Invictus Theatre’s Love’s Labour’s Lost delivers on the linguistic beauty of Shakespeare

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By Kelly MacBlane It was like a spoken song. That was how my ears heard the language of Shakespeare ebbing and flowing from the mouths of the skilled actors on the intimate, Chicago storefront theater stage. With little knowledge of the show other than the basic plot, I found myself falling into a trance of […]

USAOnstage NYC: Harry Potter is an astounding achievement

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Review by Karen Topham, American Theatre Critics Association member #Keepthesecrets. That’s the admonition (and the button) that theatregoers are given when they exit the almost unbelievably magical Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. I understand them completely: what happens on that stage is the kind of stage magic that your eyes will tell you is […]