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Archive for March 12th, 2012

” 10 Ways To Kill Your Husband” reviewed by Jeff Brody

” 10 Ways To Kill Your Husband”     reviewed by Jeff Brody

We often forget that theater is entertainment and that entertainments need not be earth shattering, but only enjoyable. There are many theater-goers who enjoy just laughing for a few hours, which is why light comedy survives. Sit-com on TV is fun fare for audiences and [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]