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M. William Panek William graduated with his BFA in Theatre Direction from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Most recently, he directed The Artist's Lab at Stage 773 & the Jeff Recommended [title of show], and was the Casting Associate for Julius Caesar and Spike Heels. Chicago directing credits: A New Brain, Aloha Say the Pretty Girls, Godspell, the world premiere of To Tree, and Reefer Madness! The Musical in 2010 and its subsequent 4/20 remounts in 2011 and 2012. Cabaret: "Mary'z With a 'Z,'" "Proud at Mary's," "BPB Yearbook," & "Character Breakdown: A Miscast Cabaret." William served as an artistic associate with The Orchard Project in Hunter, NY, a production assistant for the 24-Hour Musicals at Joe's Pub, and the business management assistant at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. He can be found on Twitter @mwilliampanek.


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The Neo-Futurists Open Up for One Night Only November 12th
November 11, 2009

Ever wondered what it takes to create new work every week as an ensemble member of The Neo-Futurists? Get a first hand glimpse into their fascinating and creatively demanding world on Thursday, November 12 at 7:00PM.

'YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN' Tour Needs to Bulk Up
November 6, 2009

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN features extremely talent performers carrying an ok show on a lack-luster tour.

The Neo-Futurists Open Up for One Night Only November 12th
November 2, 2009

Ever wondered what it takes to create new work every week as an ensemble member of The Neo-Futurists? Get a first hand glimpse into their fascinating and creatively demanding world on Thursday, November 12 at 7:00PM.

James' 'IMBECILE D'AMOUR' a Beautifully Sung Showcase
October 30, 2009

Whether or not Zachary James realizes it yet, his name is in for a world of star-power draw in the upcoming months. If he decides to perform 'IMBECILE D'AMOUR' in Chicago again, it's bound to have musical theatre and vocal aficionados filling Gorilla Tango to the brim.

'THE ADDAMS FAMILY's' Zachary James Shares His 'IMBECILE D'AMOUR' Oct. 25th
October 25, 2009

Zachary James opens his one man show, IMBECILE D'AMOUR, Sunday, October 25th. Gorilla Tango Theatre will host James' performance on Sunday, October 25th at 7:00pm.

Filament's 'THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW:' Let Them Tell You a Story
October 23, 2009

Filament Theatre Ensemble picked the perfect month, performance space, & design team to present their new folk music adaptation of Washington Irving's 'THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW.'

'THE ADDAMS FAMILY's' Zachary James Shares His 'IMBECILE D'AMOUR' Oct. 25th
October 18, 2009

Zachary James opens his one man show, IMBECILE D'AMOUR, Sunday, October 25th. Gorilla Tango Theatre will host James' performance on Sunday, October 25th at 7:00pm.

Goodman's 'STOOP STORIES' a Poetic, Yet Hasty, Tour of Manhattan
September 26, 2009

STOOP STORIES, currently playing at the Goodman Theatre, is a solo performance piece definitely worth exploring, though a slightly disjointed evening awaits.

'MISTAKES WERE MADE' A Master Class in Solo(ish) Performance
September 13, 2009

Director Dexter Bullard has fashioned Craig Wright's world premiere of MISTAKES WERE MADE into a steady-paced and impeccably acted collaboration between Michael Shannon and A Red Orchid Theatre.

Cruz's 'LORCA IN A GREEN DRESS' Receives A Small Yet Focused Premiere at the Halcyon
September 5, 2009

Halcyon Theatre's LORCA IN A GREEN DRESS is a fascinating way to look at the life (and afterlife) of an artist.

'SPRING AWAKENING' Is a Rockin' Journey of Passion & Neon
August 5, 2009

With gratuitous R-rated horror films, reality programming, and mindless tweeney bopper fluff all the rage, teens and adults alike deserve to experience 'SPRING AWAKENING's' theatrically thrilling rock-based heart.

Everything Works Perfectly in 'STUDS TERKEL'S NOT WORKING'
July 23, 2009

Whether you're from Chicago, Naperville, the South Side, or the flat lands of Iowa, The Second City e.t.c.'s 33rd review is a beyond-enjoyable homage to not only Terkel's work, but to a city second to none.

'BLACKBIRD' Flies Despite Heavy Material
July 20, 2009

Victory Gardens' premiere of David Harrower's BLACKBIRD is a blunt anguished success.

'PHEDRE' Crosses the Pond...And a Few Great Lakes In Between
July 15, 2009

There was a sense of communal bonding at Steppenwolf's Downstairs space on its usually dark Monday evening. Steppenwolf Theatre Company was lucky enough to air the recent simulcast of National Theatre's production of Racine's 'Phedre' to a sold-out crowd of Greek tragedy (and British theatre) enthusiasts.



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