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  • City Briefs: Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing' opens at GCC; Deukmejian Wilderness Park nature education program

    William Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” will be presented by the Glendale Community College’s Theatre and Arts Department Thursday, April 2¬†through April 12 in the college’s Mainstage Theatre. Performances will...
  • 3 plays take stage in Oak Lawn

    3 plays take stage in Oak Lawn
    Greetings and Happy Easter, fellow Oak Lawnians! Oak Lawn Community High School's theater department is hosting its spring productions of three one-act plays on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 9-11 at 7 p.m. at the high school, 9400 Southwest...
  • Living Legends series will feature key founder

    The Eustis Historical Museum will present Living Legends of Lake County series featuring Deborah Carpenter, one of the founders of the Bay Street Players, at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the State Theatre, 109 N. Bay St. in downtown Eustis. The Bay Street Players...
  • In 'Dunsinane,' David Greig offers a timely play -- set in 11th century

     In 'Dunsinane,' David Greig offers a timely play -- set in 11th century
    A powerful, righteous nation makes a military excursion into a troubled, complicated, divided country, determined to bring democratic lightness where there has been factional darkness. Predictions are made that the invaders will be cheered in the...
  • Baltimore Shakespeare Factory offers 'Merchant of Venice' in the Bard's accent

    Baltimore Shakespeare Factory offers 'Merchant of Venice' in the Bard's accent
    The language of William Shakespeare is just about universally recognized for its expressive richness, but exactly how he heard it articulated on the stage, the way it sounded, is much less understood. During the past decade, though, an effort to reproduce...
  • New Medieval Castle Exhibit At Kidcity In Middletown Turns Art Into Playground

    New Medieval Castle Exhibit At Kidcity In Middletown Turns Art Into Playground
    MIDDLETOWN — The largest and most ambitious exhibit ever at Kidcity Children's Museum opened recently, bringing kids into the medieval hilltop village of "Middleshire" as its residents build a castle. The set, designed by Kidcity founder...
  • Andrean theater students win accolades

    Andrean theater students win accolades
    MERRILLVILLE — Andrean Theatre Company has had a banner year, winning accolades at a state competition and selected to represent Indiana at a national festival in Nebraska in June. Andrean High School senior Sandy Akers became acquainted with the...
  • ETHS players take on 'Hamlet'

    Evanston Township High School presents the Shakespeare tragedy "Hamlet" Feb. 12-14 in the school's Upstairs Theatre. Next year marks 400 years since William Shakespeare's death. "You think of Shakespeare as this thing that is totally outside of a...
  • This time, King Richard III will get a more regal farewell

    Furniture maker Michael Ibsen is used to clients asking for custom-made pieces such as specially designed bookshelves or doors or cupboards. But the call to construct a coffin for his royal ancestor, who was immortalized by William Shakespeare, is by...
  • Review: 'The DUFF'

    Review: 'The DUFF'
    "The DUFF" stands for "Designated Ugly Fat Friend." From that cruel acronym, we now have a movie designed to appeal to fans of the source material. Kody Keplinger wrote the book when she was 17 and a merry slave to high school clique cliches. But her...
  • The Biblioracle: Does centireading have legs?

    The Biblioracle: Does centireading have legs?
    Writing in the Guardian newspaper recently, novelist and Esquire columnist Stephen Marche extolled the virtues of "centireading." You read that correctly. He has read a book a hundred times. Two books, actually, "Hamlet," as part of his graduate...