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Anne Frank's unwavering hope and faith in humanity animates director Kimberly Senior’s intimate, introspective, exquisitely acted production of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” a Writers Theatre's revival that opened this week in the back room of a bookstore, the ideal venue for this unforgettable tale.
5 things to do this weekend in the suburbs
Get autographs from stars like Norman Reedus (“The Walking Dead”) and more this weekend at the Wizard World Fan Fest in Rosemont. Experience John Lithgow's one-man show “Stories By Heart” at Aurora's Paramount. Those are just a few fun events going on this weekend in the suburbs. Find the details here.
‘Saul’ better than any ‘Breaking Bad’ fan could have imagined
In five short weeks, AMC’s “Breaking Bad” spinoff, “Better Call Saul,” already has established itself as one of the best shows on television. If it's a rousing success, what other improbable spinoffs await us?
Not much intelligence, artificial or otherwise, in ‘Chappie’
In “Chappie,” a dystopian robot thriller from South African director Neill Blomkamp, we’re introduced to an awkwardly stiff humanoid with something funny-looking sticking out of his head. And that’s just Vincent (Hugh Jackman), the movie’s wooden, one-dimensional villain. The real automaton hero — a rabbit-eared police droid that develops artificial intelligence — is Chappie. As voiced by Sharlto Copley, Chappie is far more human than even his human nemesis Vincent, a muscle-bound soldier-turned-robot-designer who stomps through every scene like one of his automated combat troops.
South Elgin dancer returns home with Alvin Ailey
Former South Elgin and Bartlett resident Sarah Daley, a dancer with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, is happy once again to be returning to the same theater where she first saw Ailey perform as a child for its annual Chicago residency starting Friday, March 6. “The Auditorium, it holds a lot of history for me and it feels like a second home as much as a theater can,” said Daley, now 28.
Ron Onesti: When classic rock was “classical”
Posted Feb 27, 2015 9:47 AM
As a child, I grew up in an Italian household and more often than not, my mom would either turn on the PBS station on television or put a 33⅓ album on the hi fi (not Wi-Fi) of Puccini’s “Turandot,” “Madama Butterfly” or “Tosca.”
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Ron Onesti: When classic rock was “classical”As a child, I grew up in an Italian household and more often than not, my mom would either turn on the PBS station on television or put a 33⅓ album on the hi fi (not Wi-Fi) of Puccini’s “Turandot,” “Madama Butterfly” or “Tosca.”
Ron Onesti: Romance rock ’n’ roll styleAs an entertainment producer, a common question I get is: “What is the toughest part of your job?”
Ron Onesti: That’s right, I had ‘Saturday Night Fever’People today know me pretty much as a rocker, but there was a fleeting moment when I was almost forced to “pick a team” — Disco or Rock.