By Erin Fleming “Where you wanna go on a Saturday night?” It’s a good question, and the opening line to an uptempo rock gem of a number called “Too Drunk To Be 15,” from the show Jenna Roxy and The Church of Modern Love, a new musical described as a “super immersive Hedwig” – and
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CHICAGO – Refuge Theatre Project will again perform in a non-traditional space for their production of bare: a pop opera, which will complete the company’s second season with a five-week run from October 7 through November 6, 2016. The sanctuary of Epworth United Methodist Church at 5253 N. Kenmore will be the stage for this
CHICAGO – Dennis Začek and Grippo Stage Co., Inc., will present Confessions of a P.I.M.P., written and performed by André De Shields, and directed by Samuel G. Roberson and Dennis Začek. The cast also includes Kimberly Lawson and Donica Lynn. Confessions of a P.I.M.P. runs August 26, 27 at 8pm and August 28 at 7:30pm
The cast and staff of Brown Paper Box Co.’s summer production of Now. Here. This. was surprised on Friday, August 5, by the show’s original creative team, collaborators, and stars. Jeff Bowen (music and lyrics), Tony Award nominee Hunter Bell (book), and original director and choreographer Michael Berresse caught the Chicago premiere of their work
CHICAGO – This all new musical comedy tells the tale of two delusional lounge singers whose beliefs they are destined for greatness are put to the test. “The Starlight Lounge Presents Bracket & Spootz” begins previews August 11, opens August 25 at The Annoyance Theatre. The Starlight Lounge was once the jewel of the Catskills, but