Hey Nonny Nonny! 1932

Opened: June 6, 1932

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Interview: Lianne Marie Dobbs Celebrates Neurodiversity in THE WINDMILLS OF MY MIND ... FOR DUSTY SPRINGFIELD at Green Room 42
by Rebecca Kaplan - Feb 14, 2024

Lianne Marie Dobbs is bringing a new show celebrating neurodiversity by way of some Dusty Springfield tunes to the Green Room 42. THE WINDMILLS OF MY MIND... FOR DUSTY SPRINGFIELD plays on Saturday February 17th at 9:30 pm at the Green Room 42. I spoke to Dobbs about the upcoming show and the way she's embraced her ADHD.

by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2024


The Peppermint Patties to Return to The Venus Cabaret Theater and Hey Nonny Live Music + Local Kitchen
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 10, 2023

Get ready for two unforgettable evenings of holiday music and fun with The Peppermint Patties at The Venus Cabaret Theater and Hey Nonny Live Music + Local Kitchen. Christmas with The Peppermint Patties features special guests The Feathered Beaus and pianist Michael Oldham.

Album Review: Jeff Harnar Inspires Sighs Of Satisfaction With A COLLECTIVE CY
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 11, 2023

A COLLECTIVE CY is a gorgeous dream album of a recording that shows off Jeff Harnar's mad skills at cabaret storytelling and music making, both at the same time.

by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 8, 2023

Discover the latest album release from JEFF HARNAR, 'CY COLEMAN.' Immerse yourself in the timeless melodies and unforgettable performances of this must-listen project. Get your copy today and experience the magic of CY COLEMAN's music brought to life by JEFF HARNAR and his extraordinary musical guests.

Jeff Harnar's New Cy Coleman Album 'A COLLECTIVE CY' is Now Available for Pre-Order
by Blair Ingenthron - Aug 26, 2023

PS CLASSICS, the label dedicated to the heritage of Broadway and American Popular Song, has announced that the new album from multi-award-winning concert artist JEFF HARNAR – A Collective Cy: Jeff Harnar Sings Cy Coleman – is now available for pre-order on iTunes.

Jeff Harnar to Celebrate New Album 'A COLLECTIVE CY: JEFF HARNAR SINGS CY COLEMAN' with Concert Tour
by Blair Ingenthron - Jul 24, 2023

PS CLASSICS, the label dedicated to the heritage of Broadway and American Popular Song, will present the new album from multi-award-winning concert artist JEFF HARNAR – A Collective Cy: Jeff Harnar Sings Cy Coleman – on CD and digital formats on Friday, September 8.

Review: THE TEMPEST at Antaeus Theatre
by Evan Henerson - Jul 12, 2023

From the opening storm to the closing musical number, the Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center is awash in buzzes, cries, whooshes, rattles and clangs. What did our critic think of THE TEMPEST at Antaeus Theatre?

Review: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Shakespeare Dallas
by Korri Romero - Jul 13, 2023

What did our critic think of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Shakespeare Dallas? For those who would endure the Texas heat, Shakespeare Dallas spins brings to life one of theater’s much-beloved comedies – and in platform heels.

Review: NATIVITY VARIATIONS is the Christmas Comedy You've Been Wishing For
by Kelsey Lawler - Nov 23, 2022

This is well-paced, laughter-filled, and heartwarming theater full of smart writing and charming characters. In short, 'The Nativity Variations' is the perfect gift for Milwaukee audiences this holiday season. 

The Shootouts Announce Ray Benson-Produced Album 'Stampede'
by Michael Major - Oct 17, 2022

Stampede came as a surprise to the band. Only months after the April 2021 release of their Top 10 Americana Radio album Bullseye, The Shootouts received word that the legendary Ray Benson wanted to produce their next album and they quickly headed back into the studio. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!

Feature: 30 Days Of Cabaret Gratitude - Day Twenty-Nine - The Future
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 29, 2022

Broadway World Cabaret is looking at the work of ten artists we refer to, simply, as THE FUTURE.

Buffalo Rose Dives Into Political Satire in New Single 'Machine Man'
by Michael Major - Oct 7, 2022

A jaunty and percussive tempo drives this satiric take on politics and culture in America in the 21st century; swooping doo-wop vocals play call and response to the lead vocals as the singer pokes a little fun at promises made but never delivered. The singer remains hopeful for the future, even in the midst of the failure of hope.

Chastity Brown Releases New Album 'Sing To The Walls'
by Michael Major - Jun 17, 2022

The album was started in Stockholm, Sweden with revered session drummer and producer Brady Blade and completed at Chastity’s own home studio with her longtime drummer Greg Schutte. Additional production and mixing was done by Chris Bell in Austin, Texas. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!

The Silos Release 'My Favorite Animal' Off Upcoming Album
by Michael Major - Apr 15, 2022

The song was released with a lyric video fittingly featuring songwriter and founder Walter Salas-Humara’s vibrant animal paintings. Over the decades The Silos have morphed time and time again, expanding and expanding, not only the territory they cover, but the membership in their little community. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates.

