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April 22-24 – Chicago Magazine

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1. Jurassic poetry

TS Eliot may have written, “April is the toughest month,” and, as true as it may be, the plus is that it is National Poetry Month. Dedicated to the Month of Poetry, a unique exhibition uniting dinosaurs and poetry has been created at the Field Museum. Called Poems by Eric Elsteinpoems from the poet’s museum residence are presented at the exposition. Until April 2023 fieldmuseum.org

2. Relax

You will definitely have a good time in Waldos Forever Fest. Presented by the Dispensary 33 Cannabis Festival in Andersonville returns to Chicago for the first time since recreational herbs have become legal in the state. And don’t miss performances from Shea Couleé, Sudan Archives and Junglepussy. April 23. do312.com/waldosforeverfest

3. Lasso’ed In

A live comedy show, anyone? Jamie Lee, co-executive producer Ted Lasso, as well as actress, comedian and author, is hosting a show at The Den Theater this weekend. In addition to working on Ted Lasso, Lee has also appeared in series such as Failure, The girl’s code and Conan. April 22 and 23. thedentheatre.com

4. I am [Not] Trying to break your heart

Wilco fans, this is for you. The band’s fourth studio album, Yankees Foxtrot Hotel, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. To mark a special occasion, Wilco will show three performances in the theater auditorium. Also, be sure to pay attention to the reissue of the album at some point this year. Until April 24. auditoriumtheatre.org

5. Acts of balancing

If you are looking for something unusual then Chicago Circus and Performing Arts Festival came to town. It will feature a variety of performances, from burlesque to traditional circus and clown shows. Until April 24. chicagoplays.com

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