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Shakespeare Project Of Chicago Presents Free Performances Of MOBY DICK - REHEARSED, O Photo Shakespeare Project Of Chicago Presents Free Performances Of MOBY DICK - REHEARSED, Orson Welles's Adaptation Of Herman Melville's Novel
by Stephi Wild - Mar 15, 2019

The Shakespeare Project of Chicago presents a special production of MOBY DICK-REHEARSED, Orson Welles's adaption of Herman Melville's novel, for two performances: March 15 at the Niles-Maine District Library and March 16 at the Newberry Library. The theatrical reading is part of the Newberry's special exhibition celebrating the 200th anniversary of Melville's birth - 'Melville: Finding America at Sea.' Admission is free and registration is required at both venues.

Shakespeare Project Of Chicago Presents Free Performances Of Bloody Revenge Tragedy T Photo Shakespeare Project Of Chicago Presents Free Performances Of Bloody Revenge Tragedy TITUS ANDRONICUS
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2019

The Shakespeare Project of Chicago continues its 24th Theatrical Reading Season with free performances of Shakespeare's gory tragedy TITUS ANDRONICUS, running Jan. 11-17, 2019, at eight Chicago-area venues, including two new venues for this season in La Grange and Elmhurst.

Shakespeare Project Of Chicago Presents Free Performances Of Bloody Revenge Tragedy T Photo Shakespeare Project Of Chicago Presents Free Performances Of Bloody Revenge Tragedy TITUS ANDRONICUS
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 10, 2019

The Shakespeare Project of Chicago continues its 24th Theatrical Reading Season with free performances of Shakespeare's gory tragedy TITUS ANDRONICUS, running Jan. 11-17, 2019, at eight Chicago-area venues, including two new venues for this season in La Grange and Elmhurst.

Photo Flash: Ghosts Come to Life in Immersive KAIDEN PROJECT: WALLS GROW THIN Photo Photo Flash: Ghosts Come to Life in Immersive KAIDEN PROJECT: WALLS GROW THIN
by Julie Musbach - Oct 13, 2017

East West Players andRogue Artists Ensemble are pleased to announce the world premiere of Rogue Artist Ensemble's Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin produced in association with East West Players a multi-sensory, site-specific experience refracting ancient Japanese ghost stories through a modern, multi-cultural lens.

Cast and Creative Team Announced for Rogue Artists Ensemble's KAIDEN PROJECT Photo Cast and Creative Team Announced for Rogue Artists Ensemble's KAIDEN PROJECT
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 13, 2017

East West Players (EWP) and Rogue Artists Ensemble are pleased to announce the cast and creative team for the world premiere of Rogue Artist Ensemble's Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin produced in association with East West Players an immersive theatrical experience inspired by Japanese ghost stories. Directed by Rogue's Artistic Director Sean T. Cawelti and written by Lisa Dring and Chelsea Sutton, Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin begins performances at a secret, Mid-City six-story warehouse built in 1927 (revealed after tickets are purchased) on October 5 and runs until November 5, 2017, with opening night on October 13.

BWW Review: CVRep's DISGRACED is Expertly Presented and Topical
by Audrey Liebross - Mar 20, 2017

Coachella Valley Repertory's DISGRACED examines identity and prejudice. It is expertly performed, timely, and searing and will almost definitely leave a lasting impression on theatregoers.

Theatricum Botanicum to Present TITUS ANDRONICUS, 7/30-10/1
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 5, 2016

How should a nation choose its leaders? What happens when a government insulates itself from the citizens it once served? These are some of the questions Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum explores with its staging of Shakespeare's earliest tragedy, a sensational and brutally shocking revenge drama. Ellen Geer directs Titus Andronicus, opening July 30 on Theatricum's outdoor stage in Topanga.

BWW Review: ROMEO AND JULIET Through the Lens of the Middle East by Way of Topanga Canyon
by Ellen Dostal - Jul 5, 2016

Not even a wall can keep these lovers apart. This particular wall happens to be in modern-day East Jerusalem and as Theatricum Botanicum's production of ROMEO AND JULIET commences, chaos ignites at a checkpoint that divides Israel and Palestine. It is a city that has seen struggle for thousands of years and for one Muslim boy named Romeo and one Jewish girl named Juliet, not even their innocence can change the course of this story.

Photo Flash: ROMEO & JULIET Set in East Jerusalem at Theatricum Botanicum
by Jessica Fallon Gordon - Jun 13, 2016

Director Ellen Geer re-sets William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in East Jerusalem, kicking off the 2016 summer repertory season at Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum's outdoor amphitheater on June 11.

Theatricum Botanicum to Present ROMEO & JULIET, 6/4-10/2
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 27, 2016

Director Ellen Geer re-sets William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in East Jerusalem, kicking off the 2016 summer repertory season at Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum's outdoor amphitheater on June 4.