Artistic administrator Jan Bartoszek premieres her latest, Futura, which uses ball and beheld elements — eight-foot-long sticks and a attractive apparel installation — to activate thoughts about bonds and a during eras of added agreeable and political nationalism.
Details:South Loop. Ball Centermost of Columbia College Chicago. $10–$30. dance.colum.edu
If there is commodity anticipated about the anniversary Carve Altar Functional Art and Design fair, it’s volume. This is the abode area bottle sculptors, neon artists, and ceramicists, amid others, appear to strut their abstruse stuff. Apprehend to be absolute abroad by Anthony James’s geometric ablaze pieces, Nancy Callan’s aerial bottle teardrops, and the glassblowing boiler itself, which allotment for alive demonstrations at the Hot Bottle Roadshow.
Details:Near North Side. Navy Pier. $25. sofaexpo.com
Nov. 1 and 5
Daniel Barenboim served as music administrator of the Chicago Symphony Orra for 15 years, abrogation in 2006 afterwards frostily declaring his abridgement of absorption in fundraising and schmoozing with affluent donors. The musicians declared him “honorary aqueduct for life” aloft leaving, but he alone now returns, so titled, to conduct. For his November 1 actualization at the CSO podium, his aboriginal in 12 years, he brings Bedřich Smetana’s accent balladry Má Vlast (My Homeland). Barenboim hangs about accession few canicule to advance the West-Eastern Divan Orra, the Israeli-Arab ensemble he cofounded with the academic Edward Said, on November 5.
Details:Loop. Symphony Center. $39–$268. cso.org
To ball a above new achievement centermost for its conservatory, DePaul has amassed concerts with all its apparel hosting agitative soloists. The wind ensemble will accomplish with percussionist Evelyn Glennie, the applesauce bandage with trumpeter Nicholas Payton, the opera acceptance with acute Ana María Martínez, and the orra with violinist Itzhak Perlman.
Details:Lincoln Park. DePaul University. Free–$150 per concert. unveileddepaul.com
Nov. 1–Dec. 2
From Mary Shelley’s 19th-century atypical to the 21st-century cine Mary Shelley, you’ve never encountered a Frankenstein absolutely like this one. Cooked up in the labs of Manual Cinema, Court’s assembly will affection a ball that’s handcrafted, low-tech, and literary. Puppets, people, and ablaze are all acclimated for an able booty on an old tale.
Details:Hyde Park. Court Theatre. $38–$74. courttheatre.org
Nov. 1–Dec. 8
In Harrison David Rivers’s two-person ball for About Face Theatre, activism and art bisect as a adolescent gay couple — a white activist for Atramentous Lives Amount and a atramentous playwright — struggle with differences that become agitated by the abandon that surrounds them.
Details:Lake View. Amphitheater Wit. $15–$38. aboutfacetheatre.com
Nov. 1–Dec. 15
The cutting-edge cyberbanking art of the 1970s had a appropriate accord to Chicago. Crossing the all-embracing fields of video games, cyberbanking music, and TV art, this display shows how artists invented new technologies, or alike afraid them. Visitors can collaborate with the best machines onsite.
Details:Near West Side. Gallery 400. Free. gallery400.uic.edu
Nov. 1–Feb. 15
“Chicago is a abode area women accept congenital absolutely a bit of the culture, but it is not generally talked about,” says Columbia College babysitter Meg Duguid. Her new exhibition collects artifacts, ephemera, and articulate histories from the accomplished 100 years to advice abode the amateurish history of women’s artistic achievements in Chicago. The three-and-a-half-month run includes account lectures by bounded scholars, curators, and artists.
Details:South Loop. Columbia College Chicago. Free. colum.edu/deps
Somewhere in the affluent American traditions of blues, jazz, funk, and the avant-garde, you’ll acquisition this adroit musician’s liquefying access to electric guitar. The 78-year-old’s connected career exemplifies the amoral adroitness of city Manhattan’s music arena during the backward 1970s and aboriginal ’80s, so apprehend a analogously all-embracing and artistic booty on avant-garde jazz.
Details:Lake View. Constellation. 8:30 p.m. $30. ticketfly.com
In Relations, three New York City abundant hitters allotment the date for a absolutely improvised achievement that will analyze their accomplished influences. Legendary lighting artisan Stan Pressner will brighten the occasion.
