In The Bible, Jesus is called: Wonder Counselor, Prince of Peace, Son of the Most High, Hope of Glory, Mighty One, Morning Star, Lamb of God, Bread of Life, Truth, Word, Way. Chicagoland stage veteran Evan Tyrone Martin’s Jesus adds Dulcet-Voiced One, Uncertain Leader and Vulnerably Human. Superstar, indeed.
Archives for April 2017
Teatro Vista has put together an utterly tremendous production. Its scale is as intimate as it is grand, as small as it is seismic, mirthful, mournful, mystifying.
Nomad Theatre Company is excited to present Getting to Know…THE SOUND OF MUSIC AUDITIONS for performers grades 2-8: Friday, June 2 from 4:30-6:30pm Saturday, June 3 from 3:00-5:00pm Email info@ArtsCenterSTC.org to schedule an audition time. If unavailable during these times, please contact us for an alternative. Video auditions will be accepted. Deadline is June 3rd
CHICAGO – Kokandy Productions is pleased to announce casting for its Chicago premiere of Michael John LaChiusa’s LITTLE FISH, an oblique parable for urban life after the attacks of September 11th, directed by Producing Artistic Director Allison Hendrix with music direction by Kory Danielson, playing July 9 – August 20, 2017 at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave. in Chicago. LITTLE FISH will feature Curtis Bannister as John Paul, Kyrie Courter as Anne
CHICAGO— Like many undergraduates at Yale University in the mid-1960s, Bill Hannay was fond of avant garde literature, especially if it tested people’s commitment to the constitutional principle of freedom of expression. He followed, for example, the obscenity trials over the publication of the novel Naked Lunch underway in Los Angeles and Boston. The latter