Category Archives: Theatre

The Emperor’s New Clothes

Today was a Marriott Day for the grandgirls. We went to their special performance of ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes,’ which was particularly exciting since that tale is a favorite of the middle two grandkids. We were concerned that it might … Continue reading

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Sex With Strangers

We really were not sure what to expect. With a title like ‘Sex With Strangers,’ one has to wonder what one is about to encounter. What we did encounter was a two-hour play with a fifteen-minute intermission that was well … Continue reading

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Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O’Neill

I am trying to wrap my head around the production of ‘Moon of the Misbegotten,’ a Eugene O’Neil play we saw on Friday evening in Glencoe at Writers Theatre. I never fell asleep, never dozed off, but perhaps that is … Continue reading

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The Arts vs. a governmental bully

I don’t know how many people realize how much resistance is going on in the Theatre Community. It seems to me that the Arts, Movies, Plays, and Social Media are at war, whether we admit it or not. Everywhere we … Continue reading

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Wicked 2017!

There are not a lot of plays I have seen multiple times, at least not three times. Wicked is one of them and this was the third time. I must confess that the first time I really didn’t understand or … Continue reading

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