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The Three Musketeers (movie, 2011)

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  • Il Cinema Ritrovato: Cinematic Treasures Lost and Found, Back on the Bigscreen

    A large crowd queues impatiently outside the cinema and, when the doors open, rushes in. In an instant, every available seat is taken. Toward the back of the auditorium, a dispute breaks out between two passholders over who was there first. It's a...
  • Universal Studios taps 'Dracula Untold' for Halloween Horror Nights

    Universal Studios taps 'Dracula Untold' for Halloween Horror Nights
    Universal Studios will sink its teeth into the upcoming movie "Dracual Untold" at the 2014 edition of Halloween Horror Nights. The theme park announced Thursday that the movie, which debuts Oct. 17, will be the basis for a haunted house at the event,...
  • Richard Lester will be honored by L.A. Film Critics Assn.

    Richard Lester will be honored by L.A. Film Critics Assn.
    Richard Lester changed the cinematic language of the movie musical with his off-the-wall comic sensibilities and frenetic visual style in the Beatles' 1964's "A Hard Day's Night" and 1965's "Help!" even winning an MTV Music Award two decades later...
  • 'The Three Musketeers' at Lifeline Theatre ★★

    'The Three Musketeers' at Lifeline Theatre ★★½
    Before you can mouth "all for one and one for all," the blades start flying in Lifeline Theatre's modern-dress, school's-out-for-summer adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' "The Three Musketeers." With a wild set from Alan Donahue that resembles a high-tech...
  • Specializing in the outdoors: It's summer at the Morton Arboretum

    Specializing in the outdoors: It's summer at the Morton Arboretum
    When people talk about the Morton Arboretum, the too easily overlooked west suburban woodland preserve and living laboratory, summer is not the first season that falls from their tongues or springs to their minds. Autumn and its opportunity to walk,...
  • Outdoor theater season is yet young

    Outdoor theater season is yet young
    For some, it just isn't a complete summer without hearing the words of the Bard spoken into the warm nighttime air — or just a few outdoor lines of Roald Dahl down by the bugs. Fear not, grass-sitting theater-goers, the outdoor season is still in...
  • 'Reign' hopes to seduce teens with its tales of Mary Queen of Scots

    'Reign' hopes to seduce teens with its tales of Mary Queen of Scots
    Royals are all the rage, with Kate, William and baby George splashed across the international media, and the CW network hopes American teens are ready for their own blue-blooded story about kings, queens and dynasties. But will the genre-loving target...
  • Chicago theater openings for June 7-13

    Monday "The Three Musketeers": All for one and one for all in this original adaptation of the classic swashbuckling tale. Through July 21 at Lifeline Theatre, 6912 N. Glenwood Ave.; $40 at 773-761-4477 and lifelinetheatre.com Tuesday "West Side...
  • Blue Men wanted: Auditioning for Chicago's 'Blue Man Group'

    Blue Men wanted: Auditioning for Chicago's 'Blue Man Group'
    It's not easy becoming blue. It's pretty easy to be sad. It's a piece of cake to paint your face cerulean or powder or some other sky or sea shade. But actually becoming a Blue Man? That's a multipart challenge, sort of a decathlon of acting, or, perhaps,...
  • Roles in a long-term romance

    Roles in a long-term romance
    Stephen Schellhardt remembers the first time he saw Devin DeSantis on the Northwestern University campus in the summer of 2004. Stephen, a theater major from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, was an instructor in the Cherub summer theater...
  • Bob Anderson dies at 89; sword-fight teacher to the stars

    Bob Anderson dies at 89; sword-fight teacher to the stars
    Ten days before Bob Anderson headed to the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki as part of the British fencing team, he responded to a call from a British film studio in need of three fencers to coach the lead actors for sword-fighting scenes in a new pirate...