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Episode 92: Theatre, Four Ways

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On this week’s edition of Show & Tell with Andrea Darlas: theatre, four ways! Whether you want to see an orchestra, dancing, a play, or a musical, this episode has something for you. First up, we talk with Terell Johnson, Executive Director of the Chicago Philharmonic, about “Blade Runner: in Concert” and the rest of the season. Then, choreographer Stina Quagebeur discusses the world premier of her piece, Hungry Ghosts, as part of the Joffrey’s “Studies in Blue.” After that, playwright Matthew Paul Olmos tells us about his piece, a home what howls (or the house what was ravine), playing now at the Steppenwolf. And finally, Megan Murphy tells us all about playing Reno Sweeny in Porchlight’s production of Anything Goes. It’s a great show, any way you like it, on Show & Tell! 

Terell Johnson, Executive Director of the Chicago Philharmonic, runs us through this season of incredible music, including shows like Blade Runner: In Concert. For tickets, visit www.chicagophilharmonic.org

Choreographer Stina Quagebeur tells us all about her piece, Hungry Ghosts, which is making its world premiere as part of the Joffrey Ballet’s “Studies in Blue.” There are ten performances only from now until February 25 at the Lyric Opera. For tickets, visit www.joffrey.org

Playwright Matthew Paul Olmos tells us about a home what howls (or the house what was ravine), playing now through March 2 in the Ensemble Theater at Steppenwolf. For tickets, visit www.steppenwolf.org

Actress, singer, producer, cabaret and recording artist, Meghan Murphy, is playing Reno Sweeny in Porchlight Music Theatre’s production of Anything Goes. See it now through February 25 at the Ruth Page Center for the Arts. For tickets, visit www.porchlightmusictheatre.org/

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