The Belmont Theater District is lucky to work with incredible playwrights to write and produce shows right in our neighborhood. Hallie Palladino is a Chicago Playwright. Her plays include DERAILED (O’Neill Semi-Finalist), INFATUATION (Ojai Playwrights [...]
The 58th Chicago International Film Festival will kick off 12 days of premiere screenings, filmmaker Q&As, panels, workshops, and much more with the opening night ChiFilmFest Block Party. So for one night only, walk the [...]
As recently as this time last year, the Mercury Theater looked to be closed for good. In June 2020, Walter Stearns and Eugene Dizon, the venue’s owners and programmers since 2010, announced they’d be shutting [...]
Presented by Oscarbate and Hollywood Entertainment | Sponsored by DePaul University Films of a higher tier, those stamped with the seal of Art, usually accrue a more serious following than many of the movies being made on a supposedly [...]
Playwright Tyla Abercrumbie’s Relentless is a gift to the Timeline Theatre audience. It is an unforgettable look into a Black family in early 20th century America. Developed through TimeLine’s Playwrights Collective, this world premiere weaves a mother’s [...]
The Chicago Playback Theatre Ensemble is seeking new ensemble members for our 2022 season! In Playback Theatre, actors guide audience members in sharing their own memories and experiences which are then brought to life on [...]
Chagall in School, a new comedy by James Sherman, relates the story of famed artist, Marc Chagall. After the Russian Revolution, Chagall creates a school for artists. He gathers together other noted artists of the time and the clash of personalities generates timeless questions about artistic freedom.
September 17, 2022 8:00 pm - October 22, 2022 9:30 pm
Zora Howard’s award-winning play, STEW, is a hilarious and haunting drama that explores the unbreakable bond between kinswomen and reveals the power that loss holds over our lives when we refuse to share it with others.
September 20, 2022 7:00 pm - November 13, 2022 10:00 pm
Films of a higher tier, those stamped with the seal of Art, usually accrue a more serious following than many of the movies being made on a supposedly lower tier - those branded with the scalding mark of the “mainstream.” Series presented by Oscarbate, in association with Hollywood Entertainment.