Monday, July 14, 2008

ATW NewsClips - Mid-West, Southwest and Mountain Print

Chicago Tribune

Bard takes the stage in Stratford, Ontario

A sampling of shows in Stratford

Chicago Tribune Theater Loop Blog

Sweet on Navy Pier, the Candy Man deserves a spot on Broadway. If you stretch the taffy.
A year or two ago, a major Broadway producer told me, sotto voce, that he thought he had the Broadway rights to “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” Well, I thought, Oompa, Loompa, Doompa-Dee-Do. It’s hard to imagine better source...

Chicago Sun-Times

'Wonka' a world of pure illumination
In a program note for his production of "Willy Wonka," the 65-minute family musical by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley that opened over the weekend at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater...

Medieval and modern collide high above the Pier

St. Paul Pioneer

'Murder' is upfront with its intentions
With Agatha Christie, it's not so much whodunit as whodidn'tdoit? Christie became the world's best-selling novelist by creating mysteries in which practically every character in the story is a suspect — as in "A Murder is Announced," playing at Theatre in the Round...

Detroit Free Press

Parody of 'Facts of Life' on stage in Ferndale

Encore Michigan

Detroit Repertory Theatre awarded Knight Foundation Fund grant

A 'fact' at The Ringwald: Camp until it hurts

Jewsical! The Musical lacks chutzpah

Houston Chronicle

Agatha Christie play features genuine surprises
...The Alley Theatre's annual Summer Chills outing has rolled around again, which usually means one of Dame Agatha Christie's enormously popular whodunits. This year's production of The Unexpected Guest rates ...

Arizona Republic

Preview: 'Wizard of Oz' in Peoria

Denver Post

"Labour'" loses something in makeover

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