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Churchill

Churchill
The Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N Lincoln Avenue Chicago

Based on Winston Churchill's own writings, Ronald Keaton's one-man show finds the former British prime minister chafing under forced retirement after a shocking loss in the post-World War II election. But when President Harry Truman invites him to speak in.... Read More

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All Our Tragic

Tragic Repasts: Feeding the Audiences at All Our Tragic

Though the tradition dates from antiquity, for modern audiences, it all started in 1980 with the Royal Shakespeare Company's eight-and-a-half-hour Nicholas Nickleby, a sprawling adaptation of the Charles Dickens novel that launched a fashion for.... Read More
Intimate Apparel Eclipse Theatre Company

Stitchery Ex Machina: Old-Fashioned Sewing in Intimate Apparel

It commands the stage picture, positioned firmly downstage center where you can't miss it—an iron-filigree, treadle-propelled Singer sewing machine of the sort nowadays most often found in rural attics, disabled and rusted-out, useful only as.... Read More