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Five Facts About the 89th Annual Academy Awards

Five Facts About the 89th Annual Academy Awards

By Sandy Cohen |
Five facts about Sunday's 89th Annual Academy Awards.

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Trump Parody Musical Raises Funds for the ACLU

Trump Parody Musical Raises Funds for the ACLU

Feb 27
Charles Osborne's "Trumped-Up Birthday Fever Dream: And Other Alternative Facts," a new musical, will premiere Wednesday March 1 at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York City, in a one-night only event to raise money for the ACLU.

 Review :: Jesus the Jew, As Told By His Brother James
Chicago, IL

Review :: Jesus the Jew, As Told By His Brother James

By Christine Malcom | Feb 27
Playwright William Spatz stages his one-man show "Jesus the Jew: As Told by His Brother James" at The Greenhouse Theater Center's Downstairs Mainstage.

Obama Returns to Broadway to See Arthur Miller's 'The Price'

Obama Returns to Broadway to See Arthur Miller's 'The Price'

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 25
The Obamas just can't quit Broadway.

 Review :: The Honey Trap

Review :: The Honey Trap

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 24
Potent and well-honed, "The Honey Trap" is among Boston Playwrights' Theater's best productions.

 Review :: Sunday in the Park with George

Review :: Sunday in the Park with George

By Bobby McGuire | Feb 24
Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford star in Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's eternal musical about art, artists, love and creative passion.

 Review :: Squeeze My Cans
Chicago, IL

Review :: Squeeze My Cans

By Louise Adams | Feb 23
Cathy Schenkelberg adds her own narrative to the recent repudiation of Scientology in the remount of her rapid-fire, intimate, informative, mind-boggling and poignant solo exploration "Squeeze My Cans."

 Review :: Uncle Vanya
Chicago, IL

Review :: Uncle Vanya

By Beth Dugan | Feb 22
Goodman Theatre Artistic Director Robert Falls marks his 30th anniversary season with a Chicago premiere of Pulitzer Prize winning Annie Baker's adaptation of "Uncle Vanya."

 Review :: Straight White Men
Chicago, IL

Review :: Straight White Men

By Beth Dugan | Feb 21
Written and directed by Young Jean Lee, the Chicago premiere of "Straight White Men" runs through March 26 at Steppenwolf.

 Review :: Monster
Chicago, IL

Review :: Monster

By Christine Malcom | Feb 21
For the second production of its 2016-2017 Steppenwolf for Young Adults season, the company collaborates with Storycatchers Theatre to present the world premiere adaptation of Walter Dean Myers' acclaimed young adult novel, "Monster."

 Review :: Sunset Boulevard

Review :: Sunset Boulevard

By Bobby McGuire | Feb 19
"Sunset Boulevard" is big. It's the musicals that got small.

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