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Re-carving the Past: The Art of Chinese Bronzes and Jades All Ages Canceled

Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art 220 S. Cottage Hill Ave., Elmhurst Suburbs Southwest

Update: To help slow the spread of COVID-19, the museum is closed until further notice. This exhibition focuses on two prominent art forms in Chicago with 11 bronzes and 16 Jade carvings. 630-833-1616

The Last Match Canceled

4/15-6/7: Tue-Fri 7:30 PM, Sat 3 and 7:30 PM, Sun 2 and 6 PM; also Wed 4/8 and 4/29, 3 PM and Tue 4/21, 10:15 AM; Sat 3/21, 7:30 PM only; Sun 3/22, 4/12, and 5/3, 2 PM only; no show 7:30 PM Tue, 4/21
Writers Theatre 325 Tudor Ct., Glencoe Other Suburbs North

Buy Tickets$35-$80, $20 student tickets in advance, student rush tickets free, pending availability

UPDATE Friday, March 13: this event has been postponed until at least April 15. Please check with box office for updates.

A young Russian rising star in the world of tennis and an American superstar face off at the U.S. Open in Anna Ziegler's play, directed for Writers by Keira Fromm. The action moves between their on-court competition and their private lives, which involve their equally-driven partners. The performance on Sat 4/4 at 3 PM is open captioned. 847-242-6000

Hit Her With the Skates Canceled

4/23-6/21: Tue 7:30 PM, Wed 1:30 and 7:30 PM, Thu-Fri 7:30 PM, Sat 2 and 8 PM, Sun 2 PM
Royal George Theatre Center 1641 N. Halsted St., Chicago Lincoln Park

Buy from Ticketmaster$40-$99

American Idol vets (and real-life couple) Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young star in this world-premiere musical by Christine Rea and Rick Briskin, set against the backdrop of a south side roller rink. A rising rock star in 1994 (DeGarmo) agrees to headline the reopening of the roller rink where she spent her formative years and finds herself making a trip back in time to 1977 and the people and influences who made her what she is. Brenda Didier directs, with choreography by Christopher Chase Carter and musical direction by Daniel A. Weiss. 312-988-9000