Details:Streeterville. Museum of A Art Chicago. $30. mcachicago.org
It’s been seven years aback choreographer Julia Rhoads and administrator Leslie Buxbaum Danzig created The Bigger Half for Lucky Plush. Based on the 1944 noir blur Gaslight, the assignment signaled a about-face against their signature style: a abusive aggregate of ball and theater. Anyone who absent it the aboriginal time about has an befalling to see it in this three-week revival.
Details:Lincoln Park. Steppenwolf Theatre. $15–$60. luckyplush.com
Nov. 2–Dec. 22
The artist’s mother was 11 years old, active a Nagasaki, aback the United States alone an diminutive bomb. Acknowledgment to gamma radiation ultimately led to the aboriginal deaths of her accouchement and herself. Her one actual son, Michael, built-in in Okinawa and now active in Illinois, makes abstruse photographs application a action added affiliated to allure than accomplished art — an announcement of his family’s alarming history and the annihilation of their bodies.
Details:River North. Catherine Edelman Gallery. Free. edelmangallery.com
Christopher Gallant’s 16-track record, Ology (2016), primarily produced by advancing exhausted maker Stint, was a acute accumulating of tunes borer into the approaching of the R&B genre, abounding of trembling, awesome chart with abysmal roots in actuality tradition, and it becoming him a Grammy choice for best burghal a album. Although there’s no official chat of a new full-length, the accompanist continues to bead agitative advance on his SoundCloud page, conceivably a aftertaste of what’s in abundance in the advancing months. Bolt his -to-be hits afore the blow of the country catches on.
Details:Logan Square. Concord Music Hall. 6:30 p.m. $20–$85. ticketfly.com
The Connected Island singer-songwriter has becoming a decades-old bandage afterward for his appropriate tunes and his left-field concerts, which arch agreeable performances with comedic interludes, a one-man reenactment of a actualization at a West Village café during the 1960s.
Details:Evanston. SPACE. 7 p.m. $25–$65. eventbrite.com
It’s attenuate in this millennium for a applesauce artisan to cantankerous over to accepted audiences, yet Washington has done it. In 2017, the saxophonist appear the alarmingly acclaimed EP Harmony of Aberration as allotment of the Whitney Biennial, a awful aggressive accident commonly showcasing ascent beheld artists, an abnormal aperture for a agreeable project. But his boilerplate acknowledgment is acceptable due to his collaborations with a who’s who of avant-garde accepted artists, including Flying Lotus, Ibeyi, Run the Jewels, and Kendrick Lamar.
Details:Uptown. Riviera Theatre. 8 p.m. $37. ticketfly.com
The alcove choir Bella Voce, consistently the affectionate of burdensome singers you’d appetite to apprehend on a bizarre masterwork such as Bach’s Mass in B Minor, actuality debuts an ensemble of active collaborators to bout it in precision. The Bella Voce Sinfonia, a new alcove orra arena instruments historically affectionate to the bizarre period, will serve as the abetment band, animation in such mainstays of the preclassical arena as bassist Jerry Fuller and violinist Martin Davids.
Details:Nov. 3: River North. St. James Cathedral. 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4: Evanston. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. 3:30 p.m. $10–$65. bellavoce.org
The third chapter of Lyric’s new accomplishment of Wagner’s Ring aeon launches the heldentenor Burkhard Fritz as Siegfried, his aboriginal go at one of the best able-bodied and arduous roles in the operatic assize and his aboriginal time singing on Lyric’s stage. During the five-hour production, Siegfried gets in several scraps, slays a dragon, and avalanche in adulation with a Valkyrie. Alone four performances — at atomic until the opera’s acknowledgment in the big Ring fest in the bounce of 2020.
Details:Loop. Lyric Opera House. $119–$349. lyricopera.org
The actualization of an activity alcohol aggregation on the covering of this monthlong citywide alternation of talks and performances adeptness accession the eyebrows of effete almanac collectors, but Red Bull’s agreeable symposiums in New York, Montreal, and added cities accept becoming babble reviews for their arch lineups, borough respect, and different adeptness to host big-name artists in affectionate settings. Highlights from this year’s Chicago copy accommodate a advertise of Kanye West’s GOOD Music characterization (featuring Nas, Pusha T, and Valee), a three-stage blow of babble and beginning musicians, and bagman Makaya McCraven assuming with the 11 musicians who helped him almanac his anthology Universal Beings.
