Block St Theatre’s Gamble Pays Off With Winning “Flamingo & Decatur”

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“Flamingo and Decatur,” a new play by Todd Taylor that Fayetteville, Arkansas’ Block St. Theatre is world premiering at Chicago’s Theatre Wit, immerses the theatre-goer in a world of professional gamblers in Las Vegas. Taylor, who also produces, brought the play to Chicago in order to take advantage of the great store-front opportunities here and […]

“For The Loyal” a Brilliantly Complex Moral Conundrum

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Interrobang Theatre Project’s 8th season’s theme, “What is Truth?” may never have such a literal presentation as it does in the company’s Chicago premiere production of Lee Blessing’s latest play, “For the Loyal.” Over 80 intense minutes, Blessing and director James Yost take us on a wild and emotional ride through alternative visions of reality […]