Posts tagged "Harry Groener"

Cyrano de Bergerac (Chicago Shakespeare Theater): This Nose is too Long

Cyrano de Bergerac (Chicago Shakespeare Theater):  This Nose is too Long
Chicago Shakespeare Theater presents CYRANO de BERGERAC. Cyrano is a legendary character who woos with his words.  Edmond Rostand wrote the tale of a big-nosed man who seduced a woman with his eloquent wit and passion.  Anthony Burgess translated and adapted the poetic prose for an American audience.  This play is all about the skillful... Read more »

"The March" (Steppenwolf Theatre): Part History, Part Saga and All Spectacle

  #82.  Spring in Chicago 2012 will be remembered as epic.  Three of the major theatre companies are mounting large ensemble productions.  Court premiered Angels in America -Part 1 & 2.  Goodman is in final rehearsals for The Iceman Cometh.  And overon Halsted… Steppenwolf Theatre presents the world premiere of The March.  It’s the Civil War in 1864.  General William... Read more »

Review "The Madness of George III": Raving, Incurable Comedy!

Audio Podcast at ITUNES  Chicago Theatre Reviews for Week of April 24th  Narrated by Joshua Volkers Chicago Shakespeare Theater presents THE MADNESS OF GEORGE IIIon Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand AvenueWritten by Alan BennettDirected by Penny MetropulosWednesdays at 1pm and 7:30pm Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30pmSaturdays at 3pm and 8pmSundays at 2pmThru June 12th Buy... Read more »
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