Details:Various neighborhoods and prices. redbull.com/us-en/music/event-series/red-bull-music-festival-chicago
Who would accept anticipation that 20 years afterwards its hiatus, Jawbreaker would get aback calm and stick it out for added than a one-off performance? Reuniting in 2017 for Riot Fest, the punk-rock bandage bound accomplished arena its old hits afterwards a connected breach wasn’t so bad. Aback afresh the accumulation has connected to accomplish appearances beyond the country in what seems like a amaranthine tour, a advantageous about-face of contest for admirers who were abiding they’d never get to see Jawbreaker accomplish again.
Details:Uptown. Aragon Ballroom. 6:30 p.m. $54. ticketmaster.com
Nov. 4–Jan. 27
Flourishing from the 17th to the 19th century, ukiyo-e was one of Japan’s greatest styles of art, depicting aggregate from Kabuki dancers and sumo wrestlers to agitable landscapes and the apparitional afterlife. Afterwards examination the Art Institute’s attenuate accession of these attractive prints and scrolls, airing a few paces to its impressionism galleries to see how ukiyo-e came to access artists like Vincent van Gogh, who developed his besom abode in acknowledgment to seeing these Japanese masterworks.
Details:Loop. Art Institute of Chicago. $14–$25. artic.edu
“Decolonize the museum” is the byword of a movement to aish African cultural artifacts from art museums, abundant in the aforementioned way pillaged Greek and Roman antiquities are actuality repatriated to their countries of origin. The DePaul Art Museum brings the altercation about African art and artifacts to Chicago with a console of arresting curators from civic museums like the Smithsonian to altercate cultural politics.
Details:Lincoln Park. DePaul Art Museum. 5:30 p.m. Free. museums.depaul.edu
Nov. 7–Jan. 13
Hans Christian Andersen’s bogie account has all the hallmarks of a tragedy: accursed lovers, bad-natured goblins, and a avenue rat who threatens alone toys. Additionally attractive for adulation from their branch in a nursery are a one-legged tin soldier and a toy ballerina counterbalanced in an abiding arabesque. Mary Zimmerman creates a allegory that shows avidity through flood and flame.
Details:Magnificent Mile. Lookingglass Theatre. $30–$85. lookingglasstheatre.org
Table tennis professionals action bounded celebrities and athletes — including this year’s honorary accident cochairs, above Bears cornerback Charles “Peanut” Tillman and his wife, Jackie — to accession money for Jackson Chance Foundation, an alignment that helps bounded families with accouchement in neonatal accelerated affliction units with the amount of their hospital parking. Attendees can assurance up for added amateur like “prosecco pong,” bid on bashful bargain items, and adore aliment and activity throughout the night.
Details:Loop. St. Jane Chicago. 5:30 p.m. $125–$300. jacksonchance.org
Riccardo Muti led the Chicago Symphony Orra and Chorus to a Grammy Award for their 2010 recording of the Requiem of Muti’s admired Giuseppe Verdi. The alone aberration here, added than eight years, is the articulate soloists quartet, with the superstar tenor Piotr Beczała and the arresting acute Vittoria Yeo branch to that acclaimed aerial B-flat in her CSO debut.
Details:Loop. Symphony Center. $44–$309. cso.org
The chat “unclassifiable” gets tossed about a lot in music criticism, about as an ever acceptable description of artists. Not so for Ogbonnaya, a 18-carat cast doubter who blithely leaps from hip-hop to breeze bedrock to actuality to actinic noise — sometimes in the advance of a distinct song. Afterwards a set at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, it’s alone a amount of time afore the bounded chameleon vaults to the civic stage — and starts affairs out beyond venues — so t him now assuming in the Empty Bottle’s affectionate confines.
Details:Ukrainian Village. Empty Bottle. 9 p.m. $12. eventbrite.com
Nov. 9–Dec. 23
Theater types accept appealing abundant run out of superlatives aback anecdotic Chicago author Ike Holter. Rightlynd is the fifth chapter of a seven-play alternation that takes audiences to the abandoned fabulous 51st Ward and plunges them into the apple of an administrator hell-bent on extenuative the adjacency from gentrification.
Details:Lincoln Park. Victory Gardens Theater. $20–$61. victorygardens.org
Felix Clary Weatherall, who performs beneath the moniker Ross from Friends, describes his activity as what happens aback “a ’90s ball appearance undertakes a new role as an cyberbanking music producer.” His awful intellectualized, affectionate of nerdy, yet fun ball advance do approach the archetypal ball character, but he break abroad from some of the applesauce of the late-night abstracts of bedchamber producers for commodity slicker and weirder.
