Posts tagged "DCA Storefront Theatre"

"Gotham City" (Chicago Crash Dance): Dark and Magnificent Spectacle!

"Gotham City" (Chicago Crash Dance):  Dark and Magnificent Spectacle!
#126. I’ve seen Gotham City through the eyes of Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, and Christian Bale.  Each of these batmen saw their crime-infested hometown differently, but never like this… Chicago Dance Crash, in association with DCA Theatre, presents the world premiere of GOTHAM CITY.   From sunset to sunrise, Gotham is... Read more »

"The Ghost is Here" (Vitalist Theatre): Sanchez is a powerful ghost whisperer!

"The Ghost is Here" (Vitalist Theatre):  Sanchez is a powerful ghost whisperer!
#6.  “American Horror Story,” “Sixth Sense,” “Ghosterbusters 1 & 2”… I do believe in ghosts.  I can get behind all the occult hocus-pocus.  In fact, I have promised to haunt certain people from the afterlife.  Why not?  If I enjoy hanging with someone now, death shouldn’t separate us. Vitalist Theatre, in conjunction with DCA Storefront... Read more »

"The Spirit Play" (Strange Tree Group): See It Before It Vanishes!

"The Spirit Play" (Strange Tree Group): See It Before It Vanishes!
A guy I know reads auras and sees past lives.  He told me once that a weeping ancestor is always nearby me.  I find that intriguing.  The connectivity of it all.  There is a certain comfort knowing dead family members like to hang with me.  That their past links to my present.  That we are... Read more »
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Review "Carmilla": Lesbian Vampires are Victorian-Era Feminists

WildClaw Theatre, in association with DCA Theatre, presents CARMILLAAt DCA Storefront Theatre, 66 E. RandolphBased on the story by J. Sheridan Le FanuAdapted for stage by Aly Renee AmideiDirected by Scott CumminsThursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 7:30pmSundays at 3pmThru February 20th Buy TicketsRunning Time:  Two hours and twenty minutes with a ten minute intermission Reviewed by... Read more »

Review "Boojum! Nonsense, Truth and Lewis Carroll": What a Head Trip!

    Caffeine Theatre and Chicago Opera Vanguard present     BOOJUM! Nonsense, Truth and Lewis Carroll     Books/Lyrics/Music by Martin Wesley-Smith & Peter Wesley-Smith Directed by Jimmy McDermott at DCA Storefront Theater, 66 E. Randolph (map) through Dec 19  |  tickets: $15-$25  |  more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh Drawing from the creative genius of... Read more »

Review "Hideous Progeny": Makings of A Monster

LiveWire Chicago presents HIDEOUS PROGENYAt DCA Storefront Theatre, 66 E. RandolphWritten by Emily DendingerDirected by Jessica HutchinsonThru September 26th Buy TicketsRunning Time:  Two hours and fifteen minutes includes a ten minute intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh Romanticists and lovers share wine and poetry at a Switzerland villa.  Prolonged rainstorms quarantine the group inside where the... Read more »
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What people are saying about "Dead Letter Office"

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 Neither rain, nor sleet, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from experiencing Dog & Pony... Read more »

Review "Dead Letter Office": Hand Delivered Special Delivery

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 »

Coming Soon... Joshua Volkers in "Dead Letter Office"

Coming Soon... Joshua Volkers in "Dead Letter Office"
I met Joshua Volkers in 2008 when he was starring in Dog & Pony’s AS TOLD BY THE VIVIAN GIRLS.  No it wasn’t at the theatre.  It was at a restaurant, where he was a server.   The “Waiting for the Show” section of my blog is a nod out to Josh and all the actors... Read more »
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