Six female friends gather on the coldest night of the year in a New York apartment for a baby shower. The evening of fun and gossip shifts to poignant truths about love, careers, and the occasional hors d'oeuvre.
Few entertainers today are as accomplished or versatile as Ben Vereen. His legendary performances transcend time and have been woven into the fabric of this country’s artistic legacy.
Vladimir and Essragon wait in a barren space for someone, or something, named Godot. The two are caught in a blur of time, place, memory, and hope, resulting in a tragicomedy of wordplay about mankind's inexhaustibale search for meaning.
From Renée Baker and her Chicago Modern Orchestra Project—new, jazz-oriented scores for a trio of silent films, with plots addressing timeless and universal issues of feminism, arranged marriage, the deification of youth, alcoholism, idealism and hate.
GRIEG – Peer Gynt, BERWALD - Estrella de Soria Overture, SILBELIUS - Luonnotar