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Archive for March 2nd, 2012

“Las Hermanas Padilla”

“Las Hermanas Padilla”

There are some fine performances in this 90 minute production ( no intermission) and the projections(Liviu Pasare), Lighting ( Michael C. Smith) and sound ( Christopher Kriz) all make the effects and moods a part of the show [Read More]

News at The Venue ( Horseshoe in Hammond)

News at The Venue ( Horseshoe in Hammond)

Many of us forget that we have a "little bit of Vegas" right in our own back yard. The fabulous VENUE located at The Horseshoe Casino in nearby Hammond ( just over the state line) offers us a myriad of shows- shows for every taste. [Read More]

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“A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to The Forum”

“A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to The Forum”

Recommended *** Citadel Theatre has taken on some heavy work this year, bringing large- scale musicals to their tiny [Read More]

43rd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Award Nominations Announced

43rd Annual Non-Equity Jeff Award Nominations Announced

Tuesday, April 26, 2016-Chicago, IL. The Jeff Awards Committee today announced 121 nominations in 24 categories for the [Read More]

“The House of Blue Leaves”

“The House of Blue Leaves”

If you are seeking an escape from your everyday life, in hopes of putting it aside, and just having a great time, the [Read More]

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”  review by Emily Johnson

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” review by Emily Johnson

Recommended *** A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s classic comedy, tells of a civilized kingdom that, for a [Read More]

“180 Degree Rule”

“180 Degree Rule”

Recommended *** For those of you unaware of the company, Babes With Blades”, they are an intriguing theatrical [Read More]

“Don’t Make Me Over”

“Don’t Make Me Over”

Those of you familiar with Black Ensemble Theater and the work of Jackie Taylor know that some of the [Read More]

“A Number” review by Lawrence Riordan

“A Number” review by Lawrence Riordan

Caryll Churchill’s A Number can be a confusing play. The premise is that a son, Bernard (Owen Hickle Edwards), [Read More]