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Matthew Lopez' play, at Northlight Theatre, finds rich symbolism in the unusual juxtaposition of the Jewish faith and the American Civil War. It examines the relationship between slaves and people whose ancestors were slaves.
Arts, Holiday Guide
We've got not one, but four contests: Best Classic Carol, Best Rock Carol, Best Religious Carol and Most Annoying Carol. Are your favorites on the list?
Sports, Arts, Local Connections, Awareness
In a new e-book that will captivate Cubs fans, a Morton Grove sportswriter riffs on 10 key decisions in Cubs history, and how they could have turned out differently. Read this excerpt, which has Ray Kroc buying the team in 1973 and making it a winner.
Because this show takes such an unflinching look at things we fear, and lets the power of love transcend them, it achieves heights that are all the more joyous.
Scott Parkinson in the title role provides the spark that makes this production sizzle with energy. The play runs through Nov. 11 at Writer's Theatre in Glencoe.
Petite Opera Productions employs large-scale puppets, graceful dancers and some fine voices in a well-conceived production.
The singing, music, dancing and most of the acting hit high notes.
Northlight Theatre cast milks the comedy in British farce.
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