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No Ordinary 'Sunday' at Signature

By Brian Scott Lipton | Jul 31
Matthew Gardiner, the associate director of Virginia's Signature Theatre, had never met Broadway star Claybourne Elder before the actor came to audition for the company's upcoming production of "Sunday in the Park with George."

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Theatre Reviews

An Octoroon

By Marcus Scott | May 4
Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins joins the masterful ranks of Lydia R. Diamond, Tarrell Alvin McCraney and Katori Hall with his subversive "An Octoroon" at Soho Rep.

Suli Holum performance is delivered in intimate HD in ArtEmerson’s "The Wholehearted"

The Wholehearted

By Michael Cox | Apr 24
Stein/Holum Project brings the power of the close-up to the Arts Emerson Jackie Liebergott Black Box in "The Wholehearted." Staged in an intimate setting, it uses video projection to bring the audience closer to Suli Holum’s nuanced performance.

From "Not by Bread Alone" at ArtsEmerson

Not by Bread Alone

By Michael Cox | Apr 4
With their production of "Not by Bread Alone," Tel Aviv’s Nalaga’at Deaf-Blind Acting Ensemble prperiences are valuable and necessary.

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Theatre Features

(Clockwise from top left) Alissa Cordeiro, Meredith Saran, Laurie Singletary, and Alisha Jansky.

The 'Wonder' Women

By Michael Cox | Jul 31
The talented group of women in Titanic Theatre Company's production of David Lindsay-Abaire's 'Wonder of the World' struggle to stand apart and make art in a market where the rolls are limited and the competition is stiff.

LezFest Producer Libby Lane

LezFest Chicago Motivates Community for Women's Words Weekend

By Winnie McCroy | Jul 23
On July 28, Pride Films and Plays presents "LezFest: A One Night Fling," a celebration in words, songs, music and theater at Mary's Attic. Join PFP for an evening all about ladies who love ladies who are artists.

Christopher Henley and Jay Hardee

Christopher Henley and Jay Hardee Juggle Their Twin Roles in Theater and at Home

By Doug Rule | Jul 20
"I asked Christopher out on a date the day before we went to Poland," Jay Hardee says. "And it went well, and then Poland was very romantic. Our cast mates dubbed us the 'Make Out Boys.' "

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