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Daily Archives: April 12, 2016

Remy Bumppo’s ‘Life of Galileo’ a Rich, Vibrant Embrace of Truth

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Life of Galileo – Remy Bumppo Theatre 

 

It a very interesting experiencing, watching Bertolt Brecth’s ‘Life of Galileo’ on an American stage. A highly detailed,

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Where the Mundane Becomes Miraculous

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The Adding Machine – The Hypocrites

 

The humdrum, day-to-day existence of a man who’s spent 25 years doing the same, boring job, lovelessly married to

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A Child’s Guide to Civil Rights

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Jabari Dreams of Freedom – Chicago Children’s Theatre

 

Listening to the evening news can be more frightening for a child than reading any of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps novels.

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