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Cupid Has A Heart On: A Musical Guide to Relationships, open run, Stage 773

Late Nite Catechism, open run, Royal George Theatre

A Clown Car Named Desire, open run, Second City

Vaudezilla (Burlesque Cabaret), open run (Saturdays at 10:30 p.m.), Stage 773

The Wizard of Oz, through May 11, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Saviour? through May 11, eta Creative Arts Foundation

Russian Transport, through May 11, Steppenwolf Theatre

Ruined, through May 15, Eclipse Theatre at the Athenaeum Theatre

Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England, through May 17, Theater Wit

The Sound of Music, through May 18, Lyric Opera

Principal Principle, through May 18, Stage Left Theatre and Theater Seven Chicago at Theater Wit

Cheaper By The Dozen, through May 18, Fox Valley Repertory in St. Charles

Mamma Mia! May 13 through May 18, Cadillac Palace Theatre
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Cats, through May 25, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Cicada, through May 25, The Greenhouse Theater Center

The President, through May 31, Oracle Theatre

How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, through June 1, Porchlight Music Theatre, Stage 773

Les Misérables, through June 8, Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace

The Way West, through June 8, Steppenwolf Theatre

The White Snake, through June 8, Goodman Theatre

Buyer & Cellar, through June 15, Broadway Playhouse

The Dance of Death, through July 20, Writers Theatre in Glencoe

Motown The Musical, through August 9, Oriental Theatre

The Teddy Bears' Picnic, through August 10, Emerald City's Little Theatre

Million Dollar Quartet, through August 31, Apollo Theater​
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT . . .
       BARRY GIBB: 'MYTHOLOGY-THE TOUR LIVE'
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Amy Kim Waschke and Jon Norman Schneider join the cast in a scene from The White Snake at the Goodman Theatre, running through June 8.
Vince Gill, May 8, Star Plaza Theatre

Gladys Knight and The Temptations Review (featuring Dennis Edwards), May 9, Chicago Theatre

Air Supply, May 9, Arcada Theatre

"Mother's Day '70s Soul Jam" (featuring The Emotions, Bloodstone, The Chi-Lites, The Stylistics), May 10, Arie Crown Theater

Alan Parsons LIVE, May 10 (7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.), Arcada Theatre

Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra, May 11, Old Town School of Folk Music

"Tracy Morgan: Turn It Up Funny," May 11, House of Blues

"The Standing Ovation Tour: Sommore, Earthquake, Bill Bellamy, Tommy Davidson,May 11, Arie Crown Theater

Rodriguez, May 14, Chicago Theatre

Avicii #TRUETOUR, May 15, Allstate Arena

Suzanne Vega (with Ari Hest), May 15, Old Town School of Folk Music

Fantabuloso 2014 (featuring Jason DeRulo, Austin Mahone, Timeflies, Rixton), May 15, Rosemont Theatre 

Ashanti, May 16, The Shrine

Reba McEntire, May 16, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Lana Del Ray, May 16, Aragon Ballroom
Blue Man Group, dates and times vary, Briar Street Theatre, 773/348-4000​​

The Magic Parlour, open run, Palmer House Hilton Hotel

Generation Rescue's Rescue Our Angels, May 9, Venue One

"An Evening With Jazz Great Kahil El Zabar,May 10, DuSable Museum

Aliance Francaise's Biennial Gala, May 10, Ritz-Carlton Chicago

100 Black Men of Chicago Benefit & Awards Gala, May 10, Hyatt Regency Chicago

The Joffrey Ballet (Romeo & Juliet), through May 11, Auditorium Theatre

"Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair," through May 11, Chicago History Museum

Goodman Theatre Gala (featuring Kristin Chenoweth), May 17, Hilton Chicago

Walk Now For Autism Speaks, May 17, Soldier Field (Chicago walk begins at 10:30 a.m.) www.walknowforautismspeaks.org/Chicago

Paul Taylor Dance Company, May 17-18, Auditorium Theatre

The Service Club of Chicago's Spring Luncheon: "Hattitude,May 19, Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's Spotlight Ball, May 19, Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park

Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE) Annual Chicago Benefit, May 19, Navy Pier Grand Ballroom

Chinese American Service League Gala, May 21, Hilton Chicago

Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago's Summer Ball, May 31, Navy Pier Grand Ballroom

"I Care Month: Youth Empowerment 2014," May 31, Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep (Ages 15-21; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; special artist scheduled to appear)

MCA DNA: Warhol And Marisol, through June 15, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
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Blues icon B.B. King and his legendary guitar, Lucille, appear at Rialto Square Theater in Joliet on May 31.
Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen, May 16, Old Town School of Folk Music

K-Ci & Jo Jo, May 16, Harold Washington Cultural Center

Blue Oyster Cult, May 17, Arcada Theatre

Clint Black, May 18, Star Plaza Theatre

Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration (featuring Warren Haynes), May 20, Chicago Theatre

Aziz Ansari, May 21-22 (shows at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. each day), Chicago Theatre

Brand Nubian, May 23, The Shrine

Chicago Afrobeat Project, May 23, Double Door

Riv Reunion #2 (featuring Mike "Hitman" Wilson, Kenny "Jammin' Jason, Maurice "Ice" Culpepper), May 24, The Riviera
The Guess Who, May 24, Arcada Theatre

Barry Gibb: Mythology The Tour Live, May 27, United Center

Herman's Hermits, May 30, Arcada Theatre

B.B. King, May 31, Rialto Square Theatre

The Monkees, May 31, Star Plaza Theatre

Brad Paisley (with Randy Houser, Leah Turner, Charlie Worsham), May 31, First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre

Jack Johnson (with Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros), May 31, First Merit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Barry Gibb, the legendary Grammy Award-winner who joined with his brothers Maurice and Robin to form The Bee Gees, comes to the United Center on May 27 for a solo performance titled "Mythology: The Tour Live." Gibb has crafted a career that spans more than five decades, most of which he performed with his brothers. Although they enjoyed much success before the disco era began, The Bee Gees were elevated to superstardom after contributing several hits to the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, including "Night Fever," "Stayin' Alive" and "How Deep Is Your Love." The Gibb brothers have become recognized as one of the most successful groups in rock and roll history, having sold more than 200 million albums around the world.