Review: LYSISTRATA JONES at Refuge Theatre Project

Review: LYSISTRATA JONES at Refuge Theatre Project

LYSISTRATA JONES is like rewatching a 90s sitcom in 2017 and cringing at all the racism and sexist undertones you didn’t remember were there.

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Refuge Has Its LYSISTRATA JONES Cast and Creatives

Refuge Has Its LYSISTRATA JONES Cast and Creatives

Refuge Theatre Project has announced the cast and production team for the Chicago premiere of LYSISTRATA JONES.

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Review: THINGS TO RUIN at Refuge Theatre Project

Review: THINGS TO RUIN at Refuge Theatre Project

Musical Theatre isn’t really famous for its intimacy. But if you are into THINGS TO RUIN, intimacy you get. And immediacy. And certainly quite a bit of passion.

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Cast and Creatives Announced for Refuge Theatre Project’s THINGS TO RUIN

Cast and Creatives Announced for Refuge Theatre Project’s THINGS TO RUIN

Refuge Theatre Project has announced the cast and creatives for their spring production of THINGS TO RUIN: The Songs of Joe Iconis.

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Top 5 Reasons to See Refuge Theatre’s HIGH FIDELITY

Top 5 Reasons to See Refuge Theatre’s HIGH FIDELITY

In the spirit of the many “Top 5” song lists offered up in Refuge’s HIGH FIDELITY: THE MUSICAL, I present five reasons to see this entertaining, feel-good pop musical production rife with charm and delectable harmonies.

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Crushing Performances Reveal the Heart and Soul of BARE.

Crushing Performances Reveal the Heart and Soul of BARE.

Boy, girl, boy girl. Plaid skirt, khaki pants, plaid skirt, khaki pants. This is the strict pattern in which we sat during Mass at my Catholic elementary school. I think the purpose of that was to stop us from giggling with our girlfriends during the homily, but now it seems like a larger metaphor.

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