Sunday November 19th 2017

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Joseph Jefferson Award “Nominees” Non-Equity

Joseph Jefferson Award “Nominees” Non-Equity

Watching the local actors, directors, tech people wait to see if they will win the coveted award and hearing the excitement for those who do is as good as it gets. And as an aside, the NON-Equity show is often better than the Equity. The difference between the two is of [Read More]

“The Cat In The Hat” appears this week-end

“The Cat In The Hat” appears this week-end

at select Chicago Public Libraries on Saturday, February 28th. Guests can meet the Cat in the Hat, enjoy story readings, and play games at the following [Read More]

“Red Kite, Blue Sky”

“Red Kite, Blue Sky”

Tickets to CCT's Chicago Park District tour of Red Kite, Blue Sky are free, but registration is required due to limited capacity. To register, visit chicagochildrenstheatre.org, email redkite@chicagochildrenstheatre.org or call (773) 227-0180 x 15. [Read More]

Theatre Week in Chicago

Theatre Week in Chicago

When it comes to live theater, Broadway may have more neon and glitter, but it is Chicago that has the talent and love to give back to the best audiences the world has ever seen. [Read More]

“A Night At The Opera”

“A Night At The Opera”

While there are many people who would love the opera “experience”, most cannot afford the tickets, and if they can purchase tickets, often they are far from the stage making it hard to see and hear.For those of you who are anxious to have that FIRST [Read More]

“West Side Story”- win two tickets to Drury Lane

“West Side Story”- win two tickets to Drury Lane

is the fastest selling production in the theater’s 30 year history. I also gave this production a MUST SEE! Tickets are scarce, BUT, here is an opportunity for you to win a pair so you can be an audience member. [Read More]

“Fillet of Solo” Festival

“Fillet of Solo” Festival

This is a time of bringing fresh work to the stage and thanks to the Rogers Park theaters, Lifeline can indeed keep the Festival alive. Not only alive, but with all the available venues', growing. Sixteen storytelling collectives and numerous solo performers- three weeks at [Read More]

“Tween Stars Live!” coming to The Patio.

“Tween Stars Live!” coming to The Patio.

This is not a show that really is about the characters they play, but instead a chance for young viewers to watch them and interact with them as they do 90 minutes of sketch comedy, Q & A and some musical numbers along with trivia. [Read More]

“KSRA”

“KSRA”

but once in the bar, which in reality is several bars and alcoves with seating, you can relax, enjoy a drink and as it turns out hear some music. What we witnessed was a young lady called KSRA, a singer who has the uniqueness of adding voices to her music so that it appears [Read More]

“Tell Me What You Remember”

“Tell Me What You Remember”

This play filled with snippets of life takes us to places where many of us might see things that will spark memories of our lives and one of the beautiful parts of this sterling production is the audience being able to take part in a discussion after the play as well as [Read More]

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“The Book of Will”

“The Book of Will”

Another Midwest premiere at Northlight! This one will have special meaning for the Shakespeare lovers out there. The [Read More]

“Crystal” Cirque Du Soleil

“Crystal” Cirque Du Soleil

While Cirque Du Soleil should be classified as “performance Art” as it is in fact, not a play, musical or [Read More]

“Lizzie”  reviewed by Jeffrey Leibham

“Lizzie” reviewed by Jeffrey Leibham

Firebrand Theatre, with its inaugural production of “Lizzie,” has put an indelible stamp on the local [Read More]

“Escape to Margaritaville…the Musical”

“Escape to Margaritaville…the Musical”

Highly Recommended **** With the great success of Abba and their “Mama Mia”, it was obvious that taking a [Read More]

“Woman of the Year”  revisited

“Woman of the Year” revisited

Highly Recommended ***** I love the concept that Porchlight  Musical Theatre has developed. They call it Porchlight [Read More]

“The Belle of Amherst”  reviewed by Michael Horn

“The Belle of Amherst” reviewed by Michael Horn

  Highly Recommended  ***** The Court Theatre continues its 63rd season with “The Belle of Amherst” by William [Read More]

” Fade”

” Fade”

Attending Tanya  Saracho’s latest play, “Fade”, made me think of an old Woody Allen story. Seems [Read More]