Articles by Jessie Bond

Eurydice Review - A Beautiful and Haunting Modern Greek Myth

Eurydice Review - A Beautiful and Haunting Modern Greek Myth Eloquent, haunting, and heartbreaking, Eurydice meditates on death, memory, loss, love, and nostalgia in one beautiful ninety-minute story

What of the Night? Review - Stories of Sex, Power, and Poverty

What of the Night? Review - Stories of Sex, Power, and Poverty Complex and tragic, What of the Night? is an interesting if somewhat bizarre piece of theatre

30th Young Playwrights Festival Review - Highlighting High School Creativity

30th Young Playwrights Festival Review - Highlighting High School Creativity Funny, intelligent, and moving, these short plays prove that young people deserve to have a platform and a voice in our culture, which so often unfairly dismisses them

The Weir Review - Haunting Tales of Ghosts and Faeries

The Weir Review - Haunting Tales of Ghosts and Faeries Exploring the themes of community, loss, and the supernatural, The Weir is a well-woven text produced well, if not excellently

Kiss Kiss Cabaret Holiday Spectacular Review - Naughty and Nice All in One

Kiss Kiss Cabaret Holiday Spectacular Review - Naughty and Nice All in One   This holiday season, Kiss Kiss Cabaret presents their annual Holiday Spectacular, which adds a special seasonal twist to its rotating menu of variety acts

That's Weird Grandma Review - Kids' Weird, Wonderful Take on the Holidays

That's Weird Grandma Review - Kids' Weird, Wonderful Take on the Holidays Written by students and adapted and performed by adults, the stories of That's Weird, Grandma gleefully embrace absurdity, melodrama, and the delightful minds of children to create a funny and irreverent show

A Christmas Carol Review - Timeless Holiday Magic

A Christmas Carol Review - Timeless Holiday Magic   Once again, powerhouse acting, magnificent special effects, and brilliant direction infuse Chicago with a sense of joy, delight, and generosity

Cinderella at the Theatre of Potatoes Review - A Colorful Take on a Classic Tale

Cinderella at the Theatre of Potatoes Review - A Colorful Take on a Classic Tale Colorful and irreverent, this musical retelling of the story of Cinderella might not be the most impressive version of the tale, but it is certainly entertaining

[Trans]formation Review - Beauty, Bravery, and the Naked Truth

[Trans]formation Review - Beauty, Bravery, and the Naked Truth [Trans]formation offers a unique perspective on gender and the people who, finding that they don’t fit into a binary box, seek to forge a new path for themselves instead

I Am My Own Wife Review - Trans History Resonates Across Time

I Am My Own Wife Review - Trans History Resonates Across Time This story of a remarkable woman reaches from the past to speak to the issues of today

Betrayal Review - Emphasizing Women’s Perspectives

Betrayal Review - Emphasizing Women’s Perspectives With powerful acting and simple but effective design work, Shouse’s production brings Pinter’s brilliant play to vivid, compelling life

Election Day De-Stressors Roundup - Take a Break from the Political Madness

Election Day De-Stressors Roundup - Take a Break from the Political Madness With the presidential election looming around the corner, we are rounding up the best de-stressors and must-do’s that will provide you with some relaxation

Resolution Review - A Queer Vintage Thriller for the Modern Era

Resolution Review - A Queer Vintage Thriller for the Modern Era With sweet, endearing characters and high-stakes plot, Resolution tackles gender and queerness from a fascinating and unconventional perspective

Zombie Broads Review - An Unexpected Take on the Undead

Zombie Broads Review - An Unexpected Take on the Undead Wacky, action-packed, and occasionally heartfelt, this monstrous new comedy offers lots of entertainment without much substance

Peek-A-Boo at Kiss Kiss Cabaret Review - A Spooky, Sexy Show

Peek-A-Boo at Kiss Kiss Cabaret Review - A Spooky, Sexy Show Featuring a rotating lineup of burlesque performers and variety acts every Friday and Saturday night, Peek-a-Boo is a delightfully sexy way to get into the Halloween spirit

Saturn Returns Review - A Meditation on Belief

Saturn Returns Review - A Meditation on Belief Honest, vulnerable, and unflinching, this exploration of change, loss, loneliness, coincidence, and bugs offers ninety intense minutes of incredible and innovative theatre

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