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Archive for February, 2012

“The North Plan”

“The North Plan”

Try to imagine being in a very rural town, a town filled with "rednecks", where a bureaucrat has been taken into custody because he has an enemy list that the FBI truly wants as there is a group that is taking over the government. This man, Carlton Berg ( deftly handled by [Read More]

“Always…Patsy Cline”

“Always…Patsy Cline”

Memories in musical theater, of those who have passed away, serve to keep them alive in our hearts. Patsy Cline was a young Country Western singer who in her few short years rose to the top and yet, without stories, such as "Always...Patsy Cline" her name and music might be [Read More]

Short Shakespeare! “The Taming of The Shrew”

Short Shakespeare! “The Taming of The Shrew”

This is true Shakespeare with people changing identities and lots of mistaken identities and laughter for the audience. The silly Hortensio ( Matthew Sherbach is a scream),Jessie Fisher,Jeffrey Baumgartner, Jose Antonio Garcia, Mick Weber,and Terrance Mosley are delightful [Read More]

“Oohrah!”

“Oohrah!”

The acting is powerful, the set by Judy Radovsky, well done and except for the two lighting spots where Pop Pop speaks,Eric Bransort, has done a great job. The sound and music by Stephen Ptacek and properties by Maria DeFabo are better than usual for a low budget production [Read More]

Chicago Live!

Chicago Live!

If you need a place to unwind before the week-end, The UP Comedy Club is the place and every Thursday night, Rick Kogan and his staff deliver the best "happy hour" in the city.Visit www.chicagolive.com to view the upcoming shows and reserve your space to be a part of a fun [Read More]

“Bully” -Facing History and Ourselves

“Bully”  -Facing History and Ourselves

Lee Hirsch's "Bully",, a character driven documentary, examines the disastrous consequences of bullying through the testimony of five students and their families. Through the power of their stories, it is the intent of the film to make more of us aware of the challenges [Read More]

“A Catered Affair”

“A Catered Affair”

an exploration of just how strong love can be. This is 90 minutes of deep emotion brought to the stage under the clear direction of Nick Bowling with musical direction by Doug Peck; need I say more? [Read More]

Disney Live! all new “family show” comes to Rosement

Disney Live! all new “family show” comes to Rosement

As in previous Disney Live! productions, you will be captivated by the characters coming to life, the special choreography, costumes and sets that will become an experience you will remember for years to come. This is a short run [Read More]

Second City opens its new “UP Comedy Club”

Second City opens its new “UP Comedy Club”

and as if they were not already the destination spot for laughter, a brand new venue has been added to the Second City stages- UP Comedy Club, a marvelous cabaret that will bring back memories of the days of Mister Kellys and The Happy Medium on Rush street has taken over [Read More]

“South Pacific” by Jeff Brody

“South Pacific”   by Jeff Brody

this is a scaled down touring show with a far younger and less experienced cast of non-Equity performers who are just earning their credits. They are strong and play their roles well and make the wonderful score of this show come alive, and unlike other recent productions [Read More]

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Santa’s Village Azoosment Park-2015

Santa’s Village Azoosment Park-2015

    Highly Recommended ***** If you are seeking a truly fun place for a family outing, and the kids in your [Read More]

“Moby Dick” review by Carole Moore

“Moby Dick” review by Carole Moore

Lookingglass Theatre new production of David Catlin’s original adaptation of Herman Melville’s classic novel, [Read More]

“Beaches, a New Musical”

“Beaches, a New Musical”

"The Wind Beneath My Wings" does appear in the second act and is handled in a beautiful way by Cee-Cee. Here is where I [Read More]

“Miranda the Panda”

“Miranda the Panda”

Highly recommended ***** After reading the precious little book written by Ruthie Darling, my grand daughters wanted [Read More]

“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”

“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”

Ross Lehman, who is much more laid back than usual gets to spread his wings in the second act with his rant about the [Read More]

“The Who and the What” reviewed by Carole Moore

“The Who and the What” reviewed by Carole Moore

Zarina had been in love with an Irish guy she met in grad school, but Afzal made her break up with him, so playing the [Read More]

“Bad Jews”

“Bad Jews”

The title sort of misrepresents itself as it is not about Jews being bad, but rather about Jews who interpret Jewish [Read More]