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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
Electricidad
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
Meet John Doe
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Mar 31, 2004 · Chicago
Ben Werling and Julie Granata in Meet John Doe(Photo © Andy Rothenberg) When the Shattered Globe Theatre Company secured exclusive
Pulp
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Feb 19, 2004 · Chicago
Jane Blass and Julia Neary in Pulp(Photo © Michael Brosilow) About Face Theatre, the Chicago troupe that co-developed Broadway's I Am My Own Wife,
The Light in the Piazza
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Jan 27, 2004 · Chicago
Wayne Wilcox and Celia Keenan-Bolgerin The Light in the Piazza(Photo © Liz Lauren) Over the past few years, the Goodman Theatre has developed several new
The Secret in the Wings
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Oct 2, 2003 · Chicago
Laura Eason and the cast ofThe Secret in the Wings(Photo © Michael Brosilow) In Chicago, any new show by adapter/director Mary Zimmerman is highly anticip
Anna in the Tropics
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Sep 25, 2003 · Chicago
Dale Rivera and Charin Alvarezin Anna in the Tropics(Photo © Liz Lauren) Chicago's Tony Award-winning Victory Gardens Theater announced late last winter t
Phèdre
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Sep 18, 2002 · Chicago
Seventeenth century French neo-classical tragedy never has been popular with English-speaking audiences. Owing to the strict structural formulae which it follows, ...

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