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Tribune criticIf you'd told me in 1997 that -- ten years later -- I'd be back at a packed-to-the-gills Briar Street Theatre watching a mute but weirdly expressive trio of cobalt dudes drumming and splattering, I'd have said you'd ingested too much blue paint. Back...
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Tribune arts criticLookingglass Theatre Company made its name and deserved reputation by doing physical theater, especially intensely acrobatic stagings of classic texts. But there's a difference — a world of difference —between legitimate actors who studied movement in...
Tags: Circuses, Water Tower, Music Theater, Cirque du Soleil, Theater
Zap2It.comIt occurred to me the other day that "Prison Break" could end with, you know, everybody dying. After all, death becomes this show. Sure, "24" started the trend of no one is safe (opening credits be dammed), but "Prison Break" has taken it to a whole...
Zap2It.comThe original plan at NBC this season was for "Scrubs" to join the schedule in January, just as it did last season. Then the season actually started, and pretty soon that plan headed out the window, which meant the show was ticketed for a late-fall...
Reality CheckTonight's American Idol will have the Top 8 singing songs from the year they were born. This pretty much makes it '80s night, except for Allison Iraheta, who was born in 1992. Last week's theme was similarly wide open, and......
Times Staff WriterA few years ago, when a friend offered 15-year-old Evan Collins a compact disc of illegally downloaded music, Collins turned him down flat. "Me and my parents used to download music for free," said Collins, who lives in Bloomington, Minn. "But we decided...
Tags: Trials, Gaming, Technology, MySpace, Movies
Meet the Metromix team Learn more about Pogo, Summer, Jackie and Marcus and see what we're covering this week on "metromix." The all-new program airs weeknights at 7 p.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and midnight. CLTV is the only place to get this inside look at...
Chicago TribuneSince opening a spa with heated marble floors and buttery leather furniture last month, the 61-room Herrington Inn in Geneva has sold about 1,000 gift certificates to the inn's pampering provider. Of those, Sherie McGowan bought five as Christmas gifts...
Tribune arts reporterWith the exception of the anachronistic Flintstones, cave men generally have proved resistant to show business. Grunts, sticks, loincloths, roasting beasts and the mores of a prelinguistic society don't typically translate into drama of Shakespearean...
Tribune arts criticYou really need a kid to go "Cookin'." The little shrimp in the row behind me at this slapstick Korean-originating theatrical entertainment spent the entire 90 minutes emitting the kind of rolling guffaws that come when someone officially sanctions...
Special to the TribuneA few weeks back during a rehearsal for "500 Clown Frankenstein," Adrian Danzig was perched seven feet in the air, balanced on the lip of an unusual prop table, trying to figure out a way to fall to the ground without getting hurt. The troupe was prepping...
Maine College of ArtAn Illustration Major at the Maine College of Art, Katie has spent the last three years pursuing art in all its forms within the world. She spent the last year applying her illustration and comic work to Community Service and Activism, and is currently...
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