Posts tagged "Stephen Schwartz"

"The Baker's Wife" in Concert (The Music Theatre Company): Homebaked Goodness

"The Baker's Wife" in Concert (The Music Theatre Company):  Homebaked Goodness
The Music Theatre Company presents The Baker’s Wife (in Concert).  In 1935, in a small village in France, the baker has died.  The villagers have been deprived of their carbs for weeks.  When the new baker arrives in town, they believe their problems are solved.  Then, they get a look at his wife.  Genevieve is a beauty and... Read more »

"Snapshots" (Northlight Theatre): Picture Perfect!

"Snapshots" (Northlight Theatre): Picture Perfect!
With the Facebook age, picture taking has become even more popular.  Not only can I capture the moment, I can post it immediately for all my FB friends to see.  We spend so much time documenting the fun time, we forget to actually have a fun time.  Those posed pictures hold less and less importance. ... Read more »

Review "Working": Chicago Cast Works It!

Talented Chicago cast gets the job done!          Broadway in Chicago presents    Working     From the book by Studs Terkel Adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso Directed by Gordon Greenburg at Broadway Playhouse, 175 E. Chestnut (map) through May 8  |  tickets: $67-$77  |  more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh  ‘Everybody should have something to point to!’ At the end of a career, job, or just... Read more »
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Review "Wicked": Spell Remains Unbroken Enchantment!

Broadway in Chicago presents WICKEDAt Cadillac Theatre, 151 W. RandolphBased on the novel by Gregory MaguireMusic and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz Book by Winnie HolzmanDirected by Joe MantelloThru January 23rdBuy TicketsRunning Time:  Two hours and forty-five minutes with a fifteen minute intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh Girl kills witch with a house and so her... Read more »

Review "Godspell": Musical of Biblical Proportions

Provision Theatre presents       GODSPELL At 1001 W. Roosevelt Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz Book by John-Michael Tebelak Music directed by Alaric Rokko Jans Directed by Tim Gregory Buy Tickets Thru September 26th Running Time:  Two hours and five minutes includes a fifteen minute intermission   Reviewed by Katy Walsh   It’s... Read more »