RICHARD ROEPER: Its stars’ histories sweeten the strange and beautiful film led by nomination-worthy Michael Keaton.
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1951 musical “The King and I” has an exquisite pedigree.
‘Amazing Grace,” the stirring musical that received its world premiere Sunday night at the Bank of America Theatre, spins the story of one man’s slow, painful, intensely dramatic moral awakening to the abominations of slavery.
BILL ZWECKER: The Oscar winner’s appearance at an awards show has many convinced she had done something major to alter her facial appearance.
We may live on the lakefront, but it's easy to forget to take advantage of it.
Liza Minnelli is said to be resting comfortably in a California hospital after undergoing back surgery earlier this week, and she’s thanking fans for their … Read More
Four guys from suburban Chicago are proud to be “Pond Stars,” water gardening experts from west suburban-based Aquascape as they create everything from backyard koi
Here’s a sampling of the eclectic performers at World Music Festival Chicago. The free shows are scheduled at venues across the city. Read More
John Leguizamo is bringing his critically acclaimed, one-man autobiographical show “Ghetto Klown” back to where it all began — Chicago. Read More
RICHARD ROEPER: What’s the use of engaging Jane Fonda, Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver and others in clichéd scenes? Read More
Former pitcher Jim Brosnan was a former Cubs and Sox pitcher who was probably better known for writing about life in baseball than he was Read More