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Mary-Arrchie's American Buffalo A Fitting Sendoff

06 February 2016 in Theatre Reviews

After thirty years of bringing Chicagoans some of the city’s finest theatre, Mary-Arrchie will be closing their doors after its…

"Jeeves At Sea" Makes Big Splash

01 February 2016 in Theatre Reviews

Christian Gray and Jim McCance pair up once again for another Jeeves adventure, this time in Margaret Raether’s latest adaption…

Straining for Sincerity: Mothers and Sons misses on all fronts

01 February 2016 in Theatre Reviews

Truth should be at the heart of every good drama piece. Truth, honesty, a bit of realism, something that makes…

Vices Overcome Virtues, Just Barely, in Neil LaBute's One-act Wonders

29 January 2016 in Theatre Reviews

Playwright Neil LaBute earned a bad boy reputation early on, putting the spotlight on the extremely politically incorrect, while challenging…

A Virtuosic Turn as Louis Armstrong in Satchmo at the Waldorf

27 January 2016 in Theatre Reviews

Riveting. Arresting. Barry Shabaka Henley's performance as Louis Armstrong in Court Theatre's one-man-show Satchmo at the Waldorf is surely one…

Black Sabbath's The End Tour a Powerful Goodbye

24 January 2016 in In Concert

When Black Sabbath formed in 1968, who would have guessed they would be playing a farewell tour 48 years later?…

Review: Sunset Baby at Timeline Theatre

22 January 2016 in Theatre Reviews

What drew me to this play is the powerful message around civil rights and the negative impact it had on…

Route 66's No Wake Finely Explores How Some May Deal with Tragedy

22 January 2016 in Theatre Reviews

The dialogue flows so smoothly one might forget they are sitting in a play. Veteran Chicago area actor Stef Tovar,…

 
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  • Mary-Arrchie's American Buffalo A Fitting Sendoff
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    After thirty years of bringing Chicagoans some of the city’s finest theatre, Mary-Arrchie will be closing their doors after its current and final production, American Buffalo. In this sharply written piece by David Mamet, Mary-Arrchie co-founder and jack of all…
  • Straining for Sincerity: Mothers and Sons misses on all fronts
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    Truth should be at the heart of every good drama piece. Truth, honesty, a bit of realism, something that makes the audience connect with the story, or the characters. Terrence McNally's Mothers and Sons playing at Northlight Theatre in Skokie…
  • "Jeeves At Sea" Makes Big Splash
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    Christian Gray and Jim McCance pair up once again for another Jeeves adventure, this time in Margaret Raether’s latest adaption from the stories of P.G. Wodehouse “Jeeves At Sea”. Gray, who was simply tremendous in his last First Folio appearance…
  • Vices Overcome Virtues, Just Barely, in Neil LaBute's One-act Wonders
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    Playwright Neil LaBute earned a bad boy reputation early on, putting the spotlight on the extremely politically incorrect, while challenging audiences - and critics - along the way. In Vices & Virtues, his newest effort running at Profiles Theater, LaBute…

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