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Judy and Liza—Once in a Lifetime: The London Palladium Concert—A Tribute Recommended The Short List (Theater) Canceled

7/24-8/9: Fri-Sat 7:30 PM, Sun 2 PM
Greenhouse Theater Center 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago Lincoln Park

Buy Tickets$25


Note: this event has been canceled. Contact box office regarding refunds.

Greenhouse Theater and Nancy Hays Entertainment remount this musical tribute to Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli, which closed early in March due to the COVID-19 stay-at-home order. Hays and Alexa Castelvecchi play Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli in a tribute to their 1964 concert at the London Palladium. Reader critic Albert Williams reviewed the earlier production, noting "Accompanied by a trio led by pianist Robert Ollis, Hays and Castelvecchi don't try to imitate Garland and Minnelli; instead, through song and storytelling, they share their own perspectives on the stars' enduring influence on them as artists in their own right."

The Greenhouse has established policies in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including limited seating, required use of masks by patrons, and elimination of intermission. For questions regarding these and other policies, contact the box office. 773-404-7336

Mother Goose Lost! Free

7/11-8/12: Sat-Sun 1 PM through Facebook Live

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Eclectic Full Contact Theatre unveils its first virtual theater production. In this family-friendly offering, Mother Goose has retired and the evil Solomon Grundy decides to rewrite her rhymes. Her friends Nancy and Frank, along with Detective Joe Saturday, join forces to save her before the goose is cooked.

The Barriers That Create Us: Sage Smith Recommended Free All Ages

Sunday 8/2 through Sunday 8/9
Connect Gallery 1520 E. Harper, Chicago Hyde Park


Connect Gallery will be presenting the work of Chicago artist Sage Smith in Barriers That Create Us. The show kicks off with an artist talk on Sunday 8/2 from 4pm-5pm. 773-466-4421