Chastity Brown to Release New Album 'Sing To The Walls'
by Michael Major - Apr 12, 2022

Chastity Brown was born with an innate ability to channel complex circumstances into beautiful, uplifting songs. But after surviving the isolation of the early pandemic and witnessing the global racial reckoning that manifested itself in the riots mere blocks from her South Minneapolis home, even she is surprised how her new album turned out.

The Peppermint Patties Bring Close Harmony Classics To Hey Nonny Stage In Holiday Cabaret
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 2, 2021

The Peppermint Patties return to the stage with a 90-minute lineup of holiday favorites and classic close-harmony hits made famous by The Andrews Sisters, Chordettes, Lennon Sisters, and more.

Independent Venue Week Announces First Round of Participating Venues
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 24, 2021

Independent Venue Week will return July 12 - 18, 2021 bringing together venues from all across the country for a series of shows and programming in celebration of the spirit of independence. With over 200 venues in 41 states and territories already signed up, Independent Venue Week 2021 continues its rapid growth from years prior.

The Night Shift Theatre Company Presents DRUNKEN SHAKESPEARE
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2020

Hey Nonny Nonny!! Will you be our Valentine?? Drunken Shakespeare: Love, Lust and Lagers is right around the corner!! If you wear RED, PINK, or PURPLE, you get a FREE RAFFLE TICKET!

Theater RED and Carroll University Present ONCE UPON A MATTRESS
by Stephi Wild - Sep 29, 2019

Hey Nonny Nonny! Theater RED announces the musical ONCE UPON A MATTRESS produced in collaboration with students, faculty, and alumni of Carroll University. ONCE UPON A MATTRESS tells the story of the brave and strong Princess Winnifred who comes to the rescue of a kingdom in need of a new outlook on love, leadership, and life. This classic fairy tale gets a modern musical reimagining in the Otteson Theatre on Carroll University's campus in November 2019.

Old Salt Union Album 'Where The Dogs Don't Bite' Out Today
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 16, 2019

Old Salt Union has released their 4th studio album, WHERE THE DOGS DON'T BITE, today on Compass Records. The album finds this non-traditional stringband digging deep into their eclectic and diverse interests to create this set of new music, which has already received praise in such publications as No Depression, Rolling Stone Country, Relix, The Bluegrass Situation, and Bluegrass Today.

Old Salt Union Shares Third Song Off of New Album
by Abigail Charpentier - Aug 12, 2019

Old Salt Union released a third song off their new album Where the Dogs Don't Bite,  due out Friday, Aug 16 (Compass Records). 

Old Salt Union Announces New Album 'Where The Dogs Don't Bite'
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 7, 2019

Old Salt Union has announced their newest album Where The Dogs Don't Bite - Out everywhere on Aug 16 via Compass Records. The band once again enlisted GRAMMY-winning banjoist and Compass co-founder Alison Brown to produce the follow-up to their self-titled Compass Records debut. The resulting album, Where the Dogs Don't Bite, builds on Old Salt Union's mixed musical backgrounds for a wildly entertaining and eclectic batch of songs.

Chi-Town Sings Lady Gaga March 4th at The Den Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2019

Award-winning performers Robert Deason (dueling pianist extraordinaire) and Lauren Paris (most recently seen in a critically acclaimed performance as Percy in THE SPITFIRE GRILL, Refuge Theatre Project) are back with another round of Chi-Town Sings, after their sold-out performances of CHI-TOWN SINGS SARA BAREILLES and CHI-TOWN SINGS DEMI LOVATO. CHI-TOWN SINGS LADY GAGA will be performed at 8PM on March 4th at The Den Theatre. Previously, the series occupied the beloved 100 seat Haven Cabaret space, but have been upgraded to a 300 seat venue: The Heath. An anonymous producer has also signed on to the project.

Hey Nonny Celebrates Its Official Grand Opening Weekend In Arlington Heights With Eric Lindell Concert
by Stephi Wild - Oct 26, 2018

Chicagoland's newest music venue and gastropub, Hey Nonny, 10 S. Vail Ave., Arlington Heights, has officially opened to the public. Kicking off its grand opening celebration on Friday, October 26, Hey Nonny will present two shows by well-known Chicago singer-songwriter Andrew Belle, the 2009 MTV Chicago Breakout Artist of the Year. Belle's first show is sold out, but some tickets are still available for the 9:30 p.m. show. World-famous Louisiana zydeco ace C.J. Chenier, son of the late Clifton Chenier, will continue the grand opening on Saturday, October 27. In its intimate listening room, Hey Nonny presents the best Chicago and touring musicians playing jazz, rock, blues, country, reggae, classical, and folk in ticketed concerts six nights a week. Farm-to-table cuisine is featured in the Hey Nonny gastropub.


Hey Nonny Nonny! has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1932.