What’s going on #AtTheMAC?


Want to be the first to know what’s happening? Find us on social media!

 Facebook    Twitter      Instagram


FREE Global Flicks at the MAC

Global Flicks

This wildly popular FREE series returns with a new line-up of Academy Award winners and nominees. Films are presented in their original language with English subtitles in the Playhouse Theatre at the MAC on Wednesdays at 1:30 and 7:30p. 

Ecotopia (Turkey)—Feb. 3 
Life, Above All (South Africa)—Feb. 10
A Coffee in Berlin (Germany)—Feb. 17 
The Lunchbox (India)—Feb. 24
Red Army (US/Russia)—March 2
Violetta Went to Heaven (Chile)—March 9

Visit http://ow.ly/XGSp9 for more information.

Hooking Up with the Second City is at the MAC!

Saturday, Feb. 13 at 6p & 9p
The BEST date night show in town returns to the MAC due to popular demand to celebrate Valentine’s Day with “Hooking Up with The Second City”. Chicago’s favorite comedy group brings this special relationship revue that makes mirth out of missed connections and all the crazy things we do for love. Every ticket also includes chocolates and a champagne toast with the cast following the show making this the perfect Valentine’s Day outing! Mature language and themes used in this show.

Visit http://ow.ly/Xi1xb for more information!

Elephant & Piggie’s ‘We Are in a Play’


Get ready for a musical experience ripped from the pages of your favorite Mo Willems’ award winning, best-selling children’s books. This vaudevillian romp, commissioned by the Kennedy Center, has Elephant Gerald and Piggie singing and dancing their way through questions like, what do you wear to a fancy pool costume party? Should you share your ice cream? How can two friends play with one toy? Featuring the back-up singers ‘The Squirrelles’ this duo gets the audience involved in the action. Recommended for ages 4 and up, performance length 60 minutes.

Elephant and Piggie Books based on the show
Should I Share My Ice Cream?
I Am Going!
I Love My New Toy!
I Am Invited to a Party!
Listen to my Trumpet!

Visit http://ow.ly/XeBIz (link in bio) for more information and to purchase tickets.


December 3, 2015 – January 23, 2016

Found/Made is an exhibition of work by College of DuPage adjunct studio art faculty.  For this exhibition faculty were asked to display an existing object alongside their work that they felt related to that work in some way. Ranging from found postcards to student paintings these items provide insight into each artists works, interests and broader studio practices.

Featuring work by:
Greg Binder, Ann Blaas, Miles Boone, Peter Bosy, Benjamin Buchenot, Robert Buitron, Alexandra Eiva, Adam Fotos, Karl Fresa. Magalie Guerin, Dan Gunn, Seth Hunter, Katherine Jost,  David Linneweh, Nazafarin Lotfi, Cherith Lundin,  Lily Mayfield, Min Pak, Teresa Parker, Russell Phillips, Kate Pszotka, Gary Schirmer, Christopher Schneberger, Michael Taylor, Olivia Schreiner, Paul Shukin and Don Southard

Click here for the Cleve Carney Art Gallery official website.

Enter-to-Win a Restaurant.com gift card PLUS $10 off tickets to “Cinderella”

As a special thank you to our social media followers, we are giving away ten $25 Restaurant.com gift certificates. Additionally, everyone who applies will automatically receive a special code for $10 off all tickets to the performance of “Moscow Festival Ballet Cinderella” on Sunday, Jan. 10 at 7p.  All of the ingredients for the perfect “Mother/Daughter Date Night”! Click here to enter.

Downton Abbey stars perform a scene with American accents… so funny!