210 W 87th St
Very good nice place.Graet location The parking was ok. The setting was just a little bit of a challenge.
20.The IO Theater
1501 N Kingsbury St
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Considered to be the Mecca of improvisational performance and studies, the iO Theater has helped train and develop the talents of an entire generation of America's best and brightest comedic entertainers for over 35 years. Located in the heart of Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood, the iO Theater features 4 theaters (with shows 7 nights a week), 2 bars, a kitchen, beer garden, and an Event space.
21.Naughty Little Cabaret
26 W Division St
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Chicago's most respected cabaret and variety show with a naughty twist! Check out International performers such as male and female burlesque dancers, pole artists, fire dancers, female impersonators, cabaret and lounge singers, live band entertainment and so much more!
851 W Belmont Ave
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In this dark comedy, many years into the future Guantanamo Bay Prison is still not closed and memory of it retreats further from the public's thought. Stranded at Camp Delta, the warden bands together his staff and prisoners to create a morning talk show. Chock-full of coffee, crafts, special guests and [REDACTED]. This is their only hope to hold onto their last shreds of sanity. Thursdays @8pm.
23.Under The Gun Theater
956 W Newport Ave
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Under The Gun Theater features all things Comedy! Improvisation, Sketch Comedy, Stand Up, Storytelling, and Original Plays.
24.Dead Writers Theatre Collective, Inc.
1143 W North Shore Ave
Classic Theatre Resurrected with a "Masterpiece Theatre" Flair
1328 W Morse Ave
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With a nod to the historic past of this grand facility, Mayne Stage features a restaurant (Act One Pub) and performance space that reflects the unique and diverse history of Rogers Park. Mayne Stage is happy to present a variety of terrific acts in its 230-seat multipurpose entertainment venue.
5700 S Lake Shore Dr
Screen Count: 1
27.The New 400 Theater
6746 N Sheridan Rd
Screen Count: 4
28.ShowPlace ICON Theatres at Roosevelt Collection with ICON•X - Chicago
1011 S Delano Ct E
Screen Count: 18
29.The PrivateBank Theatre
18 W Monroe St
Broadway In Chicago was created in July 2000 and over the past 15 years has grown to be one of the largest commercial touring homes in the country. A Nederlander Presentation, Broadway In Chicago lights up the Chicago Theater District entertaining up to 1.7 million people annually in five theatres. Broadway In Chicago presents a full range of entertainment, including musicals and plays, on the stages of five of the finest theatres in Chicago's Loop including The PrivateBank Theatre, Oriental Theatre, Palace Theatre, and the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University and just off the Magnificent Mile, the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place.
30.Reading In Motion
875 N Michigan Ave
Founded in 1983, Reading In Motion is a nonprofit art center that offers participation in music and drama to kindergarten through third grade students. The center provides teachings in phonemic and songs. It also offers information on story s characters, settings, props and drawings. Reading In Motion s supplemental educational program offers three hours per week of instructions to children in grades one through three. The center organizes group activities and reading competitions. It offers a child learning model and serves Rachel Carson Elementary, John F. Eberhart Elementary, Frederick Funston Elementary, Sharon Christa McAuliffe, Joseph Medill Elementary and William P. Nixon schools. Reading In Motion is located in Chicago.
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