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Blue Man Group, open run, Briar Street Theatre

Thirsty! open run, Apollo Theater

The Winner . . .of Our Discontent, open run, Second City

Brain Candy Live, March 4 (two shows only), Oriental Theatre

Men Are From Mars/Women Are From Venus Live, through March 5, Broadway Playhouse

I Left My Heart: A Salute to the Music of Tony Bennett, through March 5, Mercury Theater Chicago

The History Boys, through March 5, Athenaeum Theatre

Death of a Salesman, through March 5, Redtwist Theatre

From Jackie With Love (What The World Needs Now) [featuring Jackie Taylor], March 6-8, Black Ensemble Theater

Hedwig and the Angry Inch, March 7 through March 19, Oriental Theatre

Beowulf, through March 11, The Den Theatre

The Scottsboro Boys, through March 12, Porchlight Music Theatre Stage 773

Squeeze My Cans, through March 12, Greenhouse Theater Center

Faceless, through March 14, Northlight Theatre

very still and hard to see, through March 18, Gorilla Tango Theatre

Uncle Vanya, through March 19, Goodman Theatre

Straight White Men, through March 19, Steppenwolf Theatre

Thrones! The Musical Parody, through March 19, Apollo Theater
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Quest, through March 19, Noyes Cultural Art Center

Never Mind, It's Nothing, through March 24, Stage 773

Carmen, through March 25, Lyric Opera

The Assembled Parties, through March 25, Raven Theatre

My Brother's Keeper (The Story of the Nicholas Brothers), through March 26, Black Ensemble Theater

Language of Angels, through March 26, Redtwist Theatre

Love's Labor Lost, through March 26, Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Gentle, through March 26, The Den Theatre

Shamilton, through March 31, Apollo Theater

The Columnist, through April 1, American Blues Theater

The Source, through April 2, The Den Theatre

The Scene, through April 2, Writers Theatre

Skin for Skin, through April 2, Rivendell Theatre

Saturday Night Fever The Musical, through April 9, Drury Lane Theatre

A Disappearing Number, through April 9, TimeLine Theatre

Booty Candy, through April 16, Windy City Playhouse

Mamma Mia! through April 16, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Hamilton, through September 17, 2017, PrivateBank Theatre
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Chicago Beer Festival, March 4, Field Museum

WWE Monday Night Raw, March 6, Allstate Arena

Malpaso Dance Company of Havana, March 9-11, Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago

The Naked Magicians, March 14 through March 19, Broadway Playhouse

Aída Cuevas and Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán (Chicago's first-ever "Gala de Mariachi"), March 17, Auditorium Theatre

Chicago Tattoo Arts Convention, March 17-19, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, March 22-26, Auditorium Theatre

Chicago Botanic Garden Orchid Show, through March 26, Chicago Botanic Garden

McDonald's All-American Games, March 29, United Center

Black Women's Expo, April 7-9, McCormick Place
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Sam Bush, March 2, Old Town School of Folk Music

Chi-Town Blues Festival (featuring Sir Charles Jones, Willie Clayton, Clarence Carter, Denise LaSalle, Theodis Ealey and Bishop Bullwinkle), March 4, Star Plaza Theatre
Winter Jam (featuring Crowder, Britt Nicole, Tenth Avenue North, Sadie Robertson, Thousand Foot Krutch, Andy Mineo, Colton Dixon and more), March 10, Allstate Arena

Joe Bonamassa, March 10-11, Chicago Theatre

"The Comedy Get Down World Tour" (featuring Cedric 'The Entertainer', Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley, George Lopez, Charlie Murphy), March 11, United Center

BoDeans, March 11, Arcada Theatre

Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, March 12, Arcada Theatre

Ariana Grande, March 14, United Center

Gladys Knight with Jeffrey Osborne, March 17, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Symphony Center Presents "Jazz 100: The Music of Dizzy, Ella, Mongo and Monk" (featuring Danilo Peréz, Chris Potter, Avishai Cohen, Wycliffe Gordon, Ben Street, Adam Cruz, Roman Diaz and Lizz Wright), March 17, Chicago Symphony Center 

Arcada Disco Ball II with The Trammps (featuring Earl Young), March 17, Arcada Theatre

Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey, March 25, United Center

"Experience Hendrix," March 25, Chicago Theatre

Chicago Sinfoinietta's "More Than a Letter," March 25 (Wentz Concert Hall at North Central College in Naperville) and March 27 (Chicago Symphony Center)

Bon Jovi, March 26, United Center

David Sanborn, March 26 (two shows, 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.), The Promontory
Celebration of the '70s Tour (featuring The Stylistics, The Emotions, The Bluenotes, The Floaters and Heatwave), March 4, Chicago Theatre

Kings of Leon, March 8, United Center

Plácido Domingo, March 9, Civic Opera House
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Hedwig and the Angry Inch will be at the Oriental Theatre from March 7-19.
The dramatic story of The Scottsboro Boys continues at Porchlight Music Theatre's Stage 773 through March 12.
Aída Cuevas, internationally acclaimed as the "Queen of Ranchera Music," will be joined by Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitián for a performance on March 17 at the Auditorium Theatre.
Kings of Leon bring their acclaimed show to the United Center stage on March 8. 
Comedians (left to right) D.L. Hughley, Charlie Murphy, Cedric The Entertainer, Eddie Griffin and George Lopez perform at the United Center on March 11.
Internationally renowned Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo, who has shared his enormous vocal gifts with the world for decades, brings his talent to the Civic Opera House on March 9 for a memorable performance. The opera star from Madrid has been described as "the greatest operatic artist of modern times," during a career that has included more than 3,800 performances of 147 roles, conducted more than 500 performances, and has enthralled fans with hundreds of audio and video recordings and films. The 76-year-old entertainer has 14 Grammy and Latin Grammy Awards. For more information and tickets, go to www.lyricopera.org.