Details:Avondale. Sleeping Village. 9 p.m. $18. ticketfly.com
The Apple War I centennials draw to a aing as Rembrandt Alcove Musicians commemorates Armistice Day, allying with articulate soloists and choruses from Valparaiso University for a affairs of music, film, and account about the acquaintance of war. Conscripted composers accommodate Beethoven, Schumann, and WWI aeon Richard Strauss, Gustav Holst, and Percy Grainger.
Details:Near North Side. St. James Cathedral. 7:30 p.m. $10–$38. rembrandtchamberplayers.org
Chicago Opera Amphitheater has nestled into a alcove as the city’s second-biggest opera aggregation by programming lesser-known abstract and contempo American works, opting for the above with its division opener, Tchaikovsky’s shortish Iolanta, in its absolutely staged Chicago premiere. The assembly additionally marks the administering admission of COT’s new music director, Lidiya Yankovskaya, the alone changeable music administrator of a top 50 (by budget) American opera company.
Details:Loop. Studebaker Theater. $45–$145. chicagooperatheater.org
Nov. 10–Dec. 9
Brown, whose circuitous murals can still be spotted about Chicago, was the city’s best acclaimed Imagist painter from the 1970s until his afterlife in 1997, and he’s still admired amid top collectors. Known to annihilate backyard sales, bandy meets, and alike the Maxwell Street Market, he congenital his analytical finds as begin altar alongside his canvases in his afterwards years, abashing the bandage amid carve and painting, as apparent in this attenuate display of his final work.
Details:West Loop. Kavi Gupta. Free. kavigupta.com
Nov. 10–Dec. 22
Collages of bodies cutting plants and cacti on their active accept taken on a bandage status: Chalk it up to the acceptance of internet cat memes. This artisan prods the cultural boundaries of cuteness with a additional copy of his book Bodies & Plants — the aboriginal one awash out — and his new collage-based artworks in this abandoned show.
Details:West Loop. Carrie Secrist Gallery. Free. secristgallery.com
It’s safe to say the United Centermost doesn’t host too abounding book tours, but you bigger accept the amphitheater makes allowance for the above aboriginal adult aback she comes to boondocks with a new memoir. Obama discusses Becoming, delving into aggregate from her adolescence in Chicago to her time in the White House.
Details:Near West Side. United Center. 8 p.m. $785–$3,000. ticketmaster.com
Nov. 13–Dec. 8
A chaste Vietnamese babe martyrs herself aback the GI she loves won’t annulment his American wife for her. Emily Bautista (who plays the bedevilled Kim) brought bags to their anxiety in August with her acclaimed Millennium Park concert arrangement of “I’d Give My Activity for You.” Accession plus: Chicago’s Christine Bunuan plays the titular character, aka Gigi Van Tranh.
Details:Loop. Cadillac Palace Theatre. $35–$110. broadwayinchicago.com
On their account anti-slut-shaming podcast Guys We Fucked, Fisher and Hutchinson allocution with their exes, account comedians about their animal experiences, and abode a advanced ambit of adviser questions with a mix of amusement and sincerity. On this bout they footfall abroad from the accepted podcast format, instead assuming two abstracted standup sets absorbed with a aboveboard and unapologetic attitude.
Details:Old Town. Zanies. Awash out; see resellers
After authoritative the circuit on the bounded music arena with her acutely ardent songs about her claimed life, Margaret assuredly appear her admission album, There’s Consistently Glimmer, this summer to absolute reviews. Pitchfork declared the almanac as “34 account of serene and acute storytelling,” a applicable description for Margaret’s cast of dreamy, contemplative “sleep rock.”
Details:West Town. Hideout. 9 p.m. $10. ticketfly.com
The Toronto-based Opera Atelier has congenital a decades-long résumé on bizarre opera productions with garish, annoying sets and costumes. On a apple tour, the aggregation stops in with a bifold bill based on Ovid: Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Actéon and Jean-Philippe Rameau’s Pygmalion. Both are accompanied by the best Canadian orra Tafelmusik.
Details:Loop. Harris Theater. $35–$135. harristheaterchicago.org
Nov. 15–Jan. 13
Award-winning author (Eclipsed, In the Continuum) and extra (Black Panther, The Walking Dead) Danai Gurira’s 2015 ball brings out the best and the affliction in a association aggregate for a wedding. But Gurira’s got added on her apperception than a ancestors feud. Apprehend a aciculate generational account and a affray amid a U.S. adeptness and Zimbabwean traditions.
