Chicago Spotlight: April 2005
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Mar 31, 2005 · Chicago
John Malkovich in Lost Land(Photo © Michael Brosilow) April may have but 30 days, but there will be more than 40 Chicago theater openings in prime time. M
Chicago Spotlight: March 2005
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Mar 4, 2005 · Chicago
Christina Applegate(Photo © Jill Greenberg) For reasons unknown, artists and the art world as dramatic subjects or themes seemed to be in the spotlight in Februa
Chicago Spotlight: February 2005
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Jan 31, 2005 · Chicago
Jefferson Mays in I Am My Own Wife(Photo © Michael Brosilow) Among more than 30 shows opening in February, one of the most anticipated is Permanent Col...
Chicago Spotlight: January 2005
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Dec 31, 2004 · Chicago
Jennifer Gambatese in All Shook Up(Photo © Joan Marcus) The hell with the snow (we haven't had any to speak of... yet). The real news is that theater-lov
Chicago Spotlight: December 2004
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Nov 30, 2004 · Chicago
William Brown and Lisa Dodson inthe Goodman Theatre's A Christmas Carol(Photo © Michael Brosilow) Tony Award winner Jarrod Emick is out and his understudy
Chicago Spotlight: November 2004
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Oct 31, 2004 · Chicago
Brian Dennehy(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Three Chicago theaters have hired tried-and-true veterans as their new artistic directors, one of whom will helm a new ope
Finishing the Picture
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Oct 11, 2004 · Chicago
Matthew Modine and Heather Prete in Finishing the Picture (Photo © Liz Lauren) Reno, Nevada, 1960. Kitty, a drug-addled star, h
Chicago Spotlight: October 2004
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Sep 30, 2004 · Chicago
Poster for the Playing French Festival (Graphic Design © Catherine Quillen) You've tried French food and French kissing? How about some French theater? A Frenc
Chicago Spotlight: September 2004
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Sep 1, 2004 · Chicago
Arthur Miller(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Once the Labor Day weekend is over, Chicago theater really cranks up as the many subscription companies launch their new s
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Jul 7, 2004 · Chicago
Cecilia Suarez in Electricidad(Photo © Michael Brosilow) Few classics have spawned more offspring than Euripides' tragedy Electra, which has been i

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