Join Laughing Stock Theatre for a newly devised Chicago-Style Commedia dell'Arte show.
From the writer of "Bachelorette" and the hit Netflix series "Russian Doll" comes this sexy psychological thriller.
A hilarious 90-minute improv comedy show where two teams create comedy scenes, songs and games right on the spot based on your suggestions.
Scottish power folk band Skerryvore brings its unique musical style to Metropolis Performing Arts Centre!
One professional actor downs at least 5 shots of whiskey and then attempts to perform...in a Shakespearean play.
Join Athenaeum for a ridiculous ride through everyone's favorite mythical anti-destination!
A fun and family-friendly show where kids can watch a story unfold - all based on their suggestions!
Shakespeare and Chicago-style comedy meet in this popular improv show.
Metropolis Performing Arts Centre presents a Stevie Wonder tribute by acclaimed singer and multi-instrumentalist John-Mark McGaha.
With new plays every week, THE INFINITE WRENCH is an ongoing and ever-changing attempt to shift the conventions of live performance.
Enter a realm where reality and dreams converge! "Love, Chaos, and Dinner" is an experience unlike any other.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra presents music director Riccardo Muti conducting Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana."
Chicago Opera Theater's world premiere presents a story that highlights how far we’ve come and how far we still have left to go.
The long-running, solo comedy show has been entertaining Chicago for more than 24 years!
Come see The Second City e.t.c.'s brand new 43rd Revue.
A weekly hump-day comedy show about the city of Chicago!
More fun than Sodom and Gomorrah!! So much fun, you’ll have to confess it!!!
Come see an entirely improvised, entirely ridiculous 60 minutes that’ll leave you with a full-fledged comedy hangover.
The global sensation BLUE MAN GROUP brings their signature mix of physical comedy, technology, and music to Chicago.
Early music master Jordi Savall brings a rich program of rediscovered baroque gems to Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Recently awarded the title of NEA Jazz Master, Abdullah Ibrahim makes his Symphony Center debut with the celebrated septet Ekaya.
Half concert, half improv, the night is sure to be one of the best live comedy shows in Chicago.
Join us for The Comedy Bar's newest local showcase produced and hosted by club favorite, Kyle Scanlan.
In "Roan @ the Gates," a marriage collides with national security.
Cabaret style performers create a show based on viral content that you suggest at this 1920's speakeasy with a modern twist!
In this raucous pageant of ambition and ferocity, an army of pre-teen dancers plots to take over the world…and unleash their power.
Chicago's best comedians improvise a hilarious set of scenes based on a monologist's stories.
A brand new, improvised musical from Chicago's best every Saturday at 8:30.
It’s time for women across the nation to collectively reclaim comedy, starting with The Second City!
Actors on tour are abandoned by their acting company and forced to perform "The Two-Character Play," an illusion within an illusion.
"Stop Kiss" by Diana Son is a poignant and funny play about the ways, both sudden and slow, that lives can change irrevocably.
ComedySportz Minor League features the up and coming talent in the building.
"Hundred Days" is an exhilarating true story about embracing uncertainty, taking a leap, and loving as if you only had 100 days to live.
Join drag queen Wanda for her “one witch show” exploring wicked witches and queer icons in this one-night-only performance.
iO's best and brightest delight in a show that's half monologue, half improvised musical.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra presents Chicago-based Jazz musician Makaya McCraven in a Symphony Center debut with a socio-political theme.
Windy City Playhouse hosts their next immersive birthday party. At this party, the cake tastes like truth, and everyone gets a slice.
"I'm Not a Comedian... I'm Lenny Bruce" chronicles the life and death of Lenny Bruce, the most controversial comedian of all time.
iO Theater's all-female comedy team improvises in the style of Jane Austen.
Come by for some of the funniest and most unique drinking stories you've heard!
The Annoyance House Ensemble improvises based on an audience suggestion.
Tracy Letts’s mind-bending cult classic roars back to Chicago for its Steppenwolf debut.
Metropolis Performing Arts Centre presents Chicago’s go-to band for Jewish music.
A shockingly funny Japanese-style punishment game show - complete with tasty sushi and booze.
Come see The Comedy Bar’s new variety show featuring comedy and variety acts every Saturday at 11pm. Produced by Michelle L’amour.
An all-gay improv team that plays with gender roles through universal scenework and hilarious characters.
"Summer: The Donna Summer Musical" is an electric experience and a moving tribute to the voice of a generation.
"The Hilary Duff Project" is a nostalgic adventure that will have you laughing and singing your way through the weekend.
iO Theater's best players present some good old-fashioned truth telling and improv.
The iO ensemble “Devil’s Daughter” performs every Friday night with a different opening team each week.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra presents renowned English pianist Paul Lewis performing Beethoven's First and Fourth piano concertos.
Audience suggestions spur a full length thriller in the style of Alfred Hitchcock.
Come see The Second City's Mainstage show "Do You Believe in Madness?"
For over 25 years, nothing has carried the energy, sensuality and the spectacle of "Riverdance." Fall in love with the magic all over again.
Join The Late 90’s every Tuesday as they perform alongside two hilarious groups.
Shocking and humorous, "Roe" illuminates the heart and passion behind the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.
"Next to Normal" explores how one suburban household copes with crisis and mental illness.
Metropolis Performing Arts Centre presents an exploration of the classical Indian dance form, Kathak.
The Tomato Throw Show is where a comedy show meets Dodgeball… kinda.
Trickery Chicago is fun, intimate, sometimes outrageous, and always hilarious.
The sweeping, fantastical Tony Award-winner for Best Musical Revival comes to the Cadillac Palace Theatre.
"Voice of Good Hope" is a dramatic portrait of Barbara Jordan, the first African American congresswoman to be elected from the Deep South.