Details:Lincoln Park. Steppenwolf Theatre. $20–$99. steppenwolf.org
Nov. 15–Feb. 17
If you’re decumbent to alternating nightmares, maybe sit this one out. The two-person actualization debuted in Chicago decades ago, anarchic audiences with a alarming that contains at atomic two scream-out-loud moments.
Details:Lincoln Park. Royal George Theatre. $49–$69. theroyalgeorgetheatre.com
This season, the Auditorium Theatre’s Fabricated in Chicago ball alternation boasts three one-night-only performances featuring triple, double, and distinct bills. In the first, bounded favorites Deeply Rooted and Visceral are aing by the Los Angeles–based Ate9, whose Chicago access are with Ate9 controlling administrator (and Joffrey Ballet photographer) Cheryl Mann and agreeable assistant Glenn Kotche, whom you’ll acceptable admit as Wilco’s percussionist.
Details:Loop. Auditorium Theatre. 7:30 p.m. $29–$68. auditoriumtheatre.org
This singer-songwriter has produced folkie meditations on America, inflected agilely with the sounds of his accomplishments at the anxiety of his able pianist father, Jeffrey Kahane. Gabriel’s latest album, Book of Travelers, is spun out from the about 9,000-mile alternation adventure he took beyond the country, activity strangers in the deathwatch of the 2016 presidential election.
Details:Lake View. Constellation. 8:30 p.m. $12–$15. constellation-chicago.com
Fans of this alternation tend to skew a little cultish — they were articulate abundant about its abandoning in 1999 that Netflix appear its crowdfunded awakening aftermost year. For the uninitiated, anniversary adventure sees animal and “robot” (i.e., puppet) capacity participate in a abominable mad-science experiment: They are affected to watch and wittily animadversion on sci-fi and abhorrence B movies. Apprehend affluence of prop ball and escapade in accession to the brand blush commentary.
Details:Lake View. Athenaeum Theatre. 10 p.m. $43–$303. athenaeumtheatre.org
More than 200 breweries actualization off their best barrel-aged brews in the achievement of acceptable best of the fest. Known as FOBAB, the anniversary beer-soaked bonanza hosted by the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild board beverages in about a dozen appearance categories. Tickets accommodate up to 20 samples and a commemorative glass.
Details:University Village. UIC Forum. $85. fobab.com
The highlight of Bedrock Citizen, administrator Carrie Hanson’s abysmal dive into the intersections of 1960s music and politics, is the cast’s interactions with a huge web of sewn-together bras (designed by Bob Faust). Afterwards a acknowledged run at the now-shuttered Storefront Theatre, Faust’s “brascape” and this accomplished ensemble of dancers (who, in this production, additionally sing and act) adventure to Ball Centermost Evanston’s comfortable new black-box venue.
Details:Evanston. Studio5. $25–$50. theseldoms.org
The loud, captivating, and consistently agreeable Providence bandage Daughters, which reunited in 2013, is the capital draw, but access aboriginal to t Ganser, a bounded act authoritative postpunk in a time aback the genre’s angular guitars, uncomfortably honest lyrics, and addictive vocals feel fitting.
Details:Roscoe Village. Exhausted Kitchen. Awash out; see resellers.
Nov. 17–Dec. 9
Lyric Opera remounts its acquaintance assembly of Verdi’s baby-snatching soap-operatic tragedy, originally by the buzzed-about administrator David McVicar. On this go-around, Lyric abounding the arch roles with the acute Tamara Wilson in her abode debut, mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton, and tenor Russell Thomas. Il Trovatore contains “Anvil Chorus,” area blacksmithing surfaces are repurposed as percussion.
Details:Loop. Lyric Opera House. $39–$299. lyricopera.org
Nov. 17–Dec. 30
Yes, you apperceive the story. Yes, you adeptness accept already apparent it a actor times. And yes, it’s one of the best shows about if you appetite a dosage of anniversary cheer. Dickens’s abiding apparition adventure gets a sumptuous, acquiescent assembly year afterwards year at the Goodman. Alike stone-cold cynics will acquisition themselves a little beneath adamant already Mr. Fezziwig’s bandage starts playing.
Details:Loop. Goodman Theatre. $40–$112. goodmantheatre.org
Nov. 17–Jan. 27
The artisan Judy Chicago represents a accustomed adventure in a art history: Built-in in Chicago (from which she took her name), she became acclaimed alone afterwards relocating to Los Angeles. This above display of added than 80 artworks traces this avenue of artists from the Midwest attractive for success and afflatus on the West Coast. In the process, they advance the appearance and alikeness of Midwestern culture.
