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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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“Gourmet Burgers, Pizza and More”

“Gourmet Burgers, Pizza and More”

Highly Recommended **** Take a trip down Western Avenue, a few blocks South of Peterson and you will see a familiar [Read More]

“The Seagull” reviewed by Emily Johnson

“The Seagull” reviewed by Emily Johnson

Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, written in Russian in 1895, directed by Cody Estle, runs at the Artistic Home this [Read More]

“The Distance”

“The Distance”

I know that many a good story was written by a British playwright, but often wonder why the production company feels [Read More]

“Tug Of War:Foreign Fire” review by Carol Moore

“Tug Of War:Foreign Fire” review by Carol Moore

 Highly Recommended **** “Tug of War: Foreign Fire” is such a huge production it’s hard to know where to start [Read More]

Shakespeare In The Park- summer of 2016

Shakespeare In The Park- summer of 2016

          Chicago Shakespeare leadership and artists joined Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to [Read More]

“One Man, Two Guvnors” review by Carol Moore

“One Man, Two Guvnors” review by Carol Moore

Recommended *** Do you remember that scene in “Bull Durham” where Kevin Costner’s character told the rookie to [Read More]

“Haymarket: The Anarchist’s Songbook”

“Haymarket: The Anarchist’s Songbook”

Highly Recommended **** One of Chicago’s newest “hotspots” when it comes to dining out, the Randolph [Read More]