Celebrate Irish, Chicago History in Colorful Show Music Mad
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The last date listed for Music Mad: How Chief O'Neill Saved the Soul of Ireland was Sunday October 27, 2013 / 4:00pm.
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This monthly show at UP Comedy Club hosts a diverse lineup that changes with each performance. Featuring a melting pot of Chicago talent, the Risky, Eclectic Artists Comedy Hour brings stand-up comedians, poets, musicians, performance artists and improvisational actors to the stage for a great night of entertainment. Each 90-minute show chooses a new subject matter to drive the performance with history, women, sex and violence, race and LGBTQ themes in rotation. Plus, a portion of the ticket sales will go towards providing scholarships to emerging talent from Second City Outreach & Diversity. Learn More
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Had a enjoyable evening here, with dinner before in the bar area. The show is in the lovely dining room of Chief O'Neill's, with rows of chairs replacing the tables. A 4 piece band, dancer, and singers tell the story of Chief O'Neill and his work to notate the Irish songs he loved. This I knew about, but who knew he protected Emma Goldmann and was the first to promote a black policeman? If you want to see the feet of the step dancer, get there early and sit in the first two rows. Otherwise, any seat is good. A fine entertainment for the price of a movie.