Inside “GHOSTS & zombies” Part 1: Ibsen

Inside “GHOSTS & zombies” Part 1: Ibsen

In this 4-part series, PerformInk takes you inside Akvavit Theatre’s GHOSTS & zombies through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes.

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Tom Williams Quits Because There’s No Good Chicago Theater Coming Up

Tom Williams Quits Because There’s No Good Chicago Theater Coming Up

Apparently, Williams believes that other critics in this town are too nice. “They are out there to mooch tickets,” and “after me being gone, and Hedy’s gonna retire, you’re going to have no one saying ‘don’t go to the shows’ anymore.”

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Inside BONNIE & CLYDE Part Two: Creating the Physical World

Inside BONNIE & CLYDE Part Two: Creating the Physical World

In this 4-part series, PerformInk takes you inside Kokandy Productions’ BONNIE & CLYDE through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes. To read past INSIDE articles.

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Becoming an Audiobook Narrator

Becoming an Audiobook Narrator

In PerformInk’s series “The Craft”, we invite professionals in the educational field to discuss the benefits and/or the history behind the craft they teach. To read past blogs click here. By Kevin Theis Whenever I meet someone who is considering getting into the audiobook industry as a narrator, I always make...

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Final Curtain: Knowing When Enough Is Enough

Final Curtain: Knowing When Enough Is Enough

By the age of 30, more than half of American actors and dancers will have given up their professions.

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Inside BONNIE & CLYDE Part One: Fact Vs. Fiction

Inside BONNIE & CLYDE Part One: Fact Vs. Fiction

In this 4-part series, PerformInk takes you inside Kokandy Productions BONNIE & CLYDE through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes.

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Required Reading: Goodnight Sweet Prince

Required Reading: Goodnight Sweet Prince

The time has come to replace “Hamlet” as the theatrical standard-bearer.

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Why Must the Chicago Reader Embarrass Itself Every Year

Why Must the Chicago Reader Embarrass Itself Every Year

Here we go again. The Chicago Reader’s “Best of Chicago” list is out. This year, one company was nominated for both “Best Established Theater Company” AND “Best New Theater Company.”

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What the Hell Is Happening with PASS OVER?

What the Hell Is Happening with PASS OVER?

You would think that Steppenwolf just produced the very first play ever about race to be performed in Chicago. Jesus.

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Inside HER MAJESTY’S WILL Part 3: Chicago’s Shakespeare

Inside HER MAJESTY’S WILL Part 3: Chicago’s Shakespeare

Author, Playwright, and Fight Choreographer David Blixt discusses the inspiration behind HER MAJESTY’S WILL, and the process behind creating the violence.

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