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Tuesday, 05 October 2010 12:28

The Lion King, Still the King of the Jungle

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On my drive downtown from suburbia I had plenty of time to second-guess my plan to bring my almost seven year old daughter to an 8 PM showing of Disney’s, The Lion King at the Cadillac Palace Theatre. Her eyes were already heavy as I pulled into a parking garage…
Saturday, 02 October 2010 16:00

Make No Mistake About the Comedy of Errors

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The University of Chicago's very own, Court Theatre, was decorated with an array of scattered paintings, brilliant lighting, skinny doors, and fitted trash on Saturday, September 25th, as I sat down for Director Sean Graney's witty adaption of William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors, showcasing until October 17th, 2010. As…
I’d like to start this review with the wise words of the 80’s musical legend Warrant: Heaven isn’t too far away...   And seriously, it’s not. It’s currently housed at the Bank of America Theater in the form of Rock of Ages, a sing-your-heart-out rock musical based on all your…
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 12:08

"Detroit", a new play by Lisa D’Amour

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The titular city is shorthand for the decline of the American dream these days, and so the audience comes prepared to “Detroit”, the new play by Lisa D’Amour that kicks off Steppenwolf’s 2010/2011 season. The play opens with an American scene; two back yards, one a Michigan-style brick build, the…
The trappings of the “American Dream” and suburban life have been explored in every artistic medium for decades. But what do the age-old questions about the hunger for upward mobility and its attendant isolationism mean when asked during our current economic and socio-political conditions? Kicking off the 2010-2011 season for…
As a writer I am younger than one of the longest running musicals in history, but “A Chorus Line” still glitters and shines with the same fervor since its premiere on Broadway in 1975. This timeless play about a talented group of dancers going through the grueling, challenging, and emotional…
I have to admit, when I saw “The Beatles Love” at the Mirage, I wasn’t in the mood for love. I was alone in Vegas on a “working” vacation and although I appreciate the Beatles music and their irreplaceable contribution to music and politics, I was afraid to see and…
Tuesday, 14 September 2010 17:45

'The Invasion Of Skokie' Can Be Widely Eye-Opening

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Did you know innocent people were "forcibly tattooed... for the identification system of them in Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust?" So, "In modern times the association of tattoos with Nazi concentration camps and the Holocaust" has caused some Jewish people to be against the practice of tattooing of any…
Saturday, 11 September 2010 22:09

The Book of Sedaris

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From the brilliantly wacky minds of David and Amy Sedaris comes The Book of Liz, the heartwarming and hilarious tale of one Sister Elizabeth Dunderstock of the Squeamish cult -- er, religious community. Liz's delicious cheeseballs (both traditional and smoky) are wildly popular and sustain the existence of the quaint…



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