Meet Me in St. Louis
NT Live: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
- A part of NT Live 2014
Big Trouble In Little China
The New York Film Critics Series® presents Child of God
- A part of The New York Film Critics Series
Me, Myself and Mum (Les Garcons et Guillaume, a table)
- A part of The 2014 Chicago French Film Festival
Now you can buy your tickets online!
The Music Box Theatre has developed a new ticketing solution and now tickets can be purchased for most screenings online! As always, you can visit our Showtimes page (by clicking above) and see any upcoming screenings we have scheduled. Generally, the full showtime schedule is published on Wednesdays for the following Friday through Thursday. A partial schedule may be available further in advance for special events.
Meals & Deals
3443 N. Southport Ave. (773) 529-8550
Bring in your Music Box Theatre ticket stub for a free appetizer for your table!
3425 N. Southport Avenue (773) 472-7800
Candyality carries thousands of bulk items and sweet treats including gummies, sours, taffy, and more. Need M&Ms in 21 colors? We have that! How about your favorite flavor of Jelly Bellys? We carry over 30 flavors! Licorice? We’ve created Chicago’s first licorice bar offering a selection from many corners of the world.
10% off with this coupon and your purchase of $5 or more
3747 N. Southport Ave. Chicago, IL 60613 (773) 325-1710
Enjoy our mouthwatering new menu in our beautiful new surroundings. We look forward to seeing you at our new location just a few doors north of the Music Box Theatre.
Show your Music Box Theatre ticket stub for 10% off your meal!
Bring in your Music Box ticket after the show for 20% off your bill of $20 or more
Cullen’s Bar and Grill
3741 N. Southport Ave (773) 975-0600
Located on Southport just north of the Music Box Theater, we’ve been a part of Wrigleyville for over 15 years. Stop in for a pint and meet our friendly staff, check out our daily specials and enjoy our great food. There’s always something fun happening at Cullen’s and we look forward to serving you soon!
After your film present your ticket stub and receive a 15% discount off of your check! (After screening only)
Southport & Irving
4000 - 4006 North Southport Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60613 773-857-2890
Southport & Irving is a nostalgic neighborhood establishment offering fine food and drink. Celebrating regional Midwestern flavors, our menu is rooted in American classics and comfort, driven by seasonal produce and local fare. Always welcoming to large parties, Southport & Irving offers table style dining options for dinner, brunch, and private events.
Buy a Cocktail and Appetizer for 50% off (Offer per person)
A Lakeview staple!
10% off your order with a ticket stub!
CAGED DAMES! A new Musical from Hell in a Handbag Productions by David Cerda at Theatre Wit
The Mercury Theatre
The Mercury Theater Chicago, your neighborhood playhouse, is now playing the Tony Award winning AVENUE Q, a gut-bustlingly hilarious modern musical focusing on a group of unique 20-somethings making their way in the big city, seeking their purpose in life.
Music Box Films
A highly acclaimed distributor of foreign and independent film in theatrical, DVD and television markets in the United States.
Founded in 2007, Music Box Films has quickly established itself as one of the leading distributors of non-English language feature films in the US in theaters, on DVD/Blu-ray and via Video-on-Demand.
Flaco’s Tacos… Fresh. Simple. Super-Tasty.
Columbia College Chicago
Columbia College Chicago is an international leader and recognized pioneer in arts and media education.
Duran European Sandwiches located in River West
Lagunitas is coming to Chicago! Well, they are already here…. but soon their new brewery, taproom, and restaurant will be open in Pilsen. Until then, grab a beer on your way into a screening at the Music Box Theatre (assuming you are 21 and responsible enough to handle yourself during a screening)
Athenaeum Theatre Productions is firmly committed to providing the Chicago non-profit performing arts community a welcoming shared space to incubate new projects and collaborations by providing high quality and below cost performance, rehearsal, office and reception space supported by a staff of theatre professionals.
Custom Eyes has been serving the north side of Chicago since we opened on Southport in 2003. Our goal has always been to provide the highest level of service from the moment you walk through the door.
3767 N Southport Ave 773-477-5466
A simple Argentine storefront tucked away at the north end of the hot Southport strip.
Debra Dobbs Realtor
I have passion for, dedication to and expertise in Chicago and all that is real estate.
5243 N. Clark, Chicago, IL
Affordable, college-level training with accomplished industry and independent filmmakers.
Chicago Reader Real Deal
Since 1971, the Reader has served as Chicago’s political conscience, cultural guide, and music authority. We have thousands of reviews in our film archives; you can check them out and see what’s streaming on Hulu & Netflix with our Old Movies to Watch Now feature.
Broughton Hotels manages 3 hotels in Chicago: City Suites Hotel, Majestic Hotel, and The Willows Hotel.
Grayslake Antique Market
Zurko Promotions is committed to providing quality markets and shows for its customers and dealers throughout the Midwest.
The GoLakeview Mobile App is designed to actively promote local business and community events through an easy to navigate, feature rich App. The useful tool for travelers & local residents is available for download on Apple iTunes & Android Market. The App is brought to you by the Lakeview & Lakeview East Chambers of Commerce
The Second City Training Center
1608 N Wells St, Chicago IL 60657 312-664-3959.
Chicago is the world capital of improvisation (improv) and sketch comedy, and The Second City is in the heart of it. For fifty years The Second City has created a wealth of comedic material from a legendary group of performers. We offer a variety of classes in the performance arts for students at any level of experience.
Chicago Mosaic School gives artists, teachers, and enthusiasts a place to explore all facets of mosaics- from classical reproduction to contemporary abstraction.
The University of Chicago Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies serves as a bridge to a broad local, national, and international community of adult learners who wish to study at one of the best universities in the world.
Gene Siskel Film Center
164 N. State Street 312.846.2800
For almost 40 years, the Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) has presented world-class independent, international, and classic cinema.
A film by Alex Gibney
With five outs remaining in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, a foul ball descended from the cold Chicago sky, seemingly destined for the glove of Cubs left fielder Moises Alou. But a flurry of hands reached up from the left field stands, and one fatefully tipped the ball away from a frustrated Alou. It belonged to Cubs fan Steve Bartman, and as the cameras subsequently isolated on him trying to stay composed in the stands, most long suffering Cubs fans, including a chorus of hostile ones in Wrigley Field, quickly became convinced that he had swatted away Chicago’s chance of advancing to the World Series for the first time in 58 years. Even though he was one of many who reached for a ball that appeared to them clearly out of play, and even though Cubs shortstop Alex Gonzalez let a sure inning-ending double play ball go through his legs, and even though the Cubs still had a game 7 left to try to win it, Steve Bartman became the most reviled man in Chicago. The mild mannered Bartman made a sincere public apology, but his fate was already sealed by the Cub fans’ need for a scapegoat to explain a near-century of losing. Although Cubs Nation has since moved on to other seasons and other losses, Bartman remains ostracized from a community he lives in and a team he once loved. Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney relates the scapegoat compulsion to his own frustration as a Red Sox fan when Bill Buckner was similarly singled out for letting a fateful ground ball go through his legs in Game Six of the 1986 World Series. Gibney engages Buckner and his story as a means of exploring what has kept Bartman so silent despite highly lucrative offers to tell his side of the story, and what has led many fans and media people in Chicago to now act as if the whole notorious incident never even took place.
Past Screenings (since April 2nd, 2009)
- Thursday, Aug 25, 2011