Category Archives: Theatre

A birthday, a Musical (Jesus Christ Superstar), a walk in the past

The other day we had a birthday party for our youngest grandchild. As it happened, my daughter-in-law had tickets already for the 100th anniversary of the Choir Opera that produces the annual musical at New Trier Township High School. As … Continue reading

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The Princess and the Pea

It is a ‘Princess and a Pea’ kind of day. Today we are taking all of the grandkids and their moms to see the play at the Marriott Theatre. This is two days that we are spending in pretty much … Continue reading

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Stick Fly at Writers Theatre

Sometimes birthday gifts are particularly special and the gift of Stick Fly at Writers Theatre was a great choice. One of our wonderful ‘daughters’ contacted me about a month or so ago and asked what we were doing on February … Continue reading

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‘Sunday Evening’ with Zlatomir

Sometimes you just have to get out of that box. We did so by deciding to see our first Bulgarian play: Sunday Evening, written by Zachary Karabashliev and directed by someone we know, Zlatomir Moldovanski. Zlatomir is an actor and … Continue reading

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Wednesday varnishing and ‘Grease’

I woke up around 7:00 AM and although inclined to think I should stay in bed, I got up. I still have not gotten used to the fact that I am sleeping longer. I am sure that part of it … Continue reading

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