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​​Blue Man Group, open run, Briar Street Theatre

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

Dream Freaks Fall From Space, open run, Second City

Late Nite Catechism, open run, Royal George Theatre

Drink! The Sketch Comedy Drinking Game, open run, Conservatory

Storytown, open run, Stage 773

White Rabbit Red Rabbit, through November 12, The Den Theatre

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly Sweater (a holiday revue by The Second City), November 13 through December 31, UP Comedy Club

Miss Saigon, November 14 through December 8, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Betty Buckley Hello, Dolly! through November 17, Oriental Theatre

Bible Bingo, through November 17, Royal George Theatre

Lady in Denmark, through November 18, Goodman Theatre

The Front Page, through November 18, Oil Lamp Theater

Rock 'N' Roll, through November 18, The Artistic Home

Love's Labour's Lost, through November 18, The Frontier

The Book of Mormon, November 20 through December 2, Oriental Theatre

Angela of Death, through November 21, Annoyance Theatre

Gypsy: A Musical Fable, through November 25, Porchlight Music Theatre

Cinderella, December 1 through January 20, Lyric Opera

A Shayna Maidel, through December 2, TimeLine Theatre Company
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Frankenstein, through December 2, Court Theatre

This Bitter Earty, through December 8, Theater Wit

Southern Gothic, through December 9, Windy City Playhouse

Master Class, through December 9, Stage 773

Wife Material, through December 9, The Understudy

Small Mouth Sounds, through December 9, A Red Orchid Theatre

Plainclothes, through December 15, The Den Theatre

Witch, through December 16, Writers Theatre

Pippin The Musical, through December 16, Mercury Theater Chicago

Mansfield Park, through December 16, Northlight Theatre

110 in the Shade, through December 16, Theater Wit

The Safe House, through December 16, City Lit Theater

The Nutcracker, through December 30, Chopin Theatre

Emerald City Theatre presents Ken Ludwig's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, through December 30, Broadway Playhouse

Shrek The Musical, through December 30, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Holiday Inn, through January 6, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

La Boheme, through January 25, Lyric Opera at Civic Opera House

Women of Soul (With a Tribute to the Queen), through January 27, Black Ensemble Theater

Sleeping Beauty, through February 18, Beverly Arts Center 

Hamilton, through May 26, 2019, CIBC Theatre
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Chicago Humanities Festival: Graphic! through November 11, various venues. Go to www.chicagohumanities.org

Michelle Obama Book Tour, November 13, United Center

"Christmas Around the World," November 15 through January 6, Museum of Science & Industry

"Adult Night at the Planetarium,November 15, Adler Planetarium

City of Chicago Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, November 16, Millennium Park's Wrigley Square

Magnificent Mile Lights Festival, November 16-17, Magnificent Mile

Ice Skating in Millennium Park, November 16 through March 10, Millennium Park

Tree Lights at Morton Arboretum, November 17 through January 1, Morton Arboretum in Lisle

Chicago Toy & Game Fair, November 17-18, Navy Pier

Thanksgiving Parade, November 22, State Street and Congress Parkway

Randolph Street Festival, through December 16, Plumbers Hall

Bronzeville Echoes: Faces And Places of Chicago's African American Music (exhibit), through January 6, Chicago Cultural Center
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Once described as "the best musical of this century," The Book of Mormon, a nine-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical, returns to Chicago for a short run––November 20 through December 2––at the Oriental Theatre. 
At TimeLine Theatre Company through December 2, the powerful drama A Shayna Maidel focuses on two sisters trying to reconnect after a lengthy separation. 
Brazilian singer Eliane Elias brings her show to City Winery on November 13.
The legendary Gladys Knight performs at Arcada Theatre on November 13.
After rescheduling an earlier performance, Charlie Wilson will be joined by Joe and En Vogue at United Center on November 30.
Gladys Knight, November 13, Arcada Theatre

Eliane Elias, November 13, City Winery

DJ Biz Markie Live, November 14, House of Blues

Dee Dee Bridgewater, November 16, Evanston SPACE

Marc Cohn, November 16, Wentz Concert Hall in Naperville

America, November 16-17, Arcada Theatre

BoDeans, November 24-25, City Winery

Anita Baker Farewell Concert Series, November 26-27, The Chicago Theatre

Dwele, November 29, City Winery

Charlie Wilson (with Joe and En Vogue), November 30, United Center

Jane Lynch, November 30, City Winery

Judy Collins, December 1, Dominican University

Ronnie Spector and The Ronettes, December 9, Arcada Theatre

Tony Orlando & Dawn "A Christmas Reunion," December 11, Arcada Theartre
Jeff Lorber Fusion, November 7, The Promontory

Lita Ford, November 9, Arcada Theatre

Chicago, November 10, Silver Creek Event Center, Four Winds Casino New Buffalo, Mich.
Petula Clark, November 11, Arcada Theatre

Booker T. Jones, November 11, Evanston SPACE
With thoughts of the holiday season beginning to become more plentiful, Emerald City Theatre presents Ken Ludwig's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas at Broadway Playhouse through December 30 as a way to get people into the spirit a little sooner. Described as "a merry, modern mystery," the production highlights the adventures of Emily and her best friend Amos the mouse as they try to find Santa's missing and all-important Naughty or Nice List. The determined efforts of the two turn into a bit of comedy in this holiday favorite that is making its annual return to Chicago. For more information and tickets, go to www.broadwayinchicago.com.