Part of the Loop’s landmark Auditorium Building and overseen by Roosevelt University, this theater is a stunning piece of architecture (it was designed by Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler) with great acoustics, and puts on shows of all genres, from cabaret and Broadway to jazz to the occasional major act such as R. Kelly or My Morning Jacket.
|Venue name:||Auditorium Theatre||Contact:|
50 E Congress Pkwy
|Cross street:||between Michigan and Wabash Aves|
|Transport:||El stop: Blue, Red to Jackson; Brown, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Library. Bus: 7, 10, 146.|
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Dance group Grupo Corpo makes its Chicago debut at the Auditorium Theatre, melding traditional Brazilian dance with contemporary Western movement. The program features “Sem Mim,” set to an original soundtrack by Spanish musician and composer Carlos Núñez...Sat February 28th 2015 - Sun March 1st 2015 FreeRead more50 E Congress Pkwy Chicago Chicago
Irish singer-songwriter and perpetual raw nerve Damien Rice has gotten a lot of traction over the last decade with his longing, emotionally bare balladry. His latest LP, My Favorite Faded Fantasy, delivers the kind of lovelorn, lyrically anguished tunes...Singer-songwriter Tue April 14th 2015 - Tue April 14th 2015 FreeRead more50 E Congress Pkwy Chicago Chicago