Black Ensemble Theater
Graceland Cemetery is the final resting place for some of the biggest names in Chicago history, including architects Louis Sullivan and...
Lillstreet Art Center
Fire up the saws, kilns, easels and other arty implements at Lillstreet’s glass-blowing, block-printing, painting, pottery and...
The closest thing Chicago has to a honky-tonk, Carol’s Pub offers (at times ironic) boot-stompin’, Bud-drinkin’ good times to patrons,...
Everyone from hipsters nursing hangovers to moms nursing babies pile in to family-run Tiztal for brunch. The chorizo scrambles,...
Black Ensemble Theater information
Lonely Planet review
This well-established group saw its fledgling production of The Jackie Wilson Story attract wide attention and national tours. The focus here has long been on original productions about the African American experience through mostly historical, biographical scripts.