As Americans prepare to cast their ballots in November, the Quest review will revisit moments in history that inform us as we consider present challenges.
Archives for September 2016
As they Piddle, Twiddle and Resolve, the Founding Fathers reveal themselves to be less like the stoic, iconic statesmen of legend and more like the players who attend our contemporary party conventions. They squabble, pontificate and insult one another. They eschew their duties to indulge in rum, a nap or sex.
(Jessica) Naimy’s Rosemary is downright Hillary Rodham-esque, helping her Bill’s climb to the top. This young star’s verve, twinkle, talent and beauty combine to enthrall.
In short, Amour will have cult appeal, and that’s not such a bad thing for Black Button Eyes, whose mission focuses on seldom seen shows.
Chicago Theatre Workshop Artistic Director Tom Mullen announced today that Wicked City will be directed and choreographed by Christopher Pazdernik, who earned raves for the same duties on last winter’s critical and audience favorite High Fidelity: The Musical with Refuge Theatre Project.