by Jeff Robison | Members LOVE the experience of going to theater together. We already have a Forward Chicago group attending “The House That Will Not Stand” as part of a theater series, and now we are also offering you a chance to attend just this show for $35.
by Helene Wineberg | Victory Gardens Theater has offered Forward Chicago theater-goers two compelling new shows at a terrific package price. The dates are in mid-April and late June and include the world premiere of “Hillary and Clinton” and the midwest premiere of “The House That Will Not Stand.”
by Helene Wineberg | Visit the Edgewater Historical Society museum on Saturday, April 9, at 2 p.m., and check out the current exhibit, Voices of Edgewater. Learn how the migration of immigrants and refugees made this area the most diverse in Chicago.
By Jeff Robison | Forward Chicago’s first try at a group theater outing was a success! After enjoying “Never the Sinner” at Victory Gardens Theater, we’ll be organizing more outings in 2016 that offer a variety of plays to enjoy.
Photographer Matt Altstiel has taken photos in all of Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods. Join him on a historical adventure around the city.
Garrett Davis’ award-winning stage play “Forget Me Not” will be performed at the DuSable Museum of African American History. The play is sponsored by African Americans Against Alzheimer’s.
Congratulations to Edgewater Historical Society! Its exhibit on how the automobile transformed the Edgewater community has been nominated for an award from the American Association for State and Local History.
Join us for the first outing of the Film Group — a matinee viewing of “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” this Sunday, March 15, at 2:15 p.m.
On Saturday, March 7, an adventurous audience was transported from the 18th Century to the 21st Century in about two hours through a delightful Magical Musical Time Machine (the beer, served by the local brewery Lagunitas, could have helped).
At the Lakeview Orchestra concert given on Tuesday, Feb. 10, music spoke eloquently, and my words fail to describe how these local musicians beautifully and expressively performed three pieces on the program by composers Franz Liszt, Richard Strauss and Jean Sibelius.