Off Book Chats Up Lookingglass, Mortar, The Hypocrites, Teatro Luna, Rivendell and more!

Chicago Theatre Off Book chats about three new theatre openings during the review round-up:  “Romeo Juliet” by The Hypocrites“Living Large in a Mini Way” byTeatro Luna, and “Crooked” by Rivendell Theatre.  Next, we chat with Rachel Edwards Harvith, Ensemble member at Mortar Theatre  and Andrew White, Artistic Director at Lookingglass Theatre. And of course, we have two new “Got A Minute?” episodes.

Plus, coming soon…
Chicago Theatre Off Book BOWLING PARTY 

JULY 1st, 6pm-10pm at Timber Lanes

16 Teams:  GoodmanOracleMortar, and reserve your team NOW!$100 buys you a lane, drink specials and free pizza. Pizza courtesy of League of Chicago Theatres

*Everyone attending will be entered into a drawing to win spectacular prizes, like two tickets to “Crowns” at Goodman .  And the GRAND PRIZE winner gets a special episode of Off Book!  The winner picks the theatre company. And the theatre gets to choose everything else: the company members, interview questions, the one-minute plays… its your show, you get to have it your way!

This June 8, 2012 episode of Chicago Theatre Off Book was partially underwritten by Anonymous Guy.  Shot word of the day:  “Sure”

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Review Round-up:

“Romeo Juliet” by The Hypocrites

“Living Large in a Mini Way” by Teatro Luna

“Crooked” by Rivendell Theatre

Special Guests: 

Rachel Edwards Harvith, Ensemble member at Mortar Theatre 

Andrew White, Artistic Director at Lookingglass Theatre

Got A Minute?

“Cupcake” written by Dana Lynn Formby

“The Regular American Conversations in Recent American History Minute” Episode #7 written by Brett Neveu

Chicago Theatre Off Book is the new voice of community collaboration on CHIRP.  Every week, Off Book will feature Chicago leaders in performing arts entertainment.  From small storefront to the big warhorses, Off Book will focus on what’s happening on the Chicagoland theatrical landscape.  With reviews, interviews and one-minute audio-plays,Off Book will showcase the local talents driving Chicago’s dynamic theatre force.  Hosted by Actor Joshua J. Volkers and Reviewer Katy Walsh from The Fourth WalshOffBook is where Chicago meets to discuss artistic innovation.

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