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“Where Did We Sit On The Bus”

“Where Did We Sit On The Bus”

The Civil Rights movement is as important today as it was back in the 1960’s.  The title of one of the “Up Close & Personal” series of plays,  now on the stage at Victory Gardens, deals in a unique and different way with this subject. As we all were [Read More]

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“Southern Gothic”

“Southern Gothic”

★★★★★Let me preface my review of the latest production at Windy City Playhouse, by explaining that it is not [Read More]

“Surely Goodness and Mercy”

“Surely Goodness and Mercy”

Highly Recommended **** One of my favorite “storefront” theaters is Redtwist, a PURE storefront on Bryn [Read More]

“Breach”

“Breach”

The actual title of the play now onstage at The Victory Gardens Theater is “Breach: a manifesto on race in [Read More]

“Love Never Dies”

“Love Never Dies”

Recommended *** Chicago was the place for a special theatrical presentation tonight. In particular, the Cadillac Palace [Read More]

“A Moon For The Misbegotten”

“A Moon For The Misbegotten”

Doing the work of a master playwright  such as Eugene O’Neill, is not for every theater. In fact, until Writers [Read More]

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream/Short Shakespeare” review by Carol Moore

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream/Short Shakespeare” review by Carol Moore

Highly Recommended **** Chicago Shakespeare Theatre’s production of “Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s [Read More]

“Sex With Strangers”

“Sex With Strangers”

Our world has changed a great deal. There are many who feel that the world of the “Internet” has been a [Read More]