Review: Best Beloved, The Just So Stories (Forks & Hope Ensemble)

Christian Stokes, Kelsey Shipley and Suzanna Ziko star in the world premiere of Forks & Hope Ensemble's "Best Beloved: The Just So Stories," directed by Josh Sobel. (photo credit: Tom McGrath)        
      
Best Beloved:
   The Just So Stories

Based on the book by Rudyard Kipling
Directed by Josh Sobel  
at Strawdog’s Hugen Hall, 3829 N. Broadway (map)
thru April 1  |  tickets: $15   |  more info
       
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March 17, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Review: A Tale of Two Cities (Lifeline Theatre)

John Henry Roberts stars in Lifeline Theatre's new adaption of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" by Christopher M. Walsh, directed by Elise Kauzlaric. (photo credit: Suzanne Plunkett)        
      
A Tale of Two Cities

Adapted by Christopher M. Walsh  
  from the novel by Charles Dickens 
Directed by Elise Kauzlaric
at Lifeline Theatre, 6912 N. Glenwood (map)
thru April 6   |  tickets: $20-$40   |  more info
       
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Review: Miss Marx, Or the Involuntary Side Effect of Living (Strawdog Theatre)

John Ferrick and Dana Black star in "Miss Marx" by Philip Dawkins, directed by Megan Shuchman. (photo credit: Chris Ocken)        
      
Miss Marx: Or the Involuntary
   Side Effect of Living

Written by Philip Dawkins
Directed by Megan Shuchman
at Strawdog Theatre, 3829 N. Broadway (map)
thru April 5  |  tickets: $28   |  more info
       
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Review: This Is Not a Cure for Cancer (Collaboraction)

Nathaneal Card stars in Collaboraction's "This Is Not a Cure for Cancer" by Anthony Moseley and Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman. (photo credit: Anna Sodziak)        
      
This Is Not a Cure for Cancer

By Anthony Moseley and Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman
Directed by Anthony Moseley and Jeremy Wechsler
at Flat Iron Arts Building 1579 N. Milwaukee (map)
thru March 30  |  tickets: $10-$30   |  more info
       
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Review: Songs for a New World (NightBlue Performing Arts)

Curtis Bannister stars as Man 1 in NightBlue Performing Arts' "Songs for a New World" by Jason Robert Brown, directed by David Walters. (photo credit: Drew Peterson)        
      
Songs for a New World

Written by Jason Robert Brown  
Directed by David Walters
at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont (map)
thru March 30  |  tickets: $25-$35   |  more info
       
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Review: The Earliest Known Photo of Men Drinking Beer (Drinking & Writing Theater)

Sean Benjamin, Carolyn Shoemaker-Benajmin and Steve Mosqueda star in Drinking & Writing Theater's "The Earliest Known Photo of Men Drinking Beer," written and directed by Sean Benjamin. (photo credit: Gosia Matuszewska)        
      
The Earliest Known Photo
   of Men Drinking Beer

Written and Directed by Sean Benjamin
at Neo-Futurist Theater, 5153 N. Ashland (map)
thru April 12  |  tickets: $20   |  more info
       
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Review: Spring Series – Four Works by Jiří Kyliáns (Hubbard Street Dance Chicago)

Kevin J. Shannon in 27.52, choreographed by Jiří Kyliá, part of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's Spring Series 2014 (photo credit: Todd Rosenberg)        
      
Spring Series:
    Four Works by Jiří Kyliáns

Choreography by Jiří Kylián 
at Harris Theater, 205 E. Randolph (map)
thru March 16  |  tickets: $25-$99   |  more info
       
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Review: The Gospel of Lovingkindness (Victory Gardens Theater)

Cheryl Lynn Bruce and Tosin Morohunfola star in Victory Garden's "The Gospel of Lovingkindness" by Marcus Gardley, directed by Chay Yew. (photo credit: Michael Courier)        
      
The Gospel of Lovingkindness

Written by Marcus Gardley
Directed by Chay Yew
at VG Biograph Theater, 2433 N. Lincoln (map)
thru March 30  |  tickets: $30-$60   |  more info
       
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March 14, 2014 | 1 Comment More