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Bootie Call: "The Bootleggers On Broadway,” at Circa ’21 June 21 Through 24 PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 20 June 2006 22:42

The Bootleggers Murder. Madness. Cannibalism. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the wonderful world of Broadway musicals!

Or rather, welcome to The Bootleggers "On Broadway," the new, full-length production showcasing the talents of the Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse's performing wait staff. (The show runs at Circa '21 June 21 through 24.)

 
The Pretender: Things You Should Know About – and From – the Area’s Best Actor, Tom Walljasper PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 23 May 2006 23:33
"I think my forte is storytelling. I just like to pretend. And any experience that I have where I believe the actor or actors are as close to pretending as possible? That's what gets me off, man. To me, that's what acting's all about." -- Tom Walljasper

 
That Old Barn Magic: Moline’s Barn Theatre Presents Its First Musical in Nearly a Decade PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 10 May 2006 02:36
Over the past 10 months, the stage space at the Playcrafters Barn Theatre in Moline has been transformed into a ballpark (for the venue’s production of Rounding Third), an Italian villa (for Enchanted April), and the entire town of Bedford Falls (for It’s a Wonderful Life).

But these days, after climbing the stairs to the second level of the Barn, the first thing you notice about the set for Sweet & Hot: The Songs of Harold Arlen (running through May 21) is something more unexpected than anything found on those previous sets: a piano.


 
Comic Depth Perceptions: Augustana College's "The Real Inspector Hound" and "Black Comedy" PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 25 April 2006 18:00

In the realm of educational theatre, the rehearsal process for a main-stage show generally lasts several weeks, if not months. It can

be hard work. Yet if the selected material gives actors and directors enough to work with, what could be a laborious process is, for its participants, more often a joy.

 
Spiking Your Own Drink: St. Ambrose University's Corinne Johnson PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 18 April 2006 18:00
“There’s something about being in a live theatre,” says St. Ambrose University Professor of Theatre Corinne Johnson, “and experiencing that moment with the actors and, maybe more importantly, with the audience.

 
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