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unedited scene from the bike play

I haven’t really felt like sharing, but then I thought, fuck it, I got nothing to lose (except for my 14 views–don’t go!).

Anyway, I was trying to think of what scene to post to round this off. 1,570 more words


Theatre Thursday: How Grease's Summer Lovin' Warmed Up the Winter

Yesterday Fox rivaled NBC’s live musicals with Grease: Live. They upped the anti by adding an audience, and filming on a huge indoor/outdoor set. The show definitely had its flaws but had a fantastic cast and was so much fun, it was an overall success. 714 more words


Seeing Stars in "Touch"

For a city where the stars above are hidden each night by all the light of the streets below, “Touch,” written by Toni Press-Coffman and directed by James Masciovecchio, brought a sky’s worth of stars and their pensive wonder to the stage. 419 more words


of mice and men at milwaukee rep

As much as I love the razzle dazzle of fun, spectacle-type shows, it’s performances like this that really remind of what theater can do.

Unlike pretty much everyone else in the world, I did not read… 572 more words


The Man Who Sold The World

I have song obsessions. This is one of them.

This song relates to i stole lance armstrong’s bike in that it was the impetus for the whole play. 1,535 more words


Long Live King Charles III

I’m not usually one for British imports. It probably has to do with the fact that I don’t quite understand the lure of a monarchy, and there’s invariably no people of color. 244 more words


My theater report from Third Coast Review

Our new website, thirdcoastreview.com, has been launched by a bunch of refugees from Gapers Block, our dear, archived Chicago website. I wrote about that… 567 more words