Review: References to Salvador Dalí Make Me Hot (Something Incredibly Marvelous Happens)

Arti Ishak stars as Cat in "References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot" by Jose Rivera, directed by Emmi Hilger. (photo credit: Anthony Aicardi)        
      
References to Salvador Dalí 
   Make Me Hot

Written by José Rivera
Directed by Emmi Hilger 
at The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee (map)
thru Sept 7  |  tickets: $20   |  more info
       
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September 4, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Review: My Name Is Asher Lev (TimeLine Theatre)

Alex Weisman, Danica Monroe and Lawrence Grimm star in TimeLine Theatre's "My Name Is Asher Lev" by Aaron Posner, directed by Kimberly Senior. (photo credit: Lara Goetsch)        
      
My Name is Asher Lev

Written by Aaron Posner  
Directed by Kimberly Senior 
at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont map)
thru Oct 18  |  tickets: $37-$50   |  more info
       
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Review: Methtacular! (About Face Theatre)

Steven Strafford in his one-man show METHTACULAR!, directed by Adam Fitzgerald, presented by About Face Theatre and Justin Brill. (photo credit: Michael Brosilow)        
      
Methtacular!

Written and Performed by Steven Strafford   
Directed by Adam Fitzgerald
at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont (map)
thru Sept 28  |  tickets: $20-$35   |  more info
       
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Review: The Arsonists (Strawdog Theatre)

Robert Kauzlaric and Blair Robertson star in Strawdog Theatre's "The Arsonist" by Max Frisch, adapted by Alistair Beaton and directed by Matt Hawkins. (phtoo credit: Chris Ocken)        
      
The Arsonists

Written by Max Frisch
Adapted by Alistair Beaton  
Directed by Matt Hawkins
at Strawdog Theatre, 3829 N. Broadway (map)
thru Sept 27  |  tickets: $24-$28   |  more info
       
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Review: Churchill (Greenhouse Theater and SoloChicago)

Ronald Keaton stars as Winston Churchill in SoloChicago and Greenhouse Theater's "Churchill," adapted by Ronald Keaton, directed by Kurt Johns. (photo credit: Jason Epperson )        
      
Churchill

Adapted by Ronald Keaton
Directed by Kurt Johns   
at Greenhouse Theater, 2257 N. Lincoln (map)
thru Nov 9   |  tickets: $25-$35   |  more info
       
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Review: Ecstasy (Cole Theatre)

Boyd Harris and Maura Kidwell star as Mick and Jean in Cole Theatre's "Ecstasy" by Mike Leigh, directed by Shade Murray. (photo credit: Michael Brosilow)        
       
Ecstasy 

Written by Mike Leigh
Directed by Shade Murray
at A Red Orchid Theatre, 1531 N. Wells (map)
thru Sept 28  |  tickets: $15-$25   |  more info
       
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Review: Stupid Fucking Bird (Sideshow Theatre)

Nina O’Keefe stars as Nina in Sideshow Theatre's "Stupid Fucking Bird" by Aaron Posner, directed by Jonathan L. Green. (photo credit:  by Jonathan L. Green)        
      
Stupid Fucking Bird

Written by Aaron Posner
Directed by Jonathan L. Green 
at RC Theater, 2433 N. Lincoln (map)
thru Sept 21  |  tickets: $20-$25   |  more info
       
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Review: The Yellow Wallpaper (The Mill Theatre)

Daiva Bhandari stars in The Mill Theatre's "The Yellow Wallpaper," adapted by Lorelei Sturm, directed by Jaclyn Biskup. (photo credit: Jaclyn Biskup)        
      
The Yellow Wallpaper

Based on story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Adapted by Lorelei Sturm 
Directed by Jaclyn Biskup
at Chopin Theatre, 1543 W. Division (map)
thru Sept 14  |  tickets: $15-$20   |  more info
       
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Review: Some Men (Pride Films and Plays)

Edward Fraim and Nelson Rodriguez star in Pride Films and Plays' "Some Men" by Terrence McNally, directed by David Zak and Derek Van Barham. (photo credit: Alexa Ray Meyers)        
      
Some Men

Written by Terrence McNally  
Directed by David Zak and Derek Van Barham
at Rivendell Theatre, 5779 N. Ridge (map)
thru Sept 14  |  tickets: $20-$30   |  more info
       
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Review: Clemente – The Legend of 21 (NightBlue Performing Arts and ArtoCarpus)

Modesto Lacén stars in NightBlue Performing Arts and ArtoCarpus' "Clemente: The Legend of 21," written and directed by Luis Caballero, music by Harold Gutierrez. (photo credit: Drew Peterson)        
      
Clemente:
   The Legend of 21

Written and Directed by Luis Caballero  
Music by Harold Gutierrez
at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont (map)
thru Sept 14  |  tickets: $35   |  more info
       
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Review: The Importance of Being Earnest (American Players Theatre)

Kelsey Brennan, Matt Schwader and Marcus Truschinski star in American Players Theatre's "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde, directed by William Brown. (photo credit: Carissa Dixon)        
      
The Importance
   of Being Earnest

Written by Oscar Wilde  
Directed by William Brown
American Players Theatre, Spring Green, WI (map)
thru Sept 27  |  tickets: $36-$44   |  more info
       
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Review: On the Town (Marriott Theatre)

Max Clayton stars as Gabey in Marriott Theatre's exhuberant "On the Town" by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, directed by David H. Bell. (photo credit: Jeff Campbell)        
       
On the Town 

By Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden
    and Adolph Green
Directed by David H. Bell 
at Marriott Theatre, 10 Marriott Drive (map)
thru Oct 12  |  tickets: $40-$48   |  more info
       
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