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Cupid Has A Heart On: A Musical Guide to Relationships, open run, Stage 773

The Dinner Detective, open run (Saturdays), Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel

Depraved New World, open run, Second City

Blue Man Group, open run, Briar Street Theatre

The Illusionists-Witness The Impossible, through March 22, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Dunsinane, through March 22, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre

La Cage Aux Folles, through March 22, Marriott Theater Lincolnshire

The Talking Cure, through March 22, Rivendell Theatre

Circuscope, through March 22, Noyes Cultural Arts Center

Reality Ever After, March 22, Under The Gun Theater

Blackout, through March 25, Annoyance Theatre

Disney's Beauty and the Beast, March 25-29, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Dividing The Estate, through March 28, Raven Theatre
Defending The Caveman, through March 29, Paramount Theatre in Aurora

West Side Story, through March 29, Drury Lane Theatre 

First Wives Club The Musical, through March 29, Oriental Theatre

First Date, through March 29, Royal George Theatre

Jack and the Beanstalk (presented by Chicago Kids Company), through April 2, Beverly Arts Center

The Addams Family–The Musical, through April 5, Mercury Theater

The Other Place, through April 5, Profiles Theatre

The Rack of Khan: A Star Trek Burlesque, through April 10, Gorilla Tango Theatre

The Full Monty, through April 12, Theater Wit

Two Trains Running, through April 19, Goodman Theatre

The Good Book, through April 19, Court Theatre

Balm In Gilead, through April 19, The Den Theatre

The Apple Family Plays, through April 19, TimeLine Theatre

End Days, through April 26, Windy City Playhouse

The Princess and the Pea, through May 3, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Marie Antoinette, through May 10, Steppenwolf Theatre

The Book of Mormon, through May 17, Bank of America Theatre

Bingo's Birthday, through May 17, Emerald City's Little Theatre
                         THE DEVIL'S CABARET
International Quilt Festival, March 26-28, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont

Giodano Dance Chicago, March 27-29, Harris Theater

The Black Women's Expo, March 27-29, McCormick Place (On March 28, award-winning singer Avery Sunshine will headline entertainment on the main stage.)

"2015 Night of 100 Stars Awards," March 28, DuSable Museum

River North Dance Chicago, March 28, Auditorium Theatre

"Louder Than A Bomb" (described as "the largest youth poetry festival in the world"), March 28, Arie Crown Theater

MUNTU Dance Theatre of Chicago (auditions), March 29, 8530 S. Racine Avenue at 1 p.m.

Richard Hunt: Sixty Years of Sculpture (exhibit), through March 29, Chicago Cultural Center

"Kolaam" (global dance party to celebrate West African Dance through song, music and dance), April 17, Old Town School of Folk Music

Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti (exhibit), through April 26, The Field Museum

MCA DNA: Richard Hunt (exhibit), through May 17, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

"Burlesque is More," through July 25, Annoyance Theatre & Bar

Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist (exhibit) through August 31, Chicago Cultural Center
David Cassidy, March 26, Arcada Theatre

Chrisette Michele, March 27, City Winery

Loretta Lynn, March 27, Arcada Theatre

Charles Esten & Clare Bowen (stars of TV's Nashville), March 28, Arcada Theatre

Jefferson Starship, March 29, Arcada Theatre

Eliane Elias, April 1, City Winery

Randy Bachman, April 2, Arcada Theatre

Patty Smith, April 2-4, Old Town School of Folk Music

Morris Day and The Time, Zapp, comic Tommy Davidson, April 4, Tinley Park Convention Center

The Moody Blues, April 9, Star Plaza Theatre

The McCartney Years, April 10, Rialto Square Theatre

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, April 11, Chicago Theatre

Kurt Elling, April 12-13, City Winery

Neil Diamond, April 14, United Center

Too Short, April 16, The Shrine

Robben Ford, April 16, SPACE Evanston
Based on the Academy Award-winning animated feature film, Disney's Beauty and the Beast comes to the Cadillac Palace Theatre March 25-29.
Charles Esten and Clare Bowen, co-stars on TV's hit show Nashville, bring their musical talents to the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles on March 28.
As part of the citywide "August Wilson Celebration," one of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's plays, Two Trains Running, will be featured at the Goodman Theatre through April 19. The cast includes (left to right) Anthony Irons, Terry Bellamy and Nambi E. Kelley. 
Joe Bonamassa, April 16-17, Chicago Theatre

"Battle of the Best: Stylistics vs Dennis Edwards & The Temptations," April 17, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

Betty Lavette, April 17, City Winery

Morris Day and The Time, April 18, Arcada Theatre

Najee (with special guest Brian Simpson), April 18, The Montrose Room

Steve Winwood, April 18, Chicago Theatre

"Shadows of the '60s: A Tribute to Motown's Super Groups,April 18, Rialto Square Theatre

Sanchez, April 19, The Shrine

Billy Cobham's "Spectrum 40" (featuring Dean Brown, Gary Husband and Ric Fierabracci), April 19, SPACE Evanston

The English Beat, April 20, City Winery

Madeleine Peyroux, April 25-26, City Winery
Singer/pianist Avery Sunshine headlines at the Black Women's Expo on March 28. 
Redmoon Theater, 2120 S. Jefferson Street, is the place to experience rotating spectacle performances that highlight "The Seven Deadly Sins." A 30-foot-tall crane tower, equipped with multiple stages, will be the focal point in Redmoon's warehouse, featuring a mix of performances by aerialists, drummers, a rock 'n roll band, DJ music, video wall, unique puppets and a special appearance. The Devil's Cabaret opens March 27 and continues each consecutive Friday through April 10 from 9 p.m. to midnight. For more information and tickets (must be 21 years old), go to
River North Dance Chicago concludes its 25 anniversary season with its spring production at the Auditorium Theatre on March 28.