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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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“Title and Deed”

“Title and Deed”

when one says Michael Patrick Thornton is the actor, we all know that there is no need for another. he is a fine story [Read More]

“Our Bad Magnet”

“Our Bad Magnet”

The story is crisp and told with a special flavor that makes you want to know more. Two acts, 7 scenes and less than [Read More]

“The Walk Across America for Mother Earth” review by Lawrence Riordan

“The Walk Across America for Mother Earth” review by Lawrence Riordan

By the end, the whole thing looked a gruesome satire and unfair attack on the left’s motives for champion of the [Read More]

“Royal Society of Antartica” review by Lawrence Riordan

“Royal Society of Antartica” review by Lawrence Riordan

the King James version of Paul’s epistles on resurrection tend to take on more significant meanings, and we wonder if [Read More]

The Underground- Chicago’s hidden treasure.

The Underground- Chicago’s hidden treasure.

The lower portion of the city has been in place for many years and while many residents and visitors are not aware of [Read More]

“The One and Only Ivan” review by Carole Moore

“The One and Only Ivan” review by Carole Moore

The entire cast is always available for autographs after the performance. If she didn’t like a character, Molly [Read More]

“The Hammer Trinity” review by Lawrence Riordan

“The Hammer Trinity” review by Lawrence Riordan

it was Kevin Strangler’s understated and unassuming performance as the hero Casper Kent from which I could not [Read More]