Posts tagged "DCA Theatre"

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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Director to Deliver First Class Surprises in "Dead Letter Office"

Next week, Dog and Pony Theatre Company presents the world premiere of “Dead Letter Office” at DCA Theatre. Taking time from a grueling rehearsal schedule and search for an industrial staircase, David Dieterich Gray sat down with The Fourth Walsh to chat about his professional directorial debut.  Interview with David Dieterich Gray by Katy Walsh T4W:  What do you find attractive... Read more »

Review "Cabaret": Slutty Bash with A Beat

The Hypocrites presentCABARET At DCA Theatre, 66 E. RandolphBook by Joe MasteroffLyrics by Fred EbbMusic by John KanderMusical direction by Mike PrzygodaDirected by Matt HawkinsThru May 23rdBuy TicketsRunning Time:  Two and a half hours with two ten minute intermissions. Reviewed by Katy Walsh What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music... Read more »

Review "The Doctor's Dilemma": Same Healthcare Issues 1906 vs 2010

A timeless treatise on today’s healthcare debate?     ShawChicago presents   Doctor’s Dilemma   Written by George Bernard Shaw directed by Robert Scogin DCA Studio Theatre, 78 E. Washington (map) thru May 10th  |  tickets: $10-$22  | more info  By Katy Walsh Who to save? If allotted only enough serum to cure one patient,... Read more »
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Review "Killer Joe": Killer Drama Moves To Royal George!

Profile Theatre presents Killer Joe At Royal George Theatre 1641 N. Halsted By Tracy Letts Directed by Rick Snyder Thru July 18th Buy Tickets Reviewed by Katy Walsh   This is my 100th review in less than a year.  I decided to celebrate by returning to a 2010 favorite, Tracy Letts’ Killer Joe.  Profiles Theatre has... Read more »

Carnival Nocturne Theatre Review: Quirky, Murky, Malarkey

The Silent Theatre Company presents Carnival Nocturne At DCA Storefront Theatre Conceived and written by Gillian Hastings Direct by Tonika Todorova Thru December 20th  Words cannot express… because there are none. The Silent Theatre Company presents Carnival Nocturne, the story of a traveling circus plagued by a curse. Carnival Nocturne is the last of the... Read more »

Review "A Beautiful City": Solid Cast Constructs Urban Fairy Tale

Theatre Mir presents Beautiful City Written by George F. Walker Directed by Rob Chambers At Storefront Theatre, 66 E. Randolph, thru April 3rd (more info) “Make no little plans” is a phrase coined by Chicago’s infamous urban planner, Daniel Burnham. In Theatre Mir‘s play Beautiful City, lead character Tony Raft embraces this philosophy despite opposition... Read more »
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