By Jane Recker Kids say the darndest things. A quick search on the web of “craziest things kids have said” brings up stories of children hoping their expectant mothers will give birth to Batman instead of a little sister, of being terribly disappointed their phone didn’t fly when it was put on airplane mode and
Archives for May 2019
CHICAGO Broadway In Chicago is delighted to announce that tickets for Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, LES MISÉRABLES will go on sale Friday, May 10. LES MISÉRABLES will play Broadway In Chicago’s Cadillac Palace Theatre (151 W Randolph) for a limited three-week engagement July 9-27, 2019.
By Eric Karas Style and Grace: In Tribute to Lena Horne and Nancy Wilson is the Black Ensemble Theater’s tribute to two great African American women who sang songs of emotional power with the style and grace of the title but also a great deal of self respect. The script lets us know right away
CHICAGO – Agents Mulder and Scully are on the case! As a deadly dancing epidemic spreads among suburbanites, Mulder and Scully are forced to confront their feelings for each other all while singing and dancing! “I Wanna Believe! An X Files Musical Parody” has all your favorites, AD Skinner! Alex Krycek! The Cigarette Smoking Man!
The title role of Matilda is filled by two outstanding young actors, Audrey Edwards and Natalie Galla. The part is demanding with little time spent offstage and lots and lots of lyrics and lines. Edwards’ (who performed the night of the press opening) embodiment of this extraordinary girl is both powerful and poignant.