Tag: Nat Swift

Review: Megastasis (Eclipse Theatre)

Anthony Conway, Ashley J. Hicks and Gregory Fenner star as Tray, Gina and Dubby in Megastasis            
      

  

Megastasis
   
Written by Kia Corthron
Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport (map)
thru Aug 20  |  tix: $30  |  more info    
       
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July 19, 2017 | 0 Comments More

Review: The Little Flower of East Orange (Eclipse Theatre)

John Henry Roberts, Jess Maynard,  Jeannie Affelder, Michael Stark and Ashey Hicks           
         

The Little Flower
     of East Orange

Written by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport (map)
thru Dec 18  |  tix: $20-$30  |  more info
       
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November 15, 2016 | 0 Comments More

Review: Sketchbook Reincarnate (Collaboraction)

Dean Evans, creator and performer of "Honeybuns", part of the 12th Annual Sketchfest at Collaboraction - "Sketchbook Reincarnate". (photo credit: Jeremy Dop)        
       

Sketchbook Reincarnate
 

Flat Iron Arts Bldg., 1579 N. Milwaukee (map)
thru July 15  |  tickets: $10-$20   |  more info
       
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June 24, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Arthur Miller Project: an interview with Eclipse Theatre gang

Talking about Arthur M. with the gang at Eclipse

It’s dangerous to getting together with Eclipse Theatre’s crew of artists. They love talking about theatre as much as I do, so the interview format quickly turns into casual and fun conversation that could have gone on and on if we let it. Artistic Director Nat Swift, who directs Eclipse’s current production Resurrection Blues (our review 3.5stars), JP Pierson, who plays Stanley, and Nora Fiffer, who will perform in their summer production After the Fall, easily demonstrate their company’s dramaturgical drive and intelligent grasp of recurring themes in Arthur Miller’s work. They appreciate Resurrection Blues for its focus on media and I appreciate its prophetic power to show us the dire straits we could be heading for—a perspective that make me the “wonderfully cynical” one in the group. Enjoy.

 

 

 


 

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May 5, 2010 | 0 Comments More