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Chicago (May 5, 2019) -- THE UNDENIABLE SOUND OF RIGHT NOW runs through June 16th at the Raven Theatre. "Chicago, 1992. the city and its culture are changing, but grungy old Hank's Bar isn't. The soulless noise of electronic house music is on the rise. So Hank, a proprietor of a legendary rock club must battle this rising tide of…
CHICAGO (April 8, 2019) -- In the play UTILITY (Rivendell Theatre thru May 4, 2019): "Amber is doing everything she can to keep her head above water, but no matter how hard she tries it never seems to be enough. Money is tight, her marriage is in turmoil, and she’s juggling two jobs just to make ends meet. As she…
CHICAGO (March 17, 2019) -- 2 UNFORTUNATE 2 TRAVEL (Prop Thtr through April 15th) aims to treat you to a variety show-like experience as you “travel” with the cast and emcee through Europe, and encounter funny misfortunes and curious ways out of them. To devise this experience, director Zach Weinberg collaborated with many individuals, including the cast, to invent the characters…
[caption id="attachment_6997" align="alignleft" width="300"] (left to right) Sarah Goeden, Izis Mollinedo, Kat McDonnell, Kamille Dawkins. Photo by Collin Quinn Rice.[/caption] CHICAGO (Nov 25, 2018) -- Getting inside the mind of an actor before opening night is like being shown a secret passageway into the play and the acting process. My interview with Sarah Goeden did not disappoint, as she opened…
NEW YORK, NY (July 14, 2017) -- Chris Harcom’s MARTIN DENTON, MARTIN DENTON, directed by Aimee Todoroff, sprints thru the life and times of the famed theatre critic and founder of nytheatre.com, Martin Denton (Chris Harcom). He and his delightfully manic side-kick (Marisol Rosa-Shapiro), who plays his mother along with a wide slew of bushy-tailed side characters ranging from a…
NEW YORK, NY (June 20, 2017) -- Shahid Nadeem’s ACQUITTAL, directed by Noele Ghoussaini, tells the story of four women confined together in a Pakistani prison. Stripped of their dignity and human rights in the aftermath of General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq’s regime of terror in the early 1980s, they have only one another to turn to for friendship and support.  Their…
[caption id="attachment_4508" align="alignleft" width="348"] Amber Tamblyn ("Joan of Arcadia", The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) makes her New York theater debut in CAN YOU FORGIVE HER?[/caption] NEW YORK CITY -- “It’s Halloween night, and Miranda is desperate for a way out. She’s drowning in debt, may be falling for the man who pays her bills, and is on the run…
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