Category Archives: Theatre

Nell Gwynn

Wednesday morning had been so busy for me that I neglected to remember we were going downtown for a play that evening. We got smart this time and took Sheridan Road in, taking a short trip to the Loop and … Continue reading

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Little Foxes at Citadel Theatre

We have been on a theatre roll all week with two great plays: Tootsie and Witch (at Writers Theatre). We were wondering if the roll would continue on Sunday with The Little Foxes at Citadel Theatre. We did continue that … Continue reading

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Witch at Writers Theatre

We had no idea what we were getting in to when we went to see the play at Writers Theatre. The play was ‘Witch’ and we knew nothing about it. As it turns out, it is a new play and … Continue reading

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Tootsie

I received an e-mail from TravelZoo, in the not so distant past, about Broadway in Chicago. As it happens, we got tickets from them and for less than $100 we had wonderful tickets to see Tootsie in the Cadillac Palace … Continue reading

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VIETGONE, a play by Qui Nguyen, at Writers Theatre in Glencoe, IL

I must admit that I am not overly fond of rehashing or going over the Viet Nam war. I seriously find it too painful. I remember those troubling years where we were involved in a war we had no business … Continue reading

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