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  • Liveliness of 'Midsummer' gets it halfway there

    Liveliness of 'Midsummer' gets it halfway there
    THEATER REVIEW: "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier ★★½ ... For sure, "Midsummer" is a comedy involving Puck, star-crossed lovers and fairies with names like Peaseblossom and Cobweb. We known that things will work out in the end.
  • 'Rock of Ages' to sit at the Broadway Playhouse for much of summer

    'Rock of Ages' to sit at the Broadway Playhouse for much of summer
    "Rock of Ages," the touring musical celebrating the rockers and headbangers of the 1980s, will sit down at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place for most of the summer, Broadway in Chicago said Tuesday. The dates for the nine-week engagement at...

    Somebody cheapened the '80s in this touring 'Rock of Ages'

    Somebody cheapened the '80s in this touring 'Rock of Ages'
    Rock 'n' roll may be forever, but the same cannot, alas, be said of the touring cast of "Rock of Ages." It has been barely a year since this irreverent jukebox tribute to Journey, Pat Benatar, Whitesnake and those other self-effacing bands of the...

    Presto! The fun disappears from 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' ★ 1/2

    Presto! The fun disappears from 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' ★ 1/2
    Steve Carell. Steve Buscemi. Jim Carrey. Alan Arkin. James Gandolfini. Olivia Wilde. Good start, right? But the more you like the performers featured in "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," the harder it is to sit back, relax and enjoy. The comedy about...

    All Hyde, all night in this over-the-top pre-Broadway revival

    All Hyde, all night in this over-the-top pre-Broadway revival
    Frank Wildhorn's "Jekyll & Hyde" was never a subtle night of theater — more of a guilty, sexy pleasure, really, with high-wattage, hook-heavy power ballads that might not have had much of a connection to Robert Louis Stevenson's London (oh no),...