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VarietyDan Lauria will star in the musical version of "A Christmas Story," the holiday tuner now prepping for a Yuletide run on Broadway. It'll be a return to the Rialto for Lauria ("The Wonder Years"), who starred as the title character in the 2010...
Tags: Holidays, Dr. Seuss, Entertainment, Dan Lauria, Theater
Channel Guide MagazineBy Kate O’Hare Viewers who have been longing to turn on their TV sets and visit a place “where everybody knows your name,” as the Cheers theme song says, may find what they seek when TBS premieres Sullivan & Son on July 19 at 10pm ET....
VarietyTBS has renewed comedy "Men at Work" for a 10-episode second season that will air in 2013. The laffer has averaged 2.7 million viewers in live + 7 in its debut campaign, which ends July 12. " 'Men at Work' is a strong addition to the TBS lineup and...
RedEyeChicago comedy fans have the chance to meet the cast of TBS' latest sitcom, "Sullivan & Son," just a week after its July 19 premiere. Series star Steve Byrne and co-stars Owen Benjamin, Roy Wood Jr. and Ahmed Ahmed bring their "Sullivan & Son" Tour to UP...
If you find yourself pulled out of the audience at a comedy show and dragged up on stage like a performing seal, the most you can generally expect is flop sweat, a T-shirt and a Polaroid. Not when Vince Vaughn is running things. Nope, when Ward Boss...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Politics, Lobbying, Barack Obama, Bill Burr
Like the creeping tinsel at the mall, holiday shows in Chicago seem to start earlier each year. This season, it was “White Christmas” at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire even before the trick-or-treaters had ventured forth from their...
Toward the end of "A Christmas Story, The Musical" you hear a small catch in the throat of the fine actor Gene Weygandt, who plays Jean Shepherd, the raconteur who gave the American Christmas its Ralphie and his Red Ryder BB gun. You immediately get...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Holidays, Movies, Celebrities, Entertainment
Chicago wasn't The Fray's first choice for 'You Found Me' video, Robin Thicke coming to The Mid, D-Rose watches DePaulThe Fray’s Isaac Slade said filming the music video for “You Found Me” on the streets of Chicago was “really, really surreal,” but the 30-year-old singer admitted Chicago was not the piano rock band’s first choice....
Zap2ItConventional wisdom among television programmers is that nobody is watching on major holidays such as Christmas, and if they are watching, they're probably sick of the holiday hype by the time the day rolls around. What seems to slip their minds is...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelA few TV highlights tonight: “A Michael Bublé Christmas” premieres at 8 o'clock on NBC. He sings, of course, many familiar songs. He also welcomes Justin Bieber, Kellie Pickler, Thalia, Oscar the Grouch, the Puppini Sisters and Naturally 7....
If any of us wondered if celebrities would still visit Chicago after “The Oprah Winfrey Show” ended in May, we now have our answer. Chicago is still a popular destination for film projects — which this year included “Man of...
Tags: Carlos Boozer, Greg Mathis, Jim Breuer, Jake Peavy, Starz, LLC
Tribune reportersA 45-year-old man who worked in the film industry in Los Angeles was found dead over the weekend in a downtown Chicago hotel room, authorities and police sources said. John O’Brien was found dead in a hotel room about 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the...
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