Posts tagged "Stephen Louis Grush"

"The March" (Steppenwolf Theatre): Part History, Part Saga and All Spectacle

  #82.  Spring in Chicago 2012 will be remembered as epic.  Three of the major theatre companies are mounting large ensemble productions.  Court premiered Angels in America -Part 1 & 2.  Goodman is in final rehearsals for The Iceman Cometh.  And overon Halsted… Steppenwolf Theatre presents the world premiere of The March.  It’s the Civil War in 1864.  General William... Read more »

Review "Feet of Clay": Knocks Your Socks Off!

LASTmatch Theatre Company presents FEET OF CLAYAt the Royal George Gallery Theatre, 1641 N. HalstedWritten by Stephen Louis GrushBased on Anton Chekov’s ‘Three Sisters’Directed by David PerezThursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pmThru March 19th Buy TicketsRunning Time:  Ninety minutes with no intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh Orah hates her job.  Matty hates her marriage.  Iris... Read more »

Review "Sex with Strangers": Porn Storyline Goes to Blackout

Steppenwolf Theatre presents SEX WITH STRANGERSIn the upstairs theatre at 1540 N. HalstedWritten by Laura EasonDirected by Jessica ThebusTuesdays through Sundays at 7:30pmSaturday s and Sundays at 3pmThru May 15th Buy TicketsRunning Time:  Two hours with a fifteen minute intermission. Reviewed by Katy Walsh What happens when a blogger seduces a novelist?  It’s ‘less likely... Read more »

Review "CASH": Getting Cashed without Johnny!

XIII Pocket Ensemble presents    Cash    Written by Stephen Louis Grush Directed by Jacob Lorenz at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont (map) through Dec 19  |  tickets: $  |  more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh “Hello! I’m Johnny Cash.” XIII Pocket presents Cash with the tagline “The Man in Black, and the Death of... Read more »

Review "The Seagull": Soars on Falls' Wings!

Goodman Theatre presents THE SEAGULLThe Owen Theatre, 170 N. DearbornWritten by Anton ChekhovAdapted and directed by Robert FallsTuesdays , Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays @ 7:30pmFridays, Saturdays @ 8pmSaturdays, Sundays @ 2pmThru November 21st Buy TicketsRunning Time:  Three hours includes a fifteen minute intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh ‘Unrequited love only happens in bad novels.‘  Not so!  Sometimes... Read more »