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Red Tape’s “All Quiet” is a brilliant, harrowing interpretation of Remarque’s famous novel
“Women in 4G” is an uneven but interesting outer space thriller
Shakespeare 2, Cicadas 1 in Oak Park
Funny “Beyond Therapy” shows its age
Broken lives cross in the flawed but poignant “International Falls”
The touring “Come From Away” is every bit as funny, emotional, and inspiring as Broadway’s version
The Comrades’ “Roast” is an interesting concept unevenly carried out.
Strong design work and good acting aren’t enough to make “And Then There Were None” work as well as the novel it’s based on.
USAOnstage NYC: Love, Noël: The Songs and Letters of Noël Coward presents the elegance of yesteryear
USAOnStage NYC: The Rolling Stone takes on the deadly plight of gays in Uganda
USA OnStage NYC: A Strange Loop—Letting It All Hang Out. And Then Some
USA Onstage NYC: “Toni Stone” knocks it out of the ballpark
Direct From London: reviews of three shows currently playing in the West End
Hamilton to Close 1/5/20; Final Block of Tickets on Sale 5/17
Steppenwolf Breaks Ground Today on New Campus Expansion
Timeline Theatre announces purchase of Uptown property as future home
The Chicago Fringe Festival announces it will cease programming in 2019
Cast and crew announced for Pride Films and Plays’ “Southern Comfort”
No More Curtain Calls: Broward Stage Door Theatre Closes Its Doors
Mostly transgender cast makes for a special Southern Comfort
Top Acting Performances of 2018
500 Days of Reviewing
Noel (A Christmas Poem)
200 shows in about 300 days!
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