Sarah and Rebecca offer their dual opinions on the Spring chapter of BEAR from the Unreliable Bestiary, currently at the Station Theatre.
Rebecca chats with director Steve Fiol about John & Jen, the two-person chamber musical being staged for local actor Kyle Klein II’s final high school production.
Kyle A. Thomas discusses the operatic "scenes show" Viva Verdi! being performed at Krannert this weekend.
Canadian company Red Sky brings Mistatim, a story about all kinds of divides for all kinds of audiences, to Krannert Center for the Performing Arts this Friday.
Mathew gets seriously dazzled by Illinois Theatre's production of Failure: A Love Story.
For its 50th anniversary and 27th student-run production, Parkland commissioned a local playwright before handing it over to a student director and crew. Jordan interviews the creative force behind Kazam! Intrepid Inspector Ingrid of Interpol and the Crimson-Caped Killer Caper
Follow the Fail Family in their (mis)adventures in 1920s Chicago before they are gone for good.
Parkland Theatre announces its 2017-18 season, as well as the retirement of Artistic Director Joi Hoffsommer – who will not be replaced due to budget cuts. Rebecca chats with two folks in the know and details what’s in store.
Marika indulges a fascination for puppetry during the Celebration Company's current production at the Station Theatre. Her youthful obsession ventures deep into adult territory.
Hand to God brings a demonic sock puppet to the cozy confines of the Station Theatre this week.
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