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Blue Man Group, open run, Briar Street Theatre

Don't Make Me Over (In Tribute To Dionne Warwick), through May 15, Black Ensemble Theater
Land of Never-Lack, through May 15, The Frontier

180 Degree Rule, through May 21, City Lit Theater

Jesus Hopped the "A" Train, through May 22, Athenaeum Theatre

Dreamgirls, through May 22, Stage 773

The King and I, through May 22, Lyric Opera

A Midsummer Night's Dream, through May 22, The Greenhouse Theater Center

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, through May 22, Citadel Theatre Company

Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin, through May 22, Royal George Theatre

Beauty and The Beast, May 24 through May 29, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Hazel, through May 29, Drury Lane Theatre

Sender, through May 29, A Red Orchid Theatre

A Splintered Soul, through May 29, Stage 773

Connected, through May 29, Flat Iron Arts Building

Mike Mother, through June 4, Neo-Futurists

Mary Page Marlowe, through June 5, Steppenwolf Theatre

Evita, through June 5, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Best of Enemies, through June 5, Provision theater Company

American Beauty Shop, through June 5, Chicago Dramatists

A GUIDE TO WHAT'S HAPPENING IN CHICAGOLAND
Disenchanted! through June 5, Broadway Playhouse

Father Of The Bride, through June 5, Oil Lamp Theater

In The Heat of The Night, through June 5, 
Theater Wit

When Not That Good Will Do, through June 5, Steel Beam Theatre

One Man, Two Guvnors, through June 12, Court Theatre

Twisted Knots, through June 12, Royal George Theatre

The Secretaries, through June 12, Theater Wit

The House of Blue Leaves, through June 18, Raven Theatre

Old Hobbits Die Hard, through June 18, Royal George Theatre

Migration, through June 19, eta Creative Arts Foundation

The Body of an American, through June 19, Theater Wit

No Matter How Hard We Try, through June 25, Trap Door Theatre

The Producers, through June 26, Mercury Theater

Death and Harry Houdini, through July 24, Chopin Theatre

Chimerica, through July 31, TimeLine Theatre Company


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Chinese American Service League Dinner Gala, May 11, The Field Museum

The Joffrey Ballet's "Cinderella,through May 22, Auditorium Theatre

"Fashion Without Borders," May 12, Westin Chicago River North

Luminary Award Dinner, May 12, Union League Club of Chicago

Tommy Davidson and David Alan Grier, May 14, Genesee Theatre

Carol Burnett: "An Evening of Laughter and Reflection Where The Audience Asks The Questions," May 17, 19, 20, Chicago Theatre

"Beer Under Glass 2016," May 19, Garfield Park Conservatory

Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago's Summer Ball, May 20, Chicago Hilton and Towers

Chicago Critics Film Festival, May 20-26, Music Box Theatre

Bike The Drive, May 29, participants can bike from Bryn Mawr Avenue to the Museum of Science and Industry (and back) during the five hours of car-free riding

Hot Mix 5 35th Reunion Festival (with more than 30 artists, 50 DJs and featuring the original Hot Mix 5 DJs––Farley, Kenny, Mickey, Scott and Ralphi), June 11, McCormick Place

Kerry James Marshall: Mastry (exhibit), through September 25, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

"Adler After Dark," through December 15, Adler Planetarium

The Secret Lives of Objects (exhibit), through 2016, Chicago History Museum
THEATER
CONCERTS
ASSORTED ACTIVITIES
Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo: "A Very Intimate Acoustic Evening," May 13, Genesee Theatre

Joe Bonamassa, May 14, Star Plaza Theatre

Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. & The Next Dimension, May 15, Arcada Theatre

Kurt Elling, May 15-16, City Winery

Cyndi Lauper, May 16, Chicago Theatre




Amel Larrieux, May 20, City Winery

Peter Wolf and the Night Travelers, May 21, Park West

Chris Tucker, May 21, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

"The Do-Over Tour" (featuring Adam Sandler, David Spade, Nick Swardson, Rob Schneider), May 23, Chicago Theatre

The O'Jays and Russell Thompkins & The New Stylistics, May 27, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Jennifer Hudson, June 4, Star Plaza Theatre

Andrea Bocelli, June 10, Allstate Arena

Whitesnake, June 10, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic & More, June 17, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

WGCI Summer Jam (Fetty Wap, Jeezy, 2 Chainz, T.I., Migos, Plies, Lil Durk and more), June 17, United Center 
Carrie Underwood, May 17, Allstate Arena

Carol Burnett, May 17, 19, 20, Chicago Theatre

Harry Connick Jr., May 18, Chicago Theatre

Ron White, May 19, Rosemont Theatre

Boston and Jefferson Starship, May 20, Rosemont Theatre
The Tony Award-winning and Academy Award-winning musical Dreamgirls is being presented at Porchlight's Stage 773 through May 22.
The classic musical love story, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, returns for one week only at the Cadillac Palace Theatre from May 24 through May 29.
The movie Hunt For The Wilderpeople will be one of the presentations during the Chicago Critics Film Festival at the Music Box Theatre from May 20-26.
Multitalented entertainer Cyndi Lauper will perform at Chicago Theatre on May 16.
For one week only, Chicago The Musical, starring John O'Hurley, returns to the city for performances at the Cadillac Palace Theatre from May 10 through May 15. Chicago, a production of murder, greed, adultery and corruption, focuses on Roxie Hart, a housewife and nightclub dancer who is jailed after killing her lover when he threatens to end their relationship. Enter Chicago's slickest criminal lawyer to lend a helping hand after a barrage of sensational headlines. For tickets and more information, go to www.broadwayinchicago.com
Entertainer Adam Sandler is joined by David Spade, Rob Schneider and Nick Swardson for "The Do-Over Tour" at the Chicago Theatre on May 23.