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   February 20, 2006

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Sherman Yellen and John Sparks Interview

Sherman Yellen and John Sparks InterviewCritic Joe Stead interviews Sherman Yellen (Book and Lyrics for "Josephine Tonight!") and John Sparks (Artistic Director for Theatre Building Chicago) and talks about their new musical "Josephine Tonight!"
Listen: (MP3) Time: 39:22

Theatre News

Theatre NewsDustin Mote brings you this week's Theatre News of the week.
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Guantanamo Review

Guantanamo ReviewOnce more Timeline Theatre proves that they mount excellent, thought-provoking theatre. Their latest, Guantanamo is a documentary style piece written from spoken interviews complete with photo slide show documentation by English writers Victoria Brittain and Gilliam Slovo focusing on five British citizens who spent 2 or more years detained and imprisoned by the United States military at Guantanamo, Cuba without due process of law.
Listen: (MP3) Time: 5:22

A Number Review

A Number ReviewNext Theatre sure lives up to their mission statement “devoted to socially provocative, artistically adventurous work” with influential British playwright Caryl Churchill’s new play, A Number. This chilling two-hander is destined to be one of the most talked about works of the year. It sure is one of the year’s best productions.
Listen: (MP3) Time: 5:46

Blind Mouth Singing Review

Blind Mouth Singing ReviewTeatro Vista Theatre With a View, the only Latino Equity theatre company in the Midwest, offers a treat for theatre patrons with Jorge Ignacio Cortinas’ Blind Mouth Singing now in a World Premiere at Chopin Theatre.
Listen: (MP3) Time: 5:56

Johnny Tremain Review

Johnny Tremain ReviewWho says history can’t be fun? Not Lifeline Theatre. Company member John Hildreth has adapted the 1943 coming-of-age novel, Johnny Tremain, by historian Esther Forbes, into a pleasant, light-hearted tale of the American Revolution set in Boston from 1773 to 1776. Peopled by the likes of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and John Hancock, Johnny Tremain (Geoff Button) is the fictional silversmith apprentice turned horse boy who helped the Sons of Liberty spy on the British military during the opening salvos of the American Revolution.
Listen: (MP3) Time: 4:13


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