When Lifeline announced their 2012/2013 season last year, I was immediately excited. Having seen the talented ensemble in multiple productions, I immediately pre-cast Chris Hainsworth (Athos) and Christopher M. Walsh – no relation (Porthos). And I eagerly awaited to see the spectacular adventure created by Lifeline. And even though I was right about casting Hainsworth and Walsh in my head, the rest of the production didn’t fare as well as I had imagined it would.
Read the rest of my review at Chicago Theater Beat.
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