Posts tagged "Henry Behel"

"HOODOO LOVE" (The Collective Theatre): Soul-Stirring Blues and Gut-Wrenching Humanity

"HOODOO LOVE" (The Collective Theatre):  Soul-Stirring Blues and Gut-Wrenching Humanity
Q:  How do you make a man love you? A:  An orange, a sack, some spices, a MoJo bag Q:  Who knew it was that easy?  Or is it? In its inaugural production, The Collective Theatre presents the Chicago premiere of HOODOO LOVE.  It’s the 1930s. Toulou loves Ace of Spades.  And, Ace of Spades... Read more »

EXTENDED "The Glass Menagerie" (Redtwist Theatre): A Classic Handled with Care

EXTENDED "The Glass Menagerie" (Redtwist Theatre):  A Classic Handled with Care
me·nag·er·ie [muh-naj-uh-ree, -nazh-] noun 1.  a collection of wild or unusual animals, especially for exhibition. 2.  a place where they are kept or exhibited. 3.  an unusual and varied group of people. #154.  Redtwist Theatre presents THE GLASS MENAGERIE.  Tom and Laura live with their mother.  Tom works in a warehouse but longs to travel... Read more »

"Bombs, Babes and Bingo" (Mortar Theatre): Clever Premise

In moments of great sadness, I often swallow a great one liner or life musing.  It’s a curse and a gift that in times of grief, I see humor.  Funeral, break-up, argument, it doesn’t matter the situation – something funny usually occurs to me.  Sometimes I give into sharing the joke.  The comedic release can... Read more »
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