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Experience a blast from the past with all the glam, bright colors and totally rad pop music of the 1980s at Raue Center For The Arts!  Singer-songwriters Lisa Rock and Sari Greenberg bring the sing-and-dance-along songs of the ‘80s to the stage with “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” at 8 p.m. on May 19, 2017.

The Raue Center for the Arts is having a party, an Irish House Party, and if the past is any indication of what’s in store on May 11 and May 12 at 8 p.m., you better act quickly and get your tickets so you get into the party.

Raue Center For The Arts is excited to announce the 20th Annual Bob Blazier Run For The Arts. Runners are encouraged to don the jersey, sweater or uniform of their favorite Chicago sports team and run for Raue Center! The 5k and 1-mile walk/run honor the unparalleled community accomplishments of Bob Blazier and benefits Raue Center – a 501(c)3 organization. Show your Chicago team spirit and help preserve the arts in your community at 8 a.m. on May 7, 2017!

Top spots for celebrating super-mom Sunday

The Actor’s Studio in New York City recently put on a play written by Maria Irene Fornes, an 85-year-old who has Alzheimer’s disease. Fornes has been a critically acclaimed playwright since the 1960s, and was a huge figure in the Off-Off Broadway movement during that time.

If you’re a parent, Christopher Titus is ready to offer therapy.

Started in the late spring of 2016, The Fund was designed to keep Raue Center thriving, vibrant and sustainable for children and adults alike.

The name Peter Yarrow is synonymous with “Puff, the Magic Dragon.”