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FOX40 News"Something just wasn't right. I didn't feel good about him," Salvation Army Capt. Jonathan Harvey said. It's a feeling that eventually led to the arrest of 47-year-old Maurice Van Buren of Vacaville, for posing as a Salvation Army bell ringer and...
Before they crack a textbook or enter a school's doors, most public high school students in Chicago have already taken their first test of the day. To make it to school, students crisscross streets carved up by gangs, board buses at chaotic stops and...
Tribune arts criticMichael Matthews is the best Chicago director of whom you've never heard. Whenever this fellow takes the helm at the Circle Theatre of Forest Park, this spectacularly uneven troupe raises its game so dramatically, you wonder if you somehow took a wrong...
Special to the Tribunehttp://entertainment.metromix.chicagotribune.com This fall we're getting right down to the theatrical goods. Ask Chicago theater lovers why they don't get out to a show more often and they'll usually tell you that it's tough to make the right choices...
The press release for "Dope" reads like a classified government memo; selected passages are blacked out, and scrawled margin notes warn critics that certain information is on a strictly "need to know" basis. That kind of mockery fits the purpose of the...
Special to the TribunePhilip Glass and Mary Zimmerman recently combined their disparate forces in Goodman Theatre's "Galileo Galilei." Another potentially electric fusion, "Movin' Out," opens to the press Friday. This new Broadway-bound musical fuses the talents of pop...
Philip Glass and Mary Zimmerman recently combined their disparate forces in Goodman Theatre's "Galileo Galilei." Another potentially electric fusion, "Movin' Out," opens to the press Friday. This new Broadway-bound musical fuses the talents of pop...
Special to the TribuneProfiles Theatre, a rough, gutsy and long-established storefront on the North Side, is one of the few off-Loop theaters to have perfected the art of the long run. Though most similar troupes hate to divert from a full season of dramatic offerings,...
Tags: Neil LaBute, Theater, Dog (animal), London Theatre, David Mamet
Theatre on the Lake has announced its lineup for the 2002 summer season. This year's nine-week slate opens with "All the Stage is a World," a theater-skewering revue by The Second City. The Hypocrites production of Frederico Garcia Lorca's "Blood...
Tribune arts reporterAh, how fleeting is the innocence of youth! When Matt Stinton and Michael Moran appeared in the memorable 1998 Famous Door Theatre Company production of "Beautiful Thing," this pair of skilled and guileless young actors effortlessly and exquisitely...
Tags: Cass Elliot, Celebrities, England
Tribune chief critic"Hushabye Mountain," in Jonathan Harvey's curious play, is heaven, a place of twinkling stars and dead gay icons. Here, in a cloud of fog, Danny arrives, waiting on the threshold to see if he can gain admittance to the promised land. We see him there...
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