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  • Broken Box Mime Theater's ABOVE BELOW
    Broken Box Mime Theater's ABOVE BELOW: May 6 & 7
    Next week Broken Box Mime Theater heads to The Green Building in Brooklyn to bring audiences its newest program, ABOVE BELOW. Presented byGowanus Art & Production and featuring music curated by DJ Christopher Ross, ABOVE BELOWwill take you on...
  • Ken Ludwig's Three Musketeers opens at Chatham Playhouse this week
    Ken Ludwig's Three Musketeers opens at Chatham Playhouse this week
    It's all for one and one for all as “The Three Musketeers” ride into the Chatham Playhouse and wrapping up Chatham Players’ 93rd Season. Based on the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas, Ken Ludwig has adapted this swashbuckling...
  • Superior Donuts at Dobama
    Dobama successfully serves up 'Superior Donuts'
    Generations of dysfunction shape the characters in Dobama Theatre’s production of “Superior Donuts,” playing now through May 24, 2015. The Tracy Letts play is clever, thoughtful, and will leave audience members jonesing for a...
  • Mother’s Day Festivities for any age
    Mother’s Day Festivities for any age
    Chicagoland offers a number of retro-inspired options to help residents celebrate Mother’s Day in an old school way.Those who treat Ma to the spa, will receive a pair of complimentary tickets to the 1950s musical Million Dollar Quartet at...
  • Nick Cagle and Rosina Reynolds in Uncanny Valley at San Diego Rep
    “Uncanny Valley” Premieres At San Diego Rep. To High grades
    San Diego, CA---From the legend of Ponce de Léon to Botox injections, to implants to add ons to reductions to human cloning, the quest for eternal youth has become a million dollar industry. In fact in Thomas Gibbons’ new work “Uncanny...
  • Tarragon Theatre 'Much Ado About Nothing'
    Behind the scenes: Tarragon Theatre's 'Much Ado About Nothing'
    Most of us had our first exposure to Shakespeare in high school, typically reading the plays of "Romeo and Juliet", King Lear", Macbeth" or "Hamlet". His most renowned comedy, "Much Ado About Nothing", doesn...
  • 'The Herd'
    'The Herd' at Steppenwolf looks at family difficulties with wit and mercy
    In ‘The Herd’ by award-winning British actor Rory Kinnear, Steppenwolf Theatre has found another fine play where family troubles are tempered with wit. The production, a U.S. premiere now playing through June 7, captures the heart...
  • "Ella Finds Amelia" by Amanda Petefish-Schrag & directed by Crystal Hartford
    Indie Boots Theatre Festival honors Ella
    For the past three years the Indie Boots Theatre Festival has called for scripts with a very specific writing prompt. The concept was for writers to use a particular name, one traditionally associated with women, in the title of their script ...
  • "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" at Seattle's ACT Theatre
    ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ an entertaining, engaging experience of relationship
    Seattle’s ACT Theatre recently premiered their latest performance, Tennessee Williams’ classic Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. ACT also presented this play fifty years ago during its inaugural season. The current presentation was performed in...
  • Beauty and the Beast
    'Beauty and the Beast' entertains Cleveland audiences at Playhouse Square
    Once upon a time, French novelist Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont had a vision of a story of love, friendship and enchantment. Before “Beauty and the Beast” became an instant Disney animated classic in 1991, his story was a 1756...
  • "O My God"
    Engaging and Humorous "O, My God"
    "Thought Provoking “O, My God”At The Theatre with Audrey LindenIsraeli playwright, Anat Gov’s play, “O, My God,” deftly directed by Howard Teichman of the West Coast Jewish Theatre, is a treat for the soul and...
  • 'Talley's Folly' at Purple Rose Theatre
    The Purple Rose presents the Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘Talley’s Folly’
    The Purple Rose Theatre Company and its founder, Jeff Daniels, have a rich history with playwright and benefactor Lanford Wilson. As a young actor, Jeff Daniels was a member of the Circle Repertory company that first staged Langford Wilson’s...
  • Sarah Ruhl shows Melancholy can be a good thing this spring
    Sarah Ruhl shows Melancholy can be a good thing this spring
    Sarah Ruhl’s Melancholy Play: a chamber musical featuring compositions by Todd Almond makes its Midwest debut at Piven Theatre Workshop this spring.“We rarely present musicals but knew we had to jump at the chance to work with Sarah...
  • Nominations for Non-Equity Jeff Awards announced
    Nominations for Non-Equity Jeff Awards announced
    The Wild Party has received the most Jeff Award nominations for Chicagoland productions of the 2014-2015 Non-Equity season. Those anxious to learn if the Bailiwick Chicago musical takes home the big prize will have to wait until June 8 when the...
  • George F. Walker double bill 'Parents Night/The Bigger Issue'
    George F. Walker 'Parents Night/The Bigger Issue' gritty look at school issues
    Schools aren't just places to learn reading, writing and arithmetic. There are more subtle lessons to learn along the way, lessons that don't stop regardless of how long it's been since you've sat at a desk. At Theatre Passe...
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