Posts in category "Theater"

Burlesque Review - Boobs and Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque (Gorilla Tango Theatre)

Burlesque Review - Boobs and Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque (Gorilla Tango Theatre)
Count and I have always enjoyed the nerd-friendly performances at Gorilla Tango Theatre, so we were excited to finally see the  show that began it all – Boobs and Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque. Originally created and directed by MsPixy, this remount directed by Jeremy Eden and choerographed by Ruby Bourban (based on original choreography by... Read more »

Theater Review: How Long Will I Cry?: Voices of Youth Violence (Steppenwolf)

Theater Review: How Long Will I Cry?: Voices of Youth Violence (Steppenwolf)
Last week on Monday, March 4, Count and I attended a showing of the latest offering from the Steppenwolf for Young Adults (SYA) season, How Long Will I Cry: Voices of Youth Violence, directed by Edward Torres. Unlike most theater performances we have attended in the past, this play was not a work of fiction, but sadly based on... Read more »

Burlesque Review: Belmont Burlesque Revue (Theater Wit)

Burlesque Review: Belmont Burlesque Revue (Theater Wit)
On March 2nd, Countess and myself had the pleasure of finally attending a performance of the Belmont Burlesque Revue. Ve had been “dying” to see this one and I had a night off from my graveyard shift so ve made our vay down to Theater Wit for vhat ve knew vould be a fabulous time. From the looks... Read more »
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Theater Review - Things Fall Apart: A Zombie Apocalypse Musical

Theater Review - Things Fall Apart: A Zombie Apocalypse Musical
Unless you have been living under a rock the past few years, you know that Zombies aka The Living Dead/Walking Dead/wateva have been all the rage. So naturally, the next step would be to create a musical about life and death during a zombie apocalypse. Playwright Axel Arth and composer Tyler Welton were happy to... Read more »

Review: The Birthday Party (Steppenwolf)

Review: The Birthday Party (Steppenwolf)
The Birthday Party is a SIN-sational celebration of insanity! First off, I must say that reading about John Mahoney (Martin Crane of NBC’s Frasier TV show) being a cast member of this production drew my attention enough to vant to see him perform live in front of me. Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party begins vith an empty dining room... Read more »