Monday January 26th 2015

Theatre Reviews

“Spike Heels”

and after getting to know this character, I doubt that she could ever have fallen in love with either of the men in this show. In fact, there is a scene where she is [Read More]

“Red Bud”

This is their annual trip to "Red Bud", a championship Motocross Rave, somewhere in the rural countryside. While they have all had life changing experience over the twenty [Read More]

“Spinning Into Butter” review by Lawrence Riordan

focusing too much discourse ultimately interferes with human interaction, and shows that, at least in this play, that it produces disaster for all parties involved who are [Read More]

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Restaurant Reviews

” Highwood still has it!”

In reality, when you dine at Washington Gardens, the "family" is still present. We had dinner there the other night; Jane and I along with our good friend Alan and Vickie. Greeted by the host/owner Jim Stoecker, who found happiness in his youth as a customer at this restaurant which [Read More]

Cabaret

Tween heaven for my grandkids

The performers were delightful, posing with the kids in special ways and making them feel that they were just as important as those who were TV stars on Disney and Nickelodeon. I must say that I was quite impressed with these young talented kids, who I am sure will go on to other projects when they [Read More]

“Always…Patsy Cline”

I, for one, look forward to entering the old wooden door of the No Exit at 6970 N. Glenwood (near Morse), knowing that this intimate space will be filled with solid story telling and wonderful music. Anzevino knows how to utilize this space like a painter applying his brush to the canvass, each [Read More]

“KSRA”

but once in the bar, which in reality is several bars and alcoves with seating, you can relax, enjoy a drink and as it turns out hear some music. What we witnessed was a young lady called KSRA, a singer who has the uniqueness of adding voices to her music so that it appears she is a group, not a [Read More]

Articles

Tween heaven for my grandkids

The performers were delightful, posing with the kids in special ways and making them feel that they were just as important as those who were TV stars on Disney and Nickelodeon. I must say that I was quite impressed with these young talented kids, who I am sure will go on to [Read More]

News

“Fillet of Solo” Festival

This is a time of bringing fresh work to the stage and thanks to the Rogers Park theaters, Lifeline can indeed keep the Festival alive. Not only alive, but with all the available venues', growing. Sixteen storytelling collectives and numerous solo performers- three weeks at two venues telling us [Read More]

“Tween Stars Live!” coming to The Patio.

This is not a show that really is about the characters they play, but instead a chance for young viewers to watch them and interact with them as they do 90 minutes of sketch comedy, Q & A and some musical numbers along with trivia. [Read More]

“KSRA”

but once in the bar, which in reality is several bars and alcoves with seating, you can relax, enjoy a drink and as it turns out hear some music. What we witnessed was a young lady called KSRA, a singer who has the uniqueness of adding voices to her music so that it appears she is a group, not a [Read More]