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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

Spamilton, open run, Royal George Theatre

How To Be A Rock Critic, through July 22, Steppenwolf Theatre

Macbeth, through July 22, Oak Park Festival Theatre

Last Dancer Standing (More Than Hip-Hop), July 22 through September 3, Black Ensemble Theater

Ah, Wilderness! through July 23, Goodman Theatre

Something Rotten! through July 23, Oriental Theatre

Paradise Blue, through July 23, TimeLine Theatre

Going to a Place Where You Already Are, through July 23, Redtwist Theatre

London Assurance, through July 23, City Lit Theater

3 Blocks From Broadway, through July 27, Annoyance Theatre

The Night That Disco Died, through July 29, Under The Gun Theater

Loose Knit, through July 29, The Public House Theatre

A Midsummer NIght's Dream, through July 30, Morton Arboretum

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Fairways, through July 30, Steel Beam Theatre in St. Charles

Beauty's Daughter, through August 5, Stage 773

The Faculty Lounge, through August 6, Oil Lamp Theater

The Bridges of Madison County, through August 13, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

The Tin Woman, through August 13, Theatre At The Center

Lela and Co., through August 19, Steep Theatre

Little Fish, through August 20, Theater Wit

Hir, through August 20, Steppenwolf Theatre

Megastasis, through August 20, Athenaeum Theatre

They're Playing Our Song, through August 20, Rivendell Theatre

The Gin Game, through August 22, Drury Lane Theatre

Fight City, through August 26, Factory Theater

Madagascar––A Musical Adventure, through August 27, Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Tony n' Tina's Wedding, through September 2, Chicago Theatre Works

Moby Dick, through September 3, Lookingglass Theatre

Aladdin, through September 10, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Hamilton, through September 17, 2017, PrivateBank Theatre
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"Dancing With The Stars Live! Hot Summer Nights,July 29, Star Plaza Theatre

Exhibitionism (The Rolling Stones exhibit), through July 30, Navy Pier

EN MAS': Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean, through August 13, DuSable Museum

Memoria Presente: An Artistic Journey (exhibit), through August 13, National Museum of Mexican Art

Grant Park Music Festival, through August 19, Millennium Park Pritzker Pavilion

Millennium Park Summer Music Series, through August 21, Millennium Park Pritzker Pavilion

Cirque du Soleil––Luzia, through September 3, United Center 

Millennium Park Summer Film Series, through September 5, Millennium Park Pritzker Pavilion

Chicago SummerDance, through September 14, Grant Park, Spirit of Music Garden

The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg (exhibit), through September 24, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
THEATER
CONCERTS
ASSORTED ACTIVITIES
Steve Miller Band (with Peter Frampton), July 20, RiverEdge Park

Umphrey's McGee, July 21, Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

V103's Summer Block Party (featuring Jill Scott, Bell Biv DeVoe, SWV, Kelly Rowland and Nelly), July 22, Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

Roger Waters, July 22, 23 & 28, United Center

Andrew Bird and Esperanza Spalding, July 23, Ravinia

Goo Goo Dolls (with Phillip Phillips), July 24, Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

J. Cole, July 24-25,United Center

Christopher Williams, July 25, The Promontory

Earth, Wind & Fire, July 26, United Center

Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, July 26, Ravinia

Alabama, July 28, RiverEdge Park

Meshell Ndegeocello, July 28 (two shows), S.P.A.C.E. Evanston

The Righteous Brothers' Bill Medley, July 29, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Jeffrey Osborne and Freddie Jackson, July 29, Country Club Hills Theater

Loverboy, July 29, Arcada Theatre

Lyle Lovett and His Large Band, July 29, Chicago Theatre

Dierks Bentley, July 29, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Mary J. Blige, July 30, Chicago Theatre

The Isley Brothers, August 4, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino 

The Masters of Funk (Bar-Kays, Confunkshun, Dazz Band), August 5, Country Club Hills Theater

Jason Derulo, August 11, RiverEdge Park

Idina Menzel, August 12, Chicago Theatre

An Evening With Patti LaBelle, August 18, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino
Guy and Blackstreet, July 22, Country Club Hills Theater

Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, July 22, Arcada Theatre

The Art of Rap Tour (DMX, Rakim, EPMD, KRS-One, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Crucial Conflict), July 22, Chicago Theatre

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The Tony Award-winning musical An American in Paris comes to the Oriental Theatre from July 25 through August 13. Go to www.broadwayinchicago.com for tickets.
Paradise Blue, directed by Chicago favorite Ron OJ Parson, continues at TimeLine Theatre through July 23.
Roger Waters, the former frontman for Pink Floyd, brings his tour to the United Center on July 22, 23 and 28.
The exhibit, The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg, is the work of Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami and will be displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago through September 24.
While it's compared to shows such as The ProducersSpamalot and The Book of MormonSomething Rotten! makes its own humorous impressions on audiences who have embraced the story and the music. Chicagoans can experience the smash hit during its run at the Oriental Theatre from July 11 through July 23. Its 10 Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical, are indications of the production's appeal. The hilarity begins when brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom are at their wits' end to write a hit play but can't overcome the appeal of a Renaissance megastar who gets all of the attention. When a local visionary gives them a tip that the future of theatre will include singing, dancing and acting at the same time, the brothers excitedly begin to write the world's first musical. For more information and tickets to the award-winning show, go to www.broadwayinchicago.com.
The legendary group Earth Wind & Fire performs on July 26 at United Center.