Posts tagged "Anthony Tournis"

"Street Justice" (The Factory Theatre): Irreverent, High Energy, Stylized 80s Action Flick

"Street Justice" (The Factory Theatre): Irreverent, High Energy, Stylized 80s Action Flick
Factory Theater presents STREET JUSTICE. Every Factory show I’ve ever experienced has a few things in common.  There is an irreverent vibe.  Not only is the ensemble flipping off authority, there is always at least one off-color joke so crude it gets more gasps than laughs. And then there are the high energy antics.  The... Read more »

Toast of the Town (Factory Theater): Chicago theater a-gag-gag

Toast of the Town (Factory Theater): Chicago theater a-gag-gag
Reviewed by Tom Lawler In celebration of its 20-year anniversary – a grand achievement for any storefront theater company, let alone one as singularly proletarian, industrious and uncompromising as the Factory Theater – the ensemble has revived its 2005 Chicago satire, Toast of the Town.  As with any Factory production, the more context you bring... Read more »

BLACK & BLUE (The Factory Theatre): Cubs vs Sox, Family Divided!

              I remember where I was in 2005 when the Sox won the World Series.  Not because of people turning over cars or the triumphant sound of unified jubilation, I remember it for the blip in conservational hum.  Bill and I were at Charlie’s Ale House in Andersonville.  We were actually... Read more »
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Review "Odd Couple": Filthy Fun... the G-rated Kind!

Raven Theatre presents THE ODD COUPLEAt 6157 N. ClarkWritten by Neil SimonDirected by Michael MenendianThru August 7thBuy TicketsRunning Time:  Two hours includes a fifteen minute intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh ‘We’re out of cornflakes.  FU’:  a loving note from a roommate?  Raven Theatre presentsTHE ODD COUPLE, a play by Neil Simon.  The Tony Award winning... Read more »