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Oscar-Winning 'Shakespeare In Love' Now Dazzles Audiences On Stage!

For ‘This Week in Theater,’ Dean Richards welcomes in Kate McGonigle ( Viola de Lesseps) and Nick Rehberger (Will Shakespeare) from Shakespeare in Love now playing a the Chicago Shakespeare Theater at Navy Pier. 50 more words

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Chicago Theater Review: New Plays Tackle Timely Topics

Genocide, terrorism, a massacre, and police violence: Those are the not-so-cheery but exceptionally topical catalysts of four new plays opening within weeks of each other and continuing simultaneously around Chicago. 1,080 more words

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Cheek by Jowl – The Winter's Tale

In Cheek by Jowl’s production of The Winter’s Tale, directed by Declan Donnellan, the operation of time is given thematic pride of place. In fact, Time herself (Grace Andrews) frames the action of the story. 918 more words

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Cheek by Jowl – The Winter's Tale

I saw the Cheek by Jowl production of The Winter’s Tale on December 20, the longest night of the year, and it haunted me well into the dark hours of the early morning. 1,125 more words

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Pritzker Military Museum and Library – Shakespeare and the Citizen Soldier

In fall 2016, The Pritzker Military Museum & Library filmed a series of in-depth interviews with scholars, artists, and military veterans entitled Shakespeare and the Citizen Soldier… 1,259 more words

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Chicago Shakespeare Theater – Shakespeare Tonight!

I love to watch people who are at the top of their profession doing what they do. Great artists, athletes, teachers, and performers who know the spirit and the craft of their disciplines can transform an idea or a text into joyful excellence. 1,367 more words

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Spymonkey – The Complete Deaths

The United Kingdom-based physical comedy troupe Spymonkey’s members include Toby Park, Petra Massey, Aitor Basauri and Stephan Kreiss, all of whom play fictionalized, exaggerated versions of their own “real” identities in  966 more words

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