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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

Black Boy Joy, through September 27, Annoyance Theatre

Vietgone, through September 29, Writers Theatre

Scraps, through September 29, The Den Theatre

Nick and Zoe, through September 29, Mckaw Theater

Southern Gothic, through September 30, Windy City Playhouse

Radio Golf, through September 30 Court Theatre

Left Behind, through September 30, Annoyance Theatre

Monger, through September 30, The Greenhouse Theater Center

Spring Awakening, through September 30, The Frontier

Men Are Dogs, through September 30, James Downing Theatre

Flyin' West, October 5 through November 3, Stage 773

Shark Tank: The Musical, through October 12, Annoyance Theatre

Tootsie, through October 14, Cadillac Palace Theatre

Crime and Punishment, through October 20, Theater Wit

Not For Sale, through October 20, Urban Theater Company

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time, through October 21, Goodman Theatre

Legally Blonde, through October 21, Paramount Theatre

Borealis, through October 21, Chopin Theatre

Arms And The Man, through October 21, City Lit Theater

Naked, through October 27, Trap Door Theatre

Sweet Charity, through October 28, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Caroline, Or Change, through October 28, The Den Theatre

Dear Brutus, through October 28, Athenaeum Theatre

The Little Foxes, through October 28, Citadel Theatre Company

Mind Reader, through October 31, Greenhouse Theater Center

Splatter Theater, through October 31, Annoyance Theatre

Edge of Life, through November 3, Athenaeum Theatre

A Shayna Maidel, through November 4, TimeLine Theatre Company

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

Bible Bingo, through November 17, Royal George Theatre

Witch, through December 16, Writers Theatre 

Hamilton, through January 20, 2019, CIBC Theatre
                   TOOTSIE (A COMEDY MUSICAL) 
The Music Box 70mm Film Festival, through September 27, Music Box Theatre

EXPO Chicago (International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art), September 27-30, Navy Pier 

"Disney On Ice Presents Frozen," September 27 through September 30, Allstate Arena

Chi City Comedy Jam (Sheryl Underwood, Lavell Crawford, Earthquake and more), October 5, Arie Crown Theater

Bank of America Chicago Marathon, October 7, Millennium Park

Chicago International Film Festival, October 10 through October 21, AMC River East 21

Yoga on the Lake, October 14, Lincoln Park

Redemption of a Dogg (a stage play featuring Snoop Dogg and Tamar Braxton), October 20, Arie Crown Theater

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
         (Go From "I Don't Know" To Being "In The Know")
Inspired by the movie starring Academy Award-winner Reese Witherspoon, Legally Blonde continues through October 21 at the Paramount Theatre.
Take a glimpse into the life of Charity Hope Valentine in the production of Sweet Charity at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire through October 28.
The legendary drummer and vocalist Phil Collins is scheduled to perform at United Center on October 22.
The Sting & Shaggy national tour stops at the Aragon Ballroom for a performance on October 2.
Je'Caryous Johnson and Snoop Dogg present the stage play Redemption of a Dogg, starring Snoop Dogg and Tamar Braxton, on October 20 at the Arie Crown Theater. 
The new comedy musical Tootsie, starring Tony Award-nominee Santino Fontana, will be on stage at the Cadillac Palace Theatre through October 14. Inspired by the award-winning movie starring Dustin Hoffman, the new production focuses on struggling actor Michael Dorsey, who takes some drastic steps to grab a coveted role. The pre-Broadway engagement, directed by eight-time Tony Award-nominee and Olivier Award-winner Scott Ellis, includes music by Tony Award-winner David Yazbek, a book by Robert Horn and choreography by Tony Award-nominee Denis Jones. For more information and tickets, go to 
Eric Burdon and The Animals, September 30 
(5 p.m.), Arcada Theatre

The Stylistics, September 30 (7 p.m.), Arcada Theatre

Sting & Shaggy, October 2, Aragon Ballroom
Richard Marx, October 4, Arcada Theatre

Michael Ross & The Boss Quartet (with comedian Damon Williams), October 5, The Promontory

Fleetwood Mac, October 6, United Center

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary Tour, October 7, Chicago Theater

Basia, October 10, City Winery

Blue Oyster Cult, October 12, Arcada Theatre

Kansas, October 13, Chicago Theatre

Incognito (featuring Maysa), October 14 (5 p.m. and 8 p.m.), City Winery

Eagles, October 15, United Center

Simple Minds, October 15, Chicago Theatre

Lindsey Buckingham, October 17, Athenaeum Theatre

Bettye LaVette, October 20, Evanston SPACE

Jim Messina, October 21, City Winery

Phil Collins, October 22, United Center

Elton John, October 26-27, United Center
Ambrosia & Orleans, September 27, Arcada Theater

Nicki Minaj and Future, September 28, United Center