Today, Chicago Theatre Off Book is reviewing exciting offerings from local theatre companies. In addition, we chat with Kevin Theis, Seanachai Theatre ensemble member and director for “Moon for the Misbegotten”, Jamil Khoury, Founding Managing Director at Silk Road Rising and creator for “Re-Spiced”and Steve Scott, Associate Producer for Goodman Theatre and director for “Re-Spiced” And of course, we have two new Got A Minute? segments from local playwrights.
This March 30, 2012 episode of Chicago Theatre Off Book was partially underwritten by UPTOWN FAN.
Shot word of the day: “Irish”
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“Tea and Sympathy” at The Artistic Home
“The Maids” at Oracle Theatre
“Falling: A Wake” at Rivendell Theatre Ensemble
Kevin Theis, Seanachai Theatre ensemble member and director for “Moon for the Misbegotten”
Got A Minute?
“Daisey Chain” written by Bob Bullen
“After” written by Oliver Sava
Chicago Theatre Off Book is the new voice of community collaboration on CHIRP. Every week, Off Book will feature Chicago leaders in performing arts entertainment. From small storefront to the big warhorses, Off Book will focus on what’s happening on the Chicagoland theatrical landscape. With reviews, interviews and one-minute audio-plays, Off Book will showcase the local talents driving Chicago’s dynamic theatre force. Hosted by Actor Joshua J. Volkers and Reviewer Katy Walsh from The Fourth Walsh, Off Book is where Chicago meets to discuss artistic innovation.
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Tags: "Re-Spiced", "Tea and Sympathy", "The Maids", Bob Bullen Oliver Sava, Chicago Theatre Off Book, CHIRP, Falling: A Wake, Goodman Theatre, Joshua J. Volkers, Katy Walsh, Kevin Theis, Moon for the Misbegotten, Oracle Theatre, Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, Seanachai Theatre, Silk Road Rising, Steve Scott, The Artistic Home