Articles by Amy Munice

Goodman’s “Happiest Song Plays Last” Review—Perfect for All Longing for More Latin Flavor on Chicago’s Stages

Goodman’s “Happiest Song Plays Last” Review—Perfect for All Longing for More Latin Flavor on Chicago’s Stages "The Happiest Song Plays Last" fills the void for those longing for more genuine Latino voices on Chicago's stages

The Feminist Show at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art Review - Experience the Vulnerability of Being Clothed

The Feminist Show at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art Review - Experience the Vulnerability of Being Clothed The Feminist Show at MCA--the tribe of Divas and their energies is what carries the show

“HAIR, the American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” Review - Let the Sun Shine In

“HAIR, the American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” Review - Let the Sun Shine In What Wilmette’s Actors Training Center Repertory Company teaches us most is that the value of teaching via art is priceless

Classical Mondays Chicago Opera Theater Review – Bringing Poulenc to Life

Classical Mondays Chicago Opera Theater Review – Bringing Poulenc to Life we met eight young artists on their trajectory of operatic brilliance in beautiful Preston Bradley Hall of the Chicago Cultural Center

"Catch Me if You Can" Review - You'll be Thoroughly Entertained

"Catch Me if You Can" Review - You'll be Thoroughly Entertained We are so charmed by the singing, dancing a la Busby Berkeley in “Catch Me if You Can” that it is only later that we might ponder if the very subject matter of the story doesn’t quite lend itself to a musical comedy format

In a Garden Review--Another Perfectly Crafted Red Orchid Gem

In a Garden Review--Another Perfectly Crafted Red Orchid Gem The soul restoration of a fragrant lemon grove lets the characters “In a Garden” speak wistfully of their common humanity. The tragedy that so little is truly shared is what will keep you mulling upon this exquisite Red Orchid production.

Sneak Preview -The Inimitable “Pope of Trash” Returns to Harris Theater for one Night Only

Sneak Preview -The Inimitable “Pope of Trash” Returns to Harris Theater for one Night Only Mark your calendar for a special night when John Waters' “This Filthy World” comes to the Harris Theatre for Music and Dance on May 21, 2013

Drury Lane’s Oliver Review - Middle Schoolers' easy-to-digest Dickens Treat

 Drury Lane’s Oliver Review - Middle Schoolers' easy-to-digest  Dickens Treat If you want to inspire children to enjoy theater for their lifetime you can do no better than enthralling them with top notch performance by chronological peers in Drury Lane's "Oliver"

Ann James Interview - A Renaissance Woman—also known as the force bringing Shakespeare to Chicago’s schools…

Ann James Interview - A Renaissance Woman—also known as the force bringing Shakespeare to Chicago’s schools… ..graduating from Smith College and thinking ahead to her Yale Divinity degree, it’s unlikely her thoughts went to the day when she would spellbind audiences wearing a combination Fredericks of Hollywood teaser with prosthetic hook arms...

Review: Sideshow Theater’s “Maria/Stuart” - Laughing All the Way Until…

Review:  Sideshow Theater’s “Maria/Stuart” - Laughing All the Way Until… Comic tragedy is a difficult genre to master---Sideshow Theatre's "Maria/Stuart" has done just that

Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert, April 3, 2013 Review —Benjamin Lash on Cello and Matthew Hagle on Piano

Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert, April 3, 2013 Review —Benjamin Lash on Cello and Matthew Hagle on Piano Taking the chill off an unseasonably cold April noon today at the Cultural Center’s stunning Preston Bradley Hall proved yet another one of Chicago’s memorable music moments--- Benjamin Lash on Cello and Matthew Hagle on Piano

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