Articles by Robin Kuss

One Year Later Review - Film Expresses the many Emotions of a Cancer Survivor

One Year Later Review - Film Expresses the many Emotions of a Cancer Survivor Ovarian cancer survivor Lucia Mauro's special film "One Year Later" gives us a glimpse of what is means and feels to survive cancer

King Charles III Review - A Fascinating Glimpse into Great Britain's alt future

King Charles III Review - A Fascinating Glimpse into Great Britain's alt future King Charles III offers a fascinating glimpse into the near future of Great Britain sans Queen Elizabeth where royalty and its place in that society is questioned

The Magic Parlour -- astounding feats of magic

The Magic Parlour -- astounding feats of magic The Magic Parlour evening of magic at the Palmer House in Chicago to sure to amaze and delight all those who are looking for a unique experience. How does Dennis Watkins do what he does?

Game of Thrones: The Musical Parody Review - Naughty and Epic

Game of Thrones: The Musical Parody Review - Naughty and Epic Game of Thrones: The Musical Parody is a hilarious and raunchy view into the many seasons of the beloved and bloody television show as played by a group avid fans to their ignorant friend

Chicago Premiere of Naperville Review - A Slice of Caffeinated Life

Chicago Premiere of Naperville Review - A Slice of Caffeinated Life Theater Wit's Chicago premiere of Naperville enthralls us with the hopes and dreams of regulars at a suburban coffee shop

Windy City Smokeout Review - All Things Country and BBQ

Windy City Smokeout Review - All Things Country and BBQ The Windy City Smokeout held at Grand Avenue and the Chicago River in Chicago delivered three days of great BBQ, beer and bourbon, and a large variety of country acts.

Naperville Ribfest Highlights – Great Ribs, Great Cause

Naperville Ribfest Highlights – Great Ribs, Great Cause Naperville’s 28th annual Ribfest brought out the crowd for mouth-watering ribs, cold beer, and all-day music over a gorgeous July 4th weekend

Drury Lane’s Beaches Review – Carry a pack of tissues

Drury Lane’s Beaches Review – Carry a pack of tissues Drury Lane’s fine presentation pre-Broadway Chicago premiere of Beaches shows us the real meaning of friendship and reminds us to cherish the moments

Stop. Reset. Review - Embrace the Future to Thrive and Survive?

Stop. Reset. Review - Embrace the Future to Thrive and Survive? Stop. Reset. provides an enthralling and disturbing view into what it means to bring an old institution into the new world of social media and instant information

Chalk Review - Hope at the End of the World

Chalk Review - Hope at the End of the World Chalk, at the Victory Gardens Theatre, examines the difficult relationship between a mother and daughter as the end of the world is upon them

Sense and Sensibility Review – Beautiful Music and Deep Emotion

Sense and Sensibility Review – Beautiful Music and Deep Emotion Chicago Shakespeare Theater's world premiere production of Sense and Sensibility, taken from the Jane Austen classic, is fraught with love, despair, and beautiful music

Look, We are Breathing - determining one life's impact

Look, We are Breathing - determining one life's impact Rivendell Theatre Ensemble's world premiere of Look, We are Breathing is an insightful and gripping look into the impact of one dead young man's life on the people connected to him

Love, Loss, and What I Wore Review – The Poignant Wardrobe of our Lives

Love, Loss, and What I Wore Review – The Poignant Wardrobe of our Lives Delia and Nora Ephron's Love, Loss and What I Wore playing at First Folio Theatre in Oak Brook is an energetically funny look at women's lives through the clothing they wore

For the Record Presents Dear John Hughes –80s Teens, Live and Fresh

For the Record Presents Dear John Hughes –80s Teens, Live and Fresh For the Record Presents Dear John Hughes presents an energetic musical view into the 1980s teen world of writer/director John Hughes

The Book of Merman Review - Catchy, Clever, and Poignant

The Book of Merman Review - Catchy, Clever, and Poignant The Book of Merman at the Apollo Theatre delivers laughter and maybe some tears as two men find Ethel Merman and themselves while on their own mission

Laughter on the 23rd Floor Review -- Comedy with a Dark Edge

Laughter on the 23rd Floor Review -- Comedy with a Dark Edge First Folio Theatre's presentation of Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor gives an entertaining and thought-provoking view into the world of comedy writing set in the 1950's where television is new and McCarthyism is at the forefront

Le Meridien Chicago Oak Brook Review - Sleek, Cool, Comfortable

Le Meridien Chicago Oak Brook Review - Sleek, Cool, Comfortable The Le Meridien Chicago-Oak Brook is a modern and sleek entry into the upscale hotel market in Chicago's western suburbs

West Side Story Review - Heartbreakingly Relevent

West Side Story Review - Heartbreakingly Relevent Drury Lane's production of West Side Story brings to life star-crossed lovers in the midst of rival gangs fighting for imaginary turf

Chicago Festival Ballet Nutcracker Review - A Plum of a Production

Chicago Festival Ballet Nutcracker Review - A Plum of a Production Ken Von Heidecke's Chicago Festival Ballet production of The Nutcracker was a professional and enthralling way to get into the holiday spirit.

Danu Review - A Christmas in Irish

Danu Review - A Christmas in Irish The Irish group Danú presents a heartwarming and energetic program A Christmas Gathering: Féile Na Nollag at the MAC on the campus of College of DuPage, joined by the McNulty Irish Dancers

Camelot Review - A Most Congenial Production

Camelot Review - A Most Congenial Production Camelot, now playing at Drury Lane in Oak Brook is a terrific new production that delights all these senses with nuanced staging, lush costumes, and veteran performers

El Tapeo Review - Spanish Tapas Ups the Game in Oak Brook

El Tapeo Review - Spanish Tapas Ups the Game in Oak Brook El Tapeo delights the tastebuds with tapas small plates and fine Spanish offerings at the Le Meridien Hotel in Oak Brook.

Tosca Review - Hits All the High Notes

Tosca Review - Hits All the High Notes The MAC at the College of DuPage dishes up a fine presentation of the opera Tosca with Karen Slack singing the lead role.

The Game's Afoot Review - Funny Shades of Sherlock

The Game's Afoot Review - Funny Shades of Sherlock Drury Lane's production of The Game's Afoot by Ken Ludwig is a funny and engaging mystery with shades of Sherlock Holmes.

Lady Antebellum at River Edge Park Review – Lady A Rocks the Fox

Lady Antebellum at River Edge Park Review – Lady A Rocks the Fox Country group Lady Antebellum rocked the River Edge park in Aurora this month. Both the venue and the band are worth checking out in the future.

The Merry Wives of Windsor Review - Grand Production, Great Venue

The Merry Wives of Windsor Review - Grand Production, Great Venue The Merry Wives of Windsor is playing at Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook. The hilarious production is made even better by the venue - nature, Shakepeare, maybe a glass of wine. Even with a rainout, it's a winner

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Review - Spells A Great Time

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Review - Spells A Great Time The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee playing at Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace is a thoroughly entertaining musical that centers on a group of quirky kids vying for the chance to go to the national spelling bee in Washington, D.C.

Lady Jane's Salon Review - Smooth Chocolate and Hot Romance

Lady Jane's Salon Review - Smooth Chocolate and Hot Romance Lady's Jane's Salon is a romance reading salon, which meets in the loft of Le Chocolat du Buchard in Naperville. Enjoy high quality reads from romance and other authors along with delicious chocolate concoctions

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