Posts tagged "Kevin Anderson"

"Fight Girl Battle World" (Infusion Theatre): Sci-Fi Geek's Wet Dream

"Fight Girl Battle World" (Infusion Theatre): Sci-Fi Geek's Wet Dream
Worlds collide in this intergalactic match-up. Humans vs aliens.  E-V vs Adon-Ra.  Comedy vs action.  Puppets vs actors.  The sci-fi spoof is a tribute to humanity.  Playwright Qui Nguyen penned the futuristic story of the extinction of the human race.   His clever satire tries to hook-up the last two humans in the galaxy; the streetfighter E-V   and... Read more »

"The Improv Play" (Infusion Theatre): Behind-the-Laughter Look at Chicago Actors

“The secret source of humor itself is not joy but sorrow.”  -Mark Twain #80.  Infusion Theatre Company, in conjunction with DCA Theater, presents the world premiere of The Improv Play.  Walt got the nod.  He’s leaving Chicago’s Second City for “Saturday Night Live.”  His success makes others tally their own comedic situation.  Ben lost his job chasing... Read more »

Review "Detroit": Reverse Intervention is One Riotous Party!

Steppenwolf Theatre presents DETROITAt 1650 N. HalstedWritten by Lisa D’AmourDirected by Austin PendletonBuy TicketsThru November 7th Running time:  One hour and forty minutes with no intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh ‘Does anybody borrow a cup of sugar anymore?’  A new play by Lisa D’Amour redefines ‘being neighborly’ for the modern era.  Steppenwolf Theatre presents DETROIT.  ... Read more »

Review "A Guide for The Perplexed": Hilarious Bromance of Redemption

Victory Gardens presents A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXED At Biograph Theatre, 2433 N. Lincoln Avenue Written by Joel Drake Johnson Directed by Sandy Shinner Thru August 15th Buy Tickets Running Time:  Two and a half hours includes delayed start and fifteen minute intermission.   Reviewed by Katy Walsh   An alcoholic, drug addict is released after... Read more »

Review "The Philadelphia Story": McClain Channels Hepburn's Ghost!

Circle Theatre presents THE PHILADELPHIA STORY In Forest Park, 7300 W. Madison Written by Philip Barry Directed by Jim Schneider Thru September 5th Buy Tickets Running Time:  Two hours and twenty minutes includes two intermissions   Reviewed by Katy Walsh   ‘Now, gentle reader…’  The paparazzi ‘s fascination with Paris Hilton types is not a... Read more »