Review: LITTLE FISH at Kokandy Productions

Review: LITTLE FISH at Kokandy Productions

In an era of shock value and fast-paced, high-drama storytelling, Michael John LaChiusa’s LITTLE FISH is a refreshingly thoughtful, nuanced and contemplative portrait of a woman trying to live one moment at a time.

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Despite Flaws, TOMORROW MORNING is Sweet, Memorable and Refreshingly Uncynical

Despite Flaws, TOMORROW MORNING is Sweet, Memorable and Refreshingly Uncynical

Laurence Mark Wythe’s TOMORROW MORNING does a lot of things right. In the vein of Jason Robert Brown’s THE LAST FIVE YEARS, TOMORROW MORNING aims for intimate, character-driven and contemporary. It focuses on two couples—one, the night before their wedding and the other, the night before their divorce.

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Chicago Premiere of HEATHERS Triumphs as Both Totally Awesome and Heartwarming

Chicago Premiere of HEATHERS Triumphs as Both Totally Awesome and Heartwarming

HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL manages to be both satirical and at times legitimately moving, largely echoing the biting tone of the original film.

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