Category Archives: Writers Theatre

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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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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Pleased by ‘Preview’ – ‘Trevor the musical

It was a sad but joyous moment. Before going to see the ‘Preview’ of the play ‘Trevor the Musical,’ MK and I took a gander at the short film, a 1994 Academy Award winner: ‘Trevor, a dramedy.’ It is the … Continue reading

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Two great plays at Writers Theatre

It is always nice when it happens that something good is in your neighborhood. Such is the case with Writers Theatre in Glencoe, Illinois. In the past few weeks, we have seen several great plays there, the first one in … Continue reading

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“The Scene” at Writers Theatre

Ultimately, I think the play is about human terror of being insignificant, of life passing you by, and the way our media culture grinds us all down with that fear. I think the shocking anger of our country is about … Continue reading

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