Third Eye Theatre Ensemble has endeavored to unearth meaning from the debris of moral decay—to elucidate some reason in the aftermath of an apocalypse.
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Here’s hoping this exquisite Chicago run by Johnson’s uber-talented cast will bring deserved exposure to this hidden gem.
The Marriott artistic team splashes the stage with an abundance of color, feathers, puppets and lots of laughs.
Mazzola’s first Lyric production after the announcement proves a beautiful, if unpolished, evening of music.
Now is exactly the time to catch the unique and revelatory show in a ground-breaking collaboration between Vision Latino Theatre Company and Jedlicka Performing Arts Center.