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Second City director Matt Hovde had two guests onstage on a recent weekday afternoon at the UP Comedy Club, Nic Rouleau and Ben Platt — Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, respectively, from the Chicago production of “The Book of Mormon.”...
Stephen Anthony, the baby-faced star of Troika Entertainment's production of "Catch Me If You Can," will not be spending his whole career on the non-Equity touring circuit. This charming young performer has one of those light Broadway voices that offer...
Tags: FBI, Luxury Vehicles, Big Fish (movie), Music, Palace Theater
Delicately poised between children’s fable and adult reverie at once, only to become another transcendent thing altogether, “Walking the Tightrope” at 24th Street Theatre delivers the evocative, cathartic goods. In its pitch-perfect...
Tags: Philip Glass, Literature
The two worlds conjoined in the title of playwright-director Timothy McNeil’s “Machu Picchu, Texas” are metaphorically linked by constants in human experience — in particular, the enduring propensity for senseless violence. At...
Tags: Philip Glass, Stella Adler
Now that they both have landed TV series that require them to spend significant time on the West Coast, Broadway stars Sutton Foster and Andrew Rannells will be performing on stage together for the first time. Foster and Rannells are scheduled to appear...
It’s been a long f--king wait--get it? “It’s About Time”?--but “Girls” finally returned for its season 2 premiere this week. So what’s happening? In short, Hannah tries to distance herself romantically from...
The second season of "Girls" premieres Sunday on HBO and one can only hope that it will be allowed to do so without too much obsessive talk about creator-star Lena Dunham's penchant for nudity. Which is almost immediately on display, to be sure —...
Aspiring cultural critics of the world, get those pitches ready: "Girls," the show that inspired a thousand think pieces, is back. Created by and starring Lena Dunham, a Manhattan native who shot her first feature film, "Tiny Furniture," fresh out of...
As the youngest of the Mormon elders in "The Book of Mormon," Arnold Cunningham is a case study in well-meaning ineptitude and comic confabulations that hybridize Mormon theology with geek-culture signifiers from "Star Wars" and "Lord of the Rings"...
Tribune reporterWe spoke with three actors in the Chicago company of “The Book of Mormon,” now at the Bank of America Theatre. James Vincent Meredith as Mafala Hatimbi James Vincent Meredith is the ranking Chicagoan in the cast, a longtime Chicago stage...
Channel Guide MagazineUpdated Nov. 20, 2012, 4:07pm CT ‘Tis the season when people's minds start turning toward the holidays! And during this stretch from Thanksgiving to New Year's, and everything in between, besides eating, shopping and making merry, another thing that...
When Joseph Smith Jr. published The Book of Mormon in 1830, he likely wasn't expecting that an outrageously profane musical that purloined his golden title would dominate the 2011 Tony Awards. Then again, he probably wasn't anticipating "South Park"...
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