Monday, May 25, 2015

Goodman 'Exploration' delves into the works of O'Neill By Barbara Vitello

"Most people, the vast majority of people, live their whole lives without hearing the name Eugene O'Neill," says actor Brian Dennehy. "The vast majority of people live their whole lives with…

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Broadway star's concert to open reborn Chicago theater by Scott C. Morgan

"An Evening with Sutton Foster" reopens the renovated and rechristened 550-seat Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place in Chicago tonight.

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The knights who sing Ni!' by Jack Helbig

In the mid-'70s a group of Oxford- and Cambridge-educated lunatics changed the face of comedy in America forever when their insane but inspired send up Arthurian legend, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," hit movie theaters at almost the same time their inspired but insane BBC comedy began to be aired on PBS.

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Applegate needs sweetness for Charity By Scott Morgan

The fact Applegate doesn't have all the right moves is a pity because most everything else in this fun "Sweet Charity" revival has the panache of a winner.

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