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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

Skeleton Crew, through March 3, Northlight Theatre

Love Never Dies (sequel to Phantom of the Opera), through March 4, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Time Stands Still, through March 4, McAninch Arts Center

Speech and Debate, through March 4, Edge Theatre

Sex With Strangers, through March 4, Citadel Theatre Company

Chicago Children's Choir Presents Long Way Home, March 9, Studebaker Theater

An Enemy Of The People, March 10 through April 15, Goodman Theatre

Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night's Dream, through March 10, Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Nice Girl, through March 11, Raven Theatre 

Rose, through March 11, Greenhouse Theater Center

Hatfield & McCoy, through March 11, Chopin
Theatre

Eye of the Storm: The Bayard Rustin Story, through March 11, eta Creative Arts Foundation

Pretty Woman: The Musical, March 13 through April 15, Oriental Theatre

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, March 15 through April 15, Court Theatre

The Beauty Queen of Leenane, March 15 through April 22, Northlight Theatre

A Moon for the Misbegotten, through March 18, Writers Theatre

The Wolves, through March 18, Goodman Theatre

Cabaret, through March 18, Paramount Theatre

Ragtime: The Musical, March 18, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

A GUIDE TO WHAT'S HAPPENING IN CHICAGOLAND
The Greatest Story Never Told, through March 18, Under The Gun Theater

Surely Goodness and Mercy, through March 18, Redtwist Theatre

Three The Hard Way, through March 18, Steel Beam Theatre in St. Charles

Six Corners, through March 24, American Blues Theater (Stage 773)

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, through March 25, Drury Lane Theatre

Shark Tank: The Musical, through March 30, Annoyance Theatre

Kingdom, through March 31, The Den Theatre

Hail, Hail Chuck: A Tribute to Chuck Berry, through April 1, Black Ensemble Theater

The Second City's She the People: Girlfriends' Guide to Sisters Doing It for Themselves, through April 1, UP Comedy Club

The Condition of Femme, through April 6, Pride Arts Center––The Buena

Time Is On Our Side, through April 7, Theater Wit

The Picture of Dorian Gray, through April 15, City Lit Theater

Southern Gothic, through April 22, Windy City Playhouse

Plantation, through April 22, Lookingglass Theatre

Hang Man, through April 29, The Gift Theatre

Tony 'n Tina's Wedding, through May 23, Chicago Theatre Works 

Hamilton, through September 2, 2018, PrivateBank Theatre
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT . . . 
                  THE MAGIC OF ADAM TRENT 
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Lorraine Hansberry Events, through March 15, Goodman Theatre

South Side Irish Parade, March 11, Western Avenue from 103rd Street to 115th Street

Chicago Flower & Garden Show, March 14-18, Navy Pier

Adler After Dark, March 15, Adler Planetarium

"The Magic of Adam Trent," March 16-17, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade, March 17, Columbus Drive along Grant Park

Good Food Festival & Conference, March 23-24, UIC Forum

Chicago Botanic Garden Orchid Show, March 25, Chicago Botanic Garden

Rodin: Sculptor and Storyteller (exhibit), through March 4, Art Institute of Chicago

Randolph Street Market Festival, through April 29, Plumbers Hall
THEATER
CONCERTS
ASSORTED ACTIVITIES
Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, March 8, Arcada Theatre

REO Speedwagon, March 8, Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet

Pink, March 9-10, United Center

The Eagles, March 14, United Center

Kurt Elling (with special guests Marquis Hill and John Wojciechowski), March 20-21, The Promontory

Stanley Clarke Band, March 21, City Winery

Boyz II Men, March 23, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Cedric The Entertainer, March 24, Chicago Theatre

Meshell Ndegeocello, March 24, The Promontory

Kenny G, March 25, Arcada Theatre

Joshua Radin (with special guest William Fitzsimmons), March 26, 27, 28, City Winery

Dane Cook, March 30, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Justin Timberlake, March 27, United Center

Christopher Cross, March 31-April 1, City Winery

Michael Bolton, April 4, Arcada Theatre

Karla Bonoff, April 4, City Winery

Jimmy Webb (with Robin Spielberg), April 13, City Winery

Average White Band, April 14, The Promontory

Kevin Hart, April 14-15, United Center

Bon Jovi, April 26, United Center

Ghalib Ghallab, April 28, The Promontory
Foghat with Savoy Brown, March 16, Arcada Theatre

The 2nd Annual Celebration of the '70s Tour (featuring The Stylistics, The Chi-Lites with Marshall Thompson, The Delfonics, Carl Carlton, The Dramatics with L.J. Reynolds), March 17, Chicago Theatre

Los Lonely Boys (with Lisa Morales), March 17-18, City Winery

Frankie Avalon, March 18, Arcada Theatre

The Zombies (with special guest Don Dilego), March 19-20, City Winery

         (Go From "I Don't Know" To Being "In The Know")
A production of Hatfield & McCoy continues at the Chopin Theatre through March 11.
The annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will be one of the highlights in the celebration.
The Black Ensemble Theater's tribute to Chuck Berry continues through April 1.
The story of adolescent soccer players is presented in The Wolves, now extended through March 18 at Goodman Theatre.
Multitalented entertainer Pink brings her concert to United Center on March 9-10.
Illusionist Adam Trent, one of the members of the best-selling magic show The Illusionists, comes to Chicago for two nights of magic at the Cadillac Palace Theatre on March 16-17. On his solo tour, Trent has teamed with The Illusionists' producers to offer an illusion show that, observers say, is reminiscent in size and appeal to the shows presented by David Copperfield in his heyday. Trent, a familiar face on The Ellen DeGeneres ShowThe Today Show and other TV presentations, will perform illusions that previously have fascinated onlookers and also offer never-before-seen routines. Go to www.broadwayinchicago.com for tickets and more information.