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He's now appearing in the first national touring production of the multiple-Tony-winning Peter and the Starcatcher at San Francisco's Curran Theatre, carrying the same the presence and authority he had in 1991 as a freshman at Jesuit High School.
If you require another reason to see Chicago Shakespeare Theater's production of Edmond Rostand's 1897 romance "Cyrano de Bergerac" besides its grand scale, lovely writing and artful balance of humor and action, Harry Groener is it. Winner of the
Chicago Shakespeare Theater will launch its tour of the city's parks this Sunday. The theater's official opening will be at Eckhart Park on Sunday afternoon. Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks will perform The Comedy of Errors free in 18 neighborhood
The sex lives of modern cities Berlin in the 1920s, New York or San Francisco in the 1970s tend to be characterized in terms of underground cabarets and over-the-top discos, of fast times fueled by carefree hedonism. But the sex life of the
As if the breadth and diversity of Chicago area theater weren't enough to entice audiences, special discounts are now being offered for next month's Chicago Theatre Week. The League of Chicago Theatres, in partnership with marketers Choose Chicago,
Follow share this story Just as Clybourne Park (premiered at Playwrights Horizons) and Once (workshopped at American Reportory Theatre, premiered by New York Theatre Workshop), with victories at The Tony Awards, prominently reaffirmed how central
Kazurinsky is best known for his 1981-84 "Saturday Night Live" stint. But propelled by the success of "About Last Night ..." his and Denise DeClue's 1986 film adaptation of the David Mamet play "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" he had spent more than 20
Cirque's Quidam' at Sears Centre Cirque du Soleil brings its re-imagined Quidam to Hoffman Estates' Sears Centre Arena for a brief run. The show centers around a bored young girl named Zoe, who slips into an imaginary world where she discovers
Theater events: Steel Beam stages Murderer'-mystery Fun and games? The folks at Steel Beam Theatre promise to keep audience members on the edge of their seats with a production of the darkly comic Murderer by Anthony Shaffer (Sleuth).
Oprah takes her final bows, Rosie takes over Twenty-five years after her Chicago-shot talk show went national, the Big O called it quits. Among her final episodes were two taped at the United Center before thousands of fans, including live tributes