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Quick Wit: Alfred Uhry
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 16, 2000 · Chicago
Alfred Uhry Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and educated at Brown University, Alfred Uhry came to New York to write in the early 1960's and initially worked for ...
Hearing the Clarion Call of the Playwright, and Playing Along
By Catey Sullivan · Apr 16, 2000 · Chicago
The Drama's Hopeful Call:Kristine Thatcher, author ofVoice of Good Hope There is a common thread linking the ghosts of pastoral Wisconsin, the death of a ...
The Learned Ladies & Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 16, 2000 · Chicago
Moliere in the air:The Learned Ladies A sure sign of Spring in Chicago is the annual two-play rotating rep which always closes out the season at Court Theatre....
Not Only Sleeping
By Lucia Mauro · Apr 16, 2000 · Chicago
A state of dream-awake:Not Only Sleeping For a play described as "a comic meditation on sex and narcissism," Beau O'Reilly's latest work, Not Only Sleeping,
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
By Chris Peditto · Apr 4, 2000 · Chicago
A timeless classic comes to life on stage with the theatrical presentation of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The play starts out with a candy man explaining that
Quick Wit: Howard Witt
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 4, 2000 · Chicago
Howard Witt, of Boy Gets Girl Howard Witt has one of those faces people recognize, even if they don't know his name. In a 45 year career, Witt's worked at
Overtures and Ovations
By Lucia Mauro · Apr 4, 2000 · Chicago
Mark Robin Every time Marc Robin jumps into another directing and/or choreographing project, he encapsulates his vision of the show in one word. His smash hit,
Amy Morton Feathers Her Cuckoo's Nest
By Lawrence Bommer · Apr 3, 2000 · Chicago
Wretched as Ratched:Actress Amy Morton ofOne Flew Over theCuckoo's Nest Chicago favorite Amy Morton brings a volatile mix to her supple art. Beginning with
Boy Gets Girl
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 3, 2000 · Chicago
From Boy Gets Girl Chicago-based playwright Rebecca Gilman has won a Joseph Jefferson Award, the Roger L. Stevens Award from the Kennedy Center Fund for New
Voice of Good Hope
By Catey Sullivan · Apr 3, 2000 · Chicago
Cheryl Lynn Bruce andDaniel Mooney inVoice of Good HopePhoto: Liz Lauren As an actress, Kristine Thatcher has had a powerful way with words, whether boiling

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