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With a sure hand and acerbic wit, New Line Theatre's artistic director Scott Miller once again stages a thoroughly enjoyable evening of musical entertainment and humor. "Jerry Springer the opera," running through March 28, 2015, is not going to appeal…
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 19:11

COCA Welcomes the Little Prince!

Written by Steve Callahan
A solitary pilot—a plane crash in the desert—an encounter with an alien from a distant planet!
Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's Depression-era comedy “You Can’t Take It With You” about the eccentric Sycamore family can be a little tricky to pull off in spots, but if you get it right, it guarantees warm-hearted, smart laughs…
If you search the term “Happiness” in the iTunes app store, you’ll find no fewer than 970 apps designed to make you feel better. Or you could simply have attended Neal Richardson’s cabaret show, “Pennies from Heaven”.
If you've never had the chance to see "Otello" the new production at Winter Opera is a lovely opportunity for you to fill that gap in your theatrical experience.
The Fox Theatre's recent production of "Million Dollar Quartet," the musical based on the famous, one-time only jam session with the stars of Sun Studio, is a rousing and rollicking good time. A celebration of the early days of rock…
Chicago opera lovers are getting a "twofer" with this season's dark and compelling production of Puccini's 1900 political melodrama "Tosca." Originally created by British director John Caird for the Houston Grand Opera in 2010 and later revived for Los Angeles,…
I have a dream. I dream that some day I'll be able to walk into an opera house and not be faced with a production in which the stage director has imposed some sort of high concept on the piece…
With her fanciful play "Or," Liz Duffy Adams has reimagined the early Restoration period with a touch of James Bond, a dose of women's liberation and a heaping helping of pop sensibility and color. Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble's production of…
James Baldwin dedicated his play “Blues for Mr. Charlie” to the memory of Medgar Evers and of the four girls killed in the Birmingham church bombing, all violent moments in the Civil Rights struggles of the 1950s and '60s. Baldwin…
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