Posts in category "Nothing Special Productions"

"A Midlife Something" (Nothing Special Productions): True Depiction of Life Lost

"A Midlife Something" (Nothing Special Productions): True Depiction of Life Lost
Nothing Special Productions presents the world premiere of A Midlife Something. Bob is in a funk.  Since his father died, his grief is keeping him down. He can’t cook. He can’t work. He can’t f#ck.  On his 25th birthday, he believes his life is half over.  He wants to get a new job, new city,... Read more »

"Savageland" (Nothing Special Productions): Fascinating Study on What Defines a Savage

"Savageland" (Nothing Special Productions):  Fascinating Study on What Defines a Savage
#158. My least favorite word is *inappropriate.* People describing other people as inappropriate makes me cringe.  Sure, I get it for the big things:  killing, raping, cannibalism.  These seem absolute wrongs.  It’s the judgment call on the other stuff that is bothersome:  cleavage at the office, flip flops at a wedding, conversation at a dinner.  Who... Read more »

Review "LET X": Big Old Story Problem!

If the train leaves the station with 3 men and 3 women, and 3 of those people wear glasses, and 2 of the people are the same person, what is the probability that 1 of the couples had sex on the platform.  Back in the day, these type of arithmetic scenarios  multiplied my anxiety to... Read more »
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Review "The Alchemist": Hilarious Long Con!

Nothing Special Productions presents THE ALCHEMIST At Boho Theatre, 7016 N. Glenwood Written by Ben Johnson Adapted by Gregory Peters Directed by Jack Dugan Carpenter Thursdays, Friday, Saturdays at 8pm Thru April 30th  Buy Tickets Running Time: Two hours and forty minutes includes an intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh Love? Riches? Fairytalk?  Whatever you’re in... Read more »

Review "The Armageddon Dance Party": Death Dance Off!

Nothing Special Productions presents THE ARMAGEDDON DANCE PARTY At Gorilla Tango Theatre, 1919 N. Milwaukee Written by David L. Williams Directed by Jack Dugan Carpenter August 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th at 7:30 For tickets, call the Gorilla Tango Box Office at 773-598-4549Running Time:  Ninety minutes with no intermission   Reviewed by Katy Walsh  ... Read more »