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Romeo and Juliet at the Citadel

The Citadel Theatre’s Citadel/Banff Centre Professional Program takes a cadre of young professional theatre artists every year, and after a period of full-time work together produces one play in the Citadel season.  614 more words

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Romeo and Juliet Showcases Excellent Acting, Fight Choreography

When you think of love, who doesn’t think of Romeo and Juliet? Watching one of Shakespeare’s most iconic plays, it’s humbling to realize what an effect the play has had on our modern world – our perception of love, or even the number of phrases that have made their way into everyday use. 626 more words

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The high art of low comedy, and other matters: the new Citadel season

Citadel artistic director Bob Baker unveiled the upcoming 2014-2015 Citadel season Monday night in The Club. (Have a peek at the lineup in my piece: 1,013 more words

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Mary Poppins

The first of P.L. Travers’ books about Mary Poppins was published in 1934, and I read some of the books as a child, taking them out from a particular old library branch that my father used to like.  393 more words

Suburban Theater in Antioch, Batavia, Lake Forest, and Palatine

by Joe Stead, February 19, 2014

“A Man With No Opinion” at Cutting Hall

Theatre Nebula is currently presenting a World Premiere farce, “A Man With No Opinion,” written and directed by Kevin Wiczer.  929 more words

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