Review: PUNK at The New Colony

Review: PUNK at The New Colony

If it weren’t enough that this show captures all the essential issues of the American prison-industrial complex and condenses them into a two-and-a-half-hour dramady, the acting that has to back up the content is absolutely stellar.

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Review: HER MAJESTY’S WILL at Lifeline Theatre

Review: HER MAJESTY’S WILL at Lifeline Theatre

Referred to as the “lost years,” this span of seven years is the subject of Lifeline Theatre’s world premiere HER MAJESTY’S WILL adapted by ensemble member Robert Kauzlaric from the novel by Chicago-based author David Blixt.

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WHAT OF THE NIGHT? Rewards an Important and Worthwhile Commitment

WHAT OF THE NIGHT? Rewards an Important and Worthwhile Commitment

Photo: Kate Black-Spence and Nelson Rodriguez in WHAT OF THE NIGHT? (Ian McLaren) Review: WHAT OF THE NIGHT?, Co-Produced by Cor Theatre and Stage Left Theatre at Theater Wit By Bec Willett WHAT OF THE NIGHT? is a play that for both artist and audience requires intellectual and emotional commitment...

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