Category Archives: Theatre

The Producers

Years ago, I was absolutely spellbound by Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder in The Producers. It was written and directed by Mel Brooks. I loved it. Since then, I am pretty sure I have seen it again, and again loved … Continue reading

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The Paramount

Last week we were supposed to go see The Producers in Aurora, Illinois. Now Aurora is famous for the massacre that took place a bit ago. Anyway, we canceled our theatre moment since our son and his wife were both … Continue reading

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Ah…Friday

Friday is a day to look forward to, even as a retiree. In any case, although I am retired, I am anything but retired. Okay, so I don’t do a nine to five day, but then again I never did … Continue reading

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Good friends, dinner, and a play (An Inspector Calls)

The snow is in its melting stage. Last night we had a wonderful time with our friends as we went downtown and took in a play at the Shakespeare Theatre on Navy Pier. Our friends picked us up and we … Continue reading

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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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