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The 58th Chicago International Film Festival @ Various Theaters & Streaming straight to you home

The 58th Chicago International Film Festival @ Various Theaters & Streaming straight to you home, various times WHAT: An annual film tradition is back in theaters, but it keeps a lot of the last two year’s virtual screenings intact! SO WHAT: The 58th Chicago International Film Festival, much like the rest of the city, is back to normal. They will be combining streaming on-demand and regular fantastic theater screenings and a few pop up experiences to enjoy a stunning collection of feature-length films, shorts, and in person celebrations. Check out our preview of the festival here! NOW WHAT: You can…

$13 – $340
Ongoing

Music Box of Horrors @ Music Box Theatre

Music Box Theatre 3733 N Southport Ave, Chicago

Music Box of Horrors @ Music Box Theatre, 3733 N Southport Ave, Noon Saturday – Noon Sunday WHAT: 24 hours of horror movie madness! SO WHAT: Join the coolest theater in town, the Music Box Theatre, for this year’s incarnation of the Music Box of Horrors as they swiftly descend into madness through a long list of mind altering horror films! This year’s event will feature special appearances like Maxx McGathey performing during Maciste in Hell, Computer Hearts will feature a post film Q&A with Louise Weard & Dionne "Charlie" Copland, Udo Kier in attendance for a post film Q&A…

$15

Rolling World Premiere Play “Man and Moon” @ Madison Street Theater

Madison Street Theater 1010 Madison Street, Oak Park

Rolling World Premiere Play “Man and Moon” @ Madison Street Theater, 1010 Madison Street, Oak Park, October 19-November 13WHAT: The National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere of San Diego-based Siena Marilyn Ledger’s play “”Man and Moon.” SO WHAT: “Man and Moon” is set in the waiting room of a hospital oncology unit, where transitioning man Aaron meets 12-year-old middle-schooler Luna, who loves outer space. Together, they learn how to wait and navigate their own changing bodies. “’Man and Moon,’ a play about expansion, connection, grief, and hope, guides us toward our inner children,” said director Hayley Procacci. “Ledger breathes comedic…

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