Cast and Creatives Announced for WHAT OF THE NIGHT?

Cast and Creatives Announced for WHAT OF THE NIGHT?

Pictured: Dionne Addai. Cor Theatre and Stage Left Theatre have announced the cast and creative team for María Irene Fornés’s Pulitzer-Prize nominated play WHAT OF THE NIGHT? Directed by Carlos Murillo, the production features Dionne Addai (Birdie), Kathryn Acosta (Rainbow), Kate Black-Spence (Helena/Leah), Tosha Fowler (Nadine/Reba), Stephen Loch (Joseph), Casey Morris (Charlie),...

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Genesis Announces 2017 Season

Genesis Announces 2017 Season

Genesis Theatrical Productions has announced their 2017 season which includes the Chicago premiere of Shirley Lauro’s RADIANT. In addition to the three show season, Genesis will also produce several holiday-themed shows as well as their staged reading series, FIRST GENERATION. For more information on Genesis visit  www.genesistheatricals.com Genesis Theatrical Productions 2017...

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Filament’s ROBIN HOOD Has Its Production Team and Cast

Filament’s ROBIN HOOD Has Its Production Team and Cast

Pictured: Jyreika Guest.  Filament Theatre has announced the cast and crew for the first show of their 10th season; THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD. Directed by Omen Sade, the production features Jyreika Guest as Robin Hood and Molly Bunder as the Sheriff of Nottingham, et al. The production team includes...

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TimeLine Has Its A DISAPPEARING NUMBER Cast and Production Team

TimeLine Has Its A DISAPPEARING NUMBER Cast and Production Team

Pictured: Anu Bhatt. Timeline Theatre has announced the cast and production team for the Chicago premiere of A DISAPPEARING NUMBER by Complicité. Directed by Timeline Associate Artistic Director Nick Bowling, the production features Kareem Bandealy (Al Cooper), Anish Jethmalani (Aninda), Anu Bhatt (Surita), Arya Daire (Ramanujan’s mother), Dennis William Grimes (Hardy), Juliet...

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GIVE IT ALL BACK Explores Pressures of the Public Gaze

GIVE IT ALL BACK Explores Pressures of the Public Gaze

Calamity West’s new play, GIVE IT ALL BACK, explores that great conflict between art and success. In the arts, whether or not a public life is part of our intention, whether or not we’ve truly considered celebrity, a certain amount of success will grant you fame, and with it, a unique brand of widespread recognition.

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Cast and Production Team Announced For EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON

Cast and Production Team Announced For EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON

Pictured: Lucy Carapetyan. Steep Theatre has announced the cast and production team for the U.S. production of Mike Bartlett’s EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON. Directed by Jonathan Berry, this large ensemble production features Steep Company Members Lucy Carapetyan, Patricia Donegan, Alex Gillmor, Nick Horst, Cindy Marker, Peter Moore and Jim Poole. Guest artists includes Indra Andreshak,...

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City Lit Announces Cast and Creatives for THE SUNDIAL Adaptation

City Lit Announces Cast and Creatives for THE SUNDIAL Adaptation

City Lit’s 2016-17 season will continue in January with Paul Edwards’ original adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s 1958 novel THE SUNDIAL, the third Jackson adaptation undertaken by the Edgewater company.

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Cast and Production Team Announced for THE ASSEMBLED PARTIES 

Cast and Production Team Announced for THE ASSEMBLED PARTIES 

Pictured: Loretta Rezos.  Raven Theatre has announced casting for the Midwest premiere of THE ASSEMBLED PARTIES by Richard Greenberg.  Directed by Cody Estle, the production features Loretta Rezos, Joe Mack, JoAnn Montemurro, Chuck Spencer, Christopher Peltier, Niko Kourtis, Marika Mashburn.  The production team includes Jeffrey D. Kmiec (set design), Theresa...

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Alison Vesely, Artistic Director of First Folio Theatre, Passes Away at 59

Alison Vesely, Artistic Director of First Folio Theatre, Passes Away at 59

Vesely directed over forty productions at the Oak Brook-based institution she founded in 1997 with her surviving husband, David Rice.

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Attendance down, Contributions up According to TCG

Attendance down, Contributions up According to TCG

With fewer people buying tickets, theaters are cutting play development and investing in education.

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