Posts tagged "Chicago Theatre"
A reviewer’s job is to tell theatre-goers what s/he saw. Well, from Aisle 2, Seat KK 318, I only saw 66% of A Christmas Story the Musical!. This was my first play in the legendary Chicago Theatre since the 1990‘s Donny Osmond’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. For that show, I sat in the balcony without any sight... Read more »
Shattered Globe Theatre presents Down & Dirty Romeo & Juliet Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Roger Smart at various Chicago locations (see below) through July 17 | tickets: $18 | more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh ‘Where art thou Romeo?’ Well, Juliet, last time I saw him, he was... Read more »
TRIPLE PLAY! Starting tonight, three openings in three nights…. June 23rd “Lookingglass Alice” at Lookingglass Theatre June 24th “Cherrywood” by Mary-Archie Theatre June 25th “F#cking Men” by Bailwick Theatre Look for the theatre reviews with a bite starting on Thursday.
Drury Lane Oakbrook presents Sugar Book by Peter Stone Music: Jule Styne, Lyrics: Bob Merrill Based on movie “Some Like It Hot” Directed by Jim Corti at 100 Drury Lane, Oakbrook (map) through August 1st | tickets: $26-$40 | more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh It’s a play about the filming of a... Read more »
New Lincoln Theatre Productions presents SEX MARKS THE SPOT At Theatre Building Chicago, 1225 W. Belmont Written by Charles Grippo Directed by Damian Arnold Thru July 25th Buy Tickets Running Time: Two hours and ten minutes includes a fifteen minute intermission By Katy Walsh Porn, politician and paparazzi: a senator’s personal life unravels... Read more »
Dog & Pony Theatre Company presents DEAD LETTER OFFICEAt DCA Storefront Theatre, 66 E. RandolphWritten by Philip DawkinsConceived by Ben ViccellioDirected by Dieterich GrayThru July 18th Buy TicketsRunning Time: Two hours includes a ten minute intermission By Katy Walsh For 44 cents, I expect a lot. I want bill payments to arrive before the due... Read more »
Chicago Shakespeare Theatre presents ITSOSENG Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand Written and performed by Omphile Molusi Directed by Tina Johnson Thru June 20th Buy Tickets Running time: Sixty-five minutes with no intermission By Katy Walsh ‘Change is coming, comrades.’ Six months before Nelson Mandela became president, the South African... Read more »