Posts tagged "Jeremy Rill"
30! It’s a big one. It’s ten years out from being a teenager. And there is a certain expectation that by the age of 30, career, marriage, finances should be established or stabilized or at least a focus. That’s why, when I turned 30, I freaked out and moved from Indiana to Chicago without a... Read more »
‘I want to live a paler life. One that is too bright attracts too much attention.‘ Life is all about choices. We get to choose. What to believe. How to worship. Who not to love. Immediate Theatre presents the Chicago premiere of Five Flights. Once upon a time, a husband built a bird sanctuary for... Read more »
Me: Look, Alex Weisman. Theatre Bob: Yep, he’s in the show. Me: Which show? Theatre Bob: This one. Me: What? Having never seen Stephen Sondheim’s Putting It Together, I thought Alex Weismanwas Porchlight’s special guest making the obligatory cell phone announcement. He unassumingly meanders on stage and hilariously kicks off the show with a sequence from The Frogs. During... Read more »
Writers’ Theatre presents She Loves Me Book by Joe Masteroff Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick Directed by Michael Halberstam at Writers’ Theatre, 325 Tudor Court, Glencoe (map) through November 21st | tickets: $65-$70 | more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh Dear Friend, ‘When a day brings petty aggravations and my... Read more »