The Arts Section 04/24/16
April 24th, 2016
On this edition of The Arts Section, host Gary Zidek talks to acclaimed filmmaker John Carney about his new movie SING STREET. Gary got an up-close look at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s new Kerry James Marshall retrospective. Chicago percussionist Kahil El Zabar stopped by to talk about a special program coming up in Hyde Park. Gary also caught with the co-founders of a Beverly Hills candy boutique, who just opened their first Midwest location in Oak Brook. And the Dueling Critics reviewed Steppenwolf Theatre’s highly anticipated world premiere MARY PAGE MARLOWE. Plus, a tribute to Prince.
Gary caught up with award-winning writer/director John Carney during his recent visit to Chicago
SING STEET is playing at select theatres in the Chicago-area
Gary attended a media preview of the Museum of Contemporary Art's Kerry James Marshall retrospective, which will be on display through September 25th.
For more information on the exhibition click here
Gary visited Sugarfina's new Oak Brook location.
The Beverly Hills-based company brands itself as a candy store for adults.
Lots of sweet things ...
And precussionist Kahil El' Zabar stopped by to talk about an upcoming concert and his time working with Nina Simone.
The Dueling Critics review Steppenwolf Theatre's world premiere of MARY PAGE MARLOWE
Good night, sweet Prince