Posts tagged "Stacy Stoltz"
My mom used to have a bright yellow Volkswagon. She loved her Bug with the daisy in the flowerholder. The car was the Herbie’s cheerful grandma version. Driving it was like being in a 1950’s sitcom. Strangers would wave. In parking lots, kids would come up and talk to it. So, when mom traded it... Read more »
‘My enemies are coward, compromise and vanity.’ Why wouldn’t a guy reveal his romantic feelings to his gal pal? Could it be as plain as the nose on his face? The House Theatre of Chicago presents an original adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s “Cyrano de Bergerac.” Cyrano is the classic tale of a poet-swordsman and his big old schnoz. Cyrano... Read more »
Court Theatre presents Comedy of Errors At 5535 S. Ellis Written by William Shakespeare Adapted and directed by Sean Graney Thru October 17th Buy Tickets Running Time: Eighty minutes with no intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh ‘My sister’s sister is me.’ Mistaken familial identity wreaks havoc in Syracuse by way of Hyde Park. The Court... Read more »
Writers’ Theatre presentsA STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE At 325 Tudor Court in GlencoeWritten by Tennessee WilliamsDirected by David CromerThru August 15thBuy TicketsRunning time: Three hours with two ten minute intermissions Reviewed by Katy Walsh ‘I don’t want realism. I want magic!’ In this production, the audience gets both! Writers’ Theatre presents A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE by... Read more »