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The Year of Shakespeare

Dear Friends,

In our newsletter today, we want to tell you about an amazing new happening in Chicago. They are having a yearlong celebration of Shakespeare, including theatre, dance, music, art, and literature.  135 more words


Chicago Theater Review: 'The Tempest,' with Magic by Teller

Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s spectacle-oriented production of “The Tempest,” seen in prior versions at American Repertory Theater and a couple of other regionals, achieves what many stagings of Shakespeare attempt but rarely accomplish:  It turns the bard into a genuinely popular entertainment. 584 more words


"The Little Mermaid" at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Anne Johnsos and Steve Cochran discuss Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s take on “The Little Mermaid.”  According to Anne’s “mom review,” it is a must-see!


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Review: Sense and Sensibility

This past weekend, we saw the musical version of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. I have to say that I went into the show with reservations. 667 more words


A satisfying 'Sense and Sensibility' at Chicago Shakes

Editor’s note: I had to bow out of reviewing this production due to a massive sinus infection, but the lovely book nerd Jamie Prahl, who is a huge fan of Jane Austen’s, stepped in to cover. 840 more words


Global Challenge: The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre education internship - Alana Tomlin

Alana Tomlin (BA English with Creative Writing, 3rd year)

The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre education internship, Chicago, USA, through Global Challenge

Details of duties / responsibilities / activities… 505 more words

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Macbeth at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Recently I attended another play at the Shakespeare Theater. This one was an abridged version and lasted around 75 minutes. For those of you that have read Macbeth, you know that it involves a lot of blood, gore, and witchcraft. 361 more words

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