Dark Play Opens Up People’s Deep Problems in a Funny Way
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Dark Play Opens Up People’s Deep Problems in a Funny Way

Dark Play Opens Up People’s Deep Problems in a Funny Way How Does That Make You Feel is a dark comedy that will have you laughing your head…

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“Phédre”
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“Phédre”

Jean Racine’s 1677 tragedy Phédre is remembered as the epitome of not only his career, but of neo-classical writing and one of the masterpieces of French-language drama. But…

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“Honky Tonk Angels”
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“Honky Tonk Angels”

Attending one of the musical shows at No Exit Café, that little treasure on Glenwood where Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre makes musicals exciting and affordable, is always a…

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“The Phantom of the Opera”
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“The Phantom of the Opera”

“The Phantom of the Opera” is back in town, and while many have seen this fabulous work by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber many times, this particular production has…

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Joffrey Ballet: “The Nutcracker”
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Joffrey Ballet: “The Nutcracker”

While The Nutcracker is widely known as being among the best classical music scores and a long-time favorite of ballet companies, I had never thought of it as…

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“Twist Your Dickens”
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“Twist Your Dickens”

It’s Back!!! Second City’s “Twist Your Dickens” or Scrooge You!, as the ticket says, is back in the intimacy of the the Goodman’s Owen Theatre. This year, Second…

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“The Christmas Schooner”
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“The Christmas Schooner”

Another Christmas season in Chicago means the return of beloved theatre traditions, and that includes local treasure The Christmas Schooner, a musical by John Reeger and the late…

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“King Charles III”
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“King Charles III”

Most of America has lived part of its “Royal” life with the lives of the Royal Family. Prince Charles and his romance with the late Princess Diana, his…

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“The Nutcracker” for young audiences
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“The Nutcracker” for young audiences

As we near “turkey-day” aka Thanksgiving, our minds begin to truly think “holidays,” and what better way to get into the mood than “The Nutcracker.” For years, when…

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“Singin’ in the Rain”
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“Singin’ in the Rain”

Last Wednesday night the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire opened its latest production, “Singin’ In The Rain,” the stage musical that came from the MGM film of the same…

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