‘There are stars whose radiance is visible on earth though they have long been extinct. There are people whose ...
Racism is one of humanity's least attractive, yet most stubbornly persistent, traits. In his moving drama "M...
Broadway is starting to look a lot like Hollywood, and it seems like every week a new musical is announced based on a...
David Mamet's "Oleanna" is an intense examination of the power of words and intention. To its credit, E...
There's a sweet and honest charm to "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." The show doesn...
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Alex Phillips and David Reddick
There are two types of cafes in the movies. There's the hive of romance -- think Brad Pitt and Claire Forlani in "Meet Joe Black" -- a cozy room with warm, milky drinks and longing eyes.
Not Quite Right Improv Group
Perhaps because it was the 11th show I had seen over a two-day marathon of shows, or because it was the last slot of a very long weekend spanning four days and over 100 performances, I struggled with Not Quite Right improv group.
The Four Fronts
In a tribute to classic American Lindy Hop and early traditional jazz dancing, "Rhythm City" made Kranzberg Cabaret travel back in time with a high-energy act that was guaranteed to make you start hand-clappin' and toe-tappin'.
NonProphet Theatre Company's 'Montana: A Shakespearean Scarface' finds humor, pathos in adaptation of film.
"Connect the Dots"
Core Project of Chicago
I enjoyed this modern dance troupe. Blue Dots, four in all, slid along the black box floor amidst a web of blue painters tape.