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'As You Like It' takes Shakespeare on a spirited, romantic romp through the Ozarks

The forest of Arden is found in the Ozark mountains of 1929 in Slightly Askew Theatre's excellent interpretation ...

In Chicago, an ideal revival of 'Der Rosenkavalier'

The Lyric Opera of Chicago's revival of its 2006 production of Richard Strauss's bittersweet romantic comedy ...

'I'll Be Back Before Midnight' is a captivating suspense best served cold and creepy

A creaky old country farmhouse and a tale of a murderous hermit set the tone in Peter Colley's "I'll Be ...

'Eleemosynary' dramatizes the give-and-take between mothers and daughters

Fifteen-year-old Artie stands at the top of a steep, muddy hill, wood and canvas wings strapped to her back. Her moth...

'Under the Lintel' asserts that faith, hope, and love are worthy mysteries to pursue

In 1986, a lonely librarian in charge of the overnight return box at her location begins an unexpected and surprising...

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Mr. Sloane is a gorgeous young thing and everybody wants him.  Mr. Sloane hasn't had a single scruple for ever-so-long.  Mr. Sloane's polite demeanor is marbled with streaks of blazing viciousness.  Mr. Sloane is quite a piece of work.
Monday, 09 September 2013 23:32

Dealing with death and deformity

Written by Bob Wilcox
Some one-person shows have one character. Some have many characters. "The Purpose Project: Thao's Library" has one actor and one character, and they are the same person.
Monday, 09 September 2013 19:23

'Emergency': Welcome to the land of liberty

Written by Bob Wilcox
Some one-person shows have one character. Some have many characters. "Emergency," currently at The Black Rep, has one actor and many characters. Like most one-person shows, it's more storytelling than drama, though it has moments of theatrical excitement, thanks both…
Dr. Seuss, in his 1961 story, "The Sneetches," taught a lesson against prejudice that no Sneetch was different or better than any other Sneetch, whether or not they had stars on their bellies. Playwright Alfred Uhry is exploring a very…
Nine years in the making, Shane Salerno's documentary "Salinger" tackles that resolutely reclusive, famous writer. Roughly chronological in its exploration of J.D.'s life, "Salinger" uses archival photographs, repeating a couple…
Firm in the conviction that "No revenge, no anger, no hate will move us forward," Israeli mother Robi Damelin anchors the documentary "One Day after Peace." Born in Johannesburg, South…
Maybe, somewhere back in the early phases of Shannon Hale's writing, "Austenland" had the promise of tweaking all those readers crazy for the days of Jane Austen. They were lazy…
"Never safe - always R-S" is the somewhat cryptic motto of R-S Theatrics, a local small professional theatre company that boldly goes where many other groups have rarely, if ever,…
A delightful trip down memory lane, "In Search of Blind Joe Death: The Saga of John Fahey" loosely chronicles Fahey's career, with the added joy of listening to his music.…
This film needs sub-titles because either the actors are speaking Texan or they are mumbling or they are whispering. After a while, it hardly seems worth straining to hear what…
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