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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

The Humans, through February 11, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Cabaret, February 7 through March 18, Paramount Theatre

Love Never Dies (sequel to Phantom of the Opera), February 14 through March 4, Cadillac Palace Theatre

The Good Fight, through February 17, City Lit Theater

Jitney, through February 18, Congo Square Theatre

All My Sons, through February 18, Court Theatre

Flamingo and Decatur, through February 18, Theater Wit

Montauciel Takes Flight, through February 18, Lifeline Theatre

The Tortoise and the Hare, through February 19, Beverly Arts Center

Five Mile Lake, through February 24, Shattered Globe Theatre

Fifty Shades of Shakespeare, through February 24, Mary's Attic

The Winter's Tale, through February 24, Conservatory

Blind Date, through February 25, Goodman Theatre

Potted Potter, through February 25, Broadway Playhouse

Last of the Red Hot Lovers, through February 25, Oil Lamp Theater

Traitor, through February 25, A Red Orchid Theatre

I Puritani, February 4 through February 28, Lyric Opera

A Moon for the Misbegotten, February 7 through March 18, Writers Theatre
Love Never Dies: The Phantom Returns, February 14 through March 4, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Skeleton Crew, through March 3, Northlight 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

Nice Girl, through March 11, Raven Theatre 

Rose, through March 11, Greenhouse Theater Center

Hatfield & McCoy, through March 11, Chopin Theatre

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

The Greatest Story Never Told, through March 18, Under The Gun Theater

Surely Goodness and Mercy, through March 18, Redtwist Theatre

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

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

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

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

Hamilton, through September 2, 2018, PrivateBank Theatre
                  CHICAGO THEATRE WEEK 2018 
Disney On Ice: Dare To Dream, through February 11, Allstate Arena

Chicago Black Restaurant Week, through February 18, various locations in Chicago

The Joffrey Ballet: Modern Masters, through February 18, Auditorium Theatre

Chicago Theatre Week, through February 18, various venues (featuring more than 120 productions)

Chicago Pizza Party, February 10, Ravenswood Event Center

Chicago Auto Show, February 10-19, McCormick Place

Black Creativity Juried Art Exhibition, through February 21, Museum of Science and Industry

Chicago Botanic Garden Orchid Show, February 10 through 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
Tribute to AC/DC: Back in Black, February 8, House of Blues

The Fab Four ("The World's Foremost Beatles Tribute!"), February 9, Arcada Theatre

10,000 Maniacs, February 9-10, City Winery

Jo Ann Daugherty, February 10, Winter's Jazz Club
Kindred The Family Soul, February 16, City Winery

Kindred The Family Soul, February 17, The Promontory

Babyface, February 17, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Katt Williams Live Comedy Show, February 17, Wintrust Arena

Nick ColionneSteve Cole, February 17, The Montrose Room

Gin Blossoms (25th Anniversary of New Miserable Experience Tour), February 17, Arcada Theatre

Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, February 20, Riviera Theatre

The Birdland All-Stars (featuring Tommy Igoe), February 21, City Winery

Gladys Knight and Brian McKnight, February 22-23, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Steve Winwood, February 22, Chicago Theatre

Syleena Johnson ("Rebirth of Soul Tour"), February 23, City Winery

Brad Paisley, February 24, Allstate Arena

Sérgio Mendes, February 25, City Winery

Romeo Santos, February 28, United Center
Steely Dan Nite With Deacon Blues, February 10, Arcada Theatre

JD Souther, February 11, City Winery

Brandy Clark, February 14, City Winery

Little Big TownKacey Musgraves & Midland, February 16, Allstate Arena

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The sixth annual Chicago Theatre Week continues through February 18 at various venues and will feature more than 120 productions, allowing theatergoers the opportunity to experience a wide range of theatrical offerings in the city with tickets that range from $15 to $30. Presented by the League of Chicago Theatres in partnership with Choose Chicago, Chicago Theatre Week includes a range of theaters from downtown venues to the suburbs and will feature comedies, dramas, musicals, family theater and more. Participating theaters will offer productions such as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatA Moon for the MisbegottenAll My SonsDream Freaks Fall From SpaceBlue Man GroupBlind DateLate Night CatechismHatfield & McCoyCrossing DelanceyFive Mile LakeBoyBunny Bunny: Gilder Radner, A Sort of Love StoryPotted PotterCabaret and Skeleton Crew. All participating shows and Theatre Week offer details are listed on the primary Theatre Week website at
Chicago Black Restaurant Week will be observed through February 18 at several venues.
A production of Hatfield & McCoy continues at the Chopin Theatre through March 11.
The Goodman Theatre's Blind Date runs through February 25.
A Black History Month performance by the Chicago Children's Choir and the Voice of Chicago will be held at Symphony Center on February 14-16.
Multitalented entertainer Brad Paisley performs at Allstate Arena on February 24.