Tag: Stage Left Theatre

"The Fisherman" (Stage Left Theatre): Casts Line Into Shark Pool

#42. I always knew when my dad had been fishing.  He smelled like pipe tobacco and bass.  There were leftover old-fashion doughnuts on the kitchen counter and fish for dinner.  And life was good. Stage Left Theatre presents the world premiere of The Fisherman.  The Twins are losing.  The carp are biting.  The beer is cooling.  For... Read more »

Review "An Enemy of the People": A Friend-emy!

        Stage Left Theatre presents     An Enemy of the People     Original play by Henrik Ibsen Adapted by Arthur Miller Directed by Jason Fleece at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont (map) through April 3  |  tickets: $22-$28  |  more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh ‘Before many can know it, one must know it.’ Corporate, government, media, medical: which “expert” is most credible to announce an... Read more »

Becoming Ingrid Theatre Review: A Charming Tale of Transformation

Rubicon Theatre Project presents Becoming Ingrid At Stage Left Theatre 3408 N. Sheffield Written by Liza Lentini Directed by Jamie Stires Thru December 5th Although Rubicon Theatre Project’s production, Becoming Ingrid, has all the makings for a psychotic stage version of “Single White Female,” spoiler alert: no one gets a stiletto in his eye.  Lead... Read more »