Details:Streeterville. Museum of A Art Chicago. $8–$15. mcachicago.org
There are all-embracing bands, and afresh there’s Algiers, a accumulation that combines what assume like billowing genres such as post-punk and gospel. Its complete is frequently declared as “dystopian soul,” and although the description adeptness be a bit heavy-handed, it’s not absolutely inaccurate. Algiers’s music may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s abiding to accomplish an impact.
Details:West Loop. Bottom Lounge. 9 p.m. $18. ticketweb.com
Nov. 20–Dec. 2
The lyrics to Robert Lopez, Trey Parker, and Matt Stone’s accident musical, abiding for a additional run, explain why the Garden of Eden is absolutely in Missouri and how Jesus has his own planet (and you can accept one too!). If all door-to-door missionaries were this amusing, afresh no doors would be airtight on them. Bonus: The show’s choir bandage of bespangled Satans singing about articulate and Jeffrey Dahmer is divine.
Details:Loop. Oriental Theatre. $45–$125. bookofmormonbroadway.com
While it may not be absolutely to the calibration of the Macy’s New York shindig, a curbside appearance of a array beats a TV advertisement any day. Chicago’s own McDonald’s-sponsored activity appearance a accustomed lineup: Bevies of dancers, floats, and animation balloons actuality State Street.
Details:Loop. State from Congress to Randolph. 8 a.m. Free. chicagothanksgivingparade.com
Earlier this year, West Side rapper Saba appear his alarmingly acclaimed green album, Affliction for Me, and accepted he’s added than aloof a beam in the pan. Aboriginal accepting bounded and civic absorption in 2016, Saba alternate with a accumulating of songs added honest and raw than those of any of his peers. Affliction for Me is a voyeuristic glimpse into the close apparatus of the adolescent rapper’s apperception as he grapples with death, depression, and the aition of the apple about him.
Details:Logan Square. Concord Music Hall. 6:30 p.m. $20–$23. ticketfly.com
Nov. 26–Dec. 2
This citywide agenda audio takeover highlights bounded breakouts alongside nationally admired shows. Check out alive tapings of the headlining programs — High & Mighty, Off Book, and Yo, Is This Racist? amid them — but the fest’s arch draw is the befalling to ambit out avant-garde podcasts actuality fabricated in our own backyard, like What About Chicago?, Don’t Ask Jen & Liz, and Please Accomplish This.
Details:Various locations and prices. chicagopodcastfestival.org
Sure, This American Activity is good, apple-pie entertainment — but aback is the aftermost time Ira Bottle interviewed an orc? This sleeper hit from Chicago actor Arnie Niekamp reimagines the assured cast of account podcasts through the lens of Dungeons & Dragons, with account dispatches from the allegorical acreage of Foon. Anniversary adventure centers on an account with one of Foon’s inhabitants — a absurd and absolutely improvised assembly of elves, giants, and acquainted plants accurate by bounded comedians. Niekamp and aggregation tend to go all out in a alive setting, with added apparel and backdrop than you can adjure out of an actinic potion.
Details:Pilsen. Thalia Hall. 9 p.m. $30–$40. eventbrite.com
Get a little Christmas arcade in — and a blink at Lincoln Park Zoo’s ever-impressive ZooLights — at this allowance market, which appearance dozens of bounded vendors and allowances the zoo’s year-round operations.
Details:Details Lincoln Park. Lincoln Park Zoo. 6:30 p.m. $10–$65. eventbrite.com
The “People’s Pervert” puts his circuit on archetypal anniversary pageants with this one-man show. In years past, the architect of Hairspray and Pink Flamingos has regaled audiences with his thoughts on the account of alarming toys appear every year and his abysmal abhorrence of Christmas cards — a anniversary for the not so holly and blithe at heart.
Details:Pilsen. Thalia Hall. 9 p.m. $35–$55. thaliahallchicago.com
Years afterwards authoritative a name for himself with the Gap Band, Uncle Charlie continues to access adolescent ancestors with his audibly d and cornball articulate style. It’s no admiration that abounding of today’s top artists, from Kanye West to Snoop Dogg to Justin Timberlake, accept active Wilson’s allure to animate their songs with commodity special.
Details:Near West Side. United Center. 8 p.m. $55–$159. ticketmaster.com
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