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320 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, US, 60601

  • Phone: (312) 384-1208
  • Fax: (312) 204-6910
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Architecture River Cruise
Michigan Avenue BridgeApril 19, 2015 10:00 AM
North Michigan Avenue and East Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
This 90 minute boat ride along the river reveals the history of the city and highlights historic and modern styles of architecture. Group tours are available. Tours are available daily from the spring season in late April through late November. Please visit website for details and complete schedules.
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The Chicago Theatre Marquee Tour
Chicago TheatreApril 19, 2015
175 North State Street
Chicago, IL 60601
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Sun & Heir
House of BluesApril 19, 2015 4:30 PM
329 North Dearborn Street
Chicago, IL 60610
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Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles
Ford Center for the Performing Arts (Oriental Theatre)April 19, 2015 2:00 PM
24 West Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60601
RAIN - The Beatles Experience is a Beatles tribute show based in New York City that evolved from a California-based club band called Reign, one of the West Coast's most popular and sought after Beatles cover bands in the 1970s. Although the band had no connection to the popular Beatlemania Broadway show, the members of Reign would later recruit some performers from the Broadway production for their own show RAIN in the 1980s. After nearly two decades of performances throughout the world, RAIN - The Beatles Experience is still generally considered to be one of the best Beatles tribute acts showing on Broadway today.
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Lake Fx Summit + Expo 2015 Pre-registration
Chicago Cultural CenterApril 19, 2015 5:30 PM
78 East Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602
The Lake FX Summit + Expo presented by Google is the regions largest FREE conference for artists, creative professionals and entrepreneurs in the areas of film, music, fashion, culinary and the visual & performing arts. The inaugural four-day event, running April 16-19, will host keynotes, panels, professional development workshops and interactive labs featuring leading artists and industry innovators at the Chicago Cultural Center, the Virgin Hotels Chicago, the Gene Siskel Film Center, the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago and Macy's on State Street. Only the "Grow Your Brand Online" Google Workshop on Friday, April 17, requires advanced registration, but pre-registration for the summit is encouraged for April 17 & 18 and allows registrants access to a Fast Pass to programs at the Chicago Cultural Center in the Claudia Cassidy Theater  (priority seating based on availability) and special giveaways including a limited quantity commemorative Lake FX Summit + Expo poster created by internationally renowned Chicago-based artist Carlos Rolón/DZINE. By signing up in advance you will also be entered in a chance to win reserved seating to a future DCASE produced event in Millennium Park between May-September 2015. Paid, ticketed and contracted rentals are not included in this offering.  The Lake FX "Fast Pass" will give you priority seating (first entrance based on availability) for the following programs (schedule subject to change) Friday, April 17 - 10:30AM How to Win at YouTube - Noon Website Demolition Derby - 1:30PM Breaking Down the Walls: Art and Creative Industries and the Making of Community - 3:00PM The Improv Toolkit: Bringing Yes, And to your work Saturday, April 17 - 10:30AM Visual Art Keynote: Carlos Rolon/DZINE - Noon Maker to Market - 1:30PM TBD - 3:00PM Film Keynote TBD
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Two Trains Running
Albert Theatre - Goodman TheatreApril 19, 2015 2:00 PM
170 North Dearborn Street
Chicago, IL 60601
Two Trains Running is the stage play that tells the story of the struggles and victories of African Americans in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Written by August Wilson as the seventh installment of a ten-part series called The Pittsburgh Cycle, the play is set in the historically black neighborhood of The Hill District, which was a prosperous black cultural center in the 1940s and 1950s that saw an extreme economic decline in the turbulent 1960s, largely due to the urban renewal efforts of Pittsburgh's redevelopment authorities. Two Trains Running is a portrait of urban unrest and the birth of the Black Power movement, particularly the parallel narrative of black women and the hyper-sexualized nature of the rhetoric of the movement.
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