Posts tagged "Mitch Golob"

"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 »

"Pluto is Listening" (Infusion Theatre Company): Timely Fantasy Based in Reality... but whose?

Being labeled a *dwarf* can be hard to take.  Bullying has no earthly boundaries. InFusion Theatre Company presents the world premiere of David Parr’s Pluto Is Listening.  Two kids are drawn into each other’s worlds.  The misfits are outsiders at school.  They dress, talk and act differently than their classmates.  And they are persecuted for it.  When the planet... Read more »
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Review "Soul Samurai": The Makings for a Cult Classic

Audio Podcast at ITUNES  Chicago Theatre Reviews for Week of May 1st   Narrated by Joshua Volkers Infusion Theatre Company presents SOUL SAMURAIAt Theater Wit, 1229 W. BelmontWritten by Qui NguyenDirected by Mitch GolobThursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8pmSunday at 3pm Thru June 5th Buy TicketsRunning Time:  Two hours and fifteen minutes includes an intermission and delayed... Read more »

Review "Ghostbox": Damned Haunting!

Infusion Theatre presents GHOSTBOXAt Apollo Studio Theatre, 2540 N. LincolnWritten by Randall ColburnDirected by Mitch GolobSeptember 30th thru October 31st Thursdays, Friday, Saturdays at 8:30Special performance Sunday the 31st at 8:30 Ticket InformationRunning time:  45 minutes with no intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh What really frightens people this time of year?  Blood-sucking, green-faced, broom-sticking apparitions... Read more »