Chicagoland musical theatre artist and Jeff Award winner Cory Goodrich is looking for a little help from her friends, old and new. She’s in the midst of a month-long campaign on crowd funding site indiegogo.com to support production of a new CD to include Broadway, cover and original songs written by Goodrich and respected Chicago-area Jeff
Broadway In Chicago is thrilled to announce Tony Award® nominee Annaleigh Ashford (Kinky Boots, Chicago production of WICKED, You Can’t Take It With You and Masters of Sex) makes her solo Chicago premiere with an evening of song, story and sequin in her critically-acclaimed, Lost in the Stars, for one-night only on Saturday, March 21
By Barry Reszel With reports of shows waiting in queue (including the amazing Amazing Grace that previewed in Chicago last fall) for one of 40 New York venues with the 500 seats needed to earn its productions “Broadway” distinction, it’s hard to understand how First Date ever made it to the top of the list.
By Barry Reszel Hysterical and spooky A stage smash hit most flukey At the Mercury they’re kooky Stearns‘ Addams Family Lippa‘s comic score To a comic strip of yore Leaves ’em rolling on the floor At this Addams Family With characters well known And an eerie kind of tone It’s so fun to be thrown
By Barry Reszel The suddenly hyper-public gender speculation of Olympic champion Bruce Jenner offers a certain strange relevance to Marriott Theater’s current production, La Cage aux Folles. Perhaps it will allow those who see this production to feel greater compassion for the 1976 gold medal decathlete who may or may not be undergoing gender