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  • 'Glengarry Glen Ross,' with Al Pacino, recoups investment

    The Broadway season has not been kind to David Mamet. The playwright has seen his new drama "The Anarchist" close after less than a month while a highly touted revival of "Glengarry Glen Ross," starring Al Pacino, has earned unenthusiastic reviews....
  • Meet the cast of Chicago's 'Book of Mormon'

    We spoke with three actors in the Chicago company of “The Book of Mormon,” now at the Bank of America Theatre. James Vincent Meredith as Mafala Hatimbi James Vincent Meredith is the ranking Chicagoan in the cast, a longtime Chicago stage...
  • Christopher Durang, Bobby Lopez To Join In Cole Porter Event At Yale

    Christopher Durang, Bobby Lopez To Join In Cole Porter Event At Yale
    Playwright Christopher Durang and director Bobby Lopez will be among those participating in an all-Yale concert presentation of Cole Porter's "Kiss me Kate," celebrating Porter's centennial of his graduation from Yale University in New Haven in 2013....
  • 'Book of Mormon' rakes in $1.493 million

    'Book of Mormon' rakes in $1.493 million
    "The Book of Mormon" pulled down a whopping $1,493,961 in its first full week of sold-out performances at the Bank of America Theatre, breaking the house record for that Loop venue. That means "Book of Mormon" raked in more cash than "Jersey Boys"...
  • 'Faith Healer': An intimate, matured return

    'Faith Healer': An intimate, matured return
    The last time the trio of Si Osborne, Lia D. Mortensen and Brad Armacost performed Brian Friel's "Faith Healer" in Chicago, they all were 18 years younger and working in a short-lived venue, the Turnaround Theatre, named, with a note of optimism, for...
  • Forbidden Broadway takes a bite out of Big Apple musicals

    Forbidden Broadway takes a bite out of Big Apple musicals
    “Forbidden Broadway” is fond of bringing funny to South Florida. The revue that has been parodying Broadway musical since 1982 is landing twice here: Dec. 26-31 at Kravis Center in West Palm Beach and Jan. 4-5 at Aventura Arts & Cultural...
  • Amid the seasonal shows, the surprise of 'Glass Menagerie'

    Amid the seasonal shows, the surprise of 'Glass Menagerie'
    Most years, the last full week before Christmas is quiet — the best-of-the-year lists are already done, and the holiday perennials are up and running. Steppenwolf, which is not about to program "The Gift of the Magi," sometimes opens a defiantly...
  • Canadian couple drive modern twist on Moliere farce

    Canadian couple drive modern twist on Moliere farce
    'Tis the season for sucking up at company holiday parties — or, as Frank, the central character in David Ives' "The School for Lies" would put it, this is prime time, baby, for "two-faced pestilential etiquette." Perchance you indulged in a little...
  • Grammys 2013: 'Once,' 'Follies' nominated for musical theater album

    "Once" is once again in the awards spotlight. The original cast recording for the popular Broadway show is among the Grammy nominees this year in the category of musical theater albums. The show features songs by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, the...
  • Mormon underwear is showing

    The presidential campaign has placed a spotlight on the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. “The Book of Mormon” musical is pushing the religion to the forefront of pop culture. And with Ann Romney’s recent appearance on...
  • Man About Town: 'Mormon' fails to make a convert

    I’d wanted to take an actual Mormon to see “The Book of Mormon,” but the closest I could come was the lovely and patient older daughter — so well scrubbed and shimmery that she looked like an Irish coin. “Come on, Coin,...