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REVIEW: The pleasures of Pan never grow old

Posted: September 11, 2015

The Lost Boys yuk it up with the best of 'em in this show, but they also talk about the darkness that surrounds those unlucky enough to be lost in one of the world's many caves, hoping to catch at least a partial glimpse of a star.


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REVIEW: Peter and the Starcatcher (Drury Lane Oakbrook)

Posted: September 9, 2015

There’s something rather satisfying in seeing how iconic fairy tale characters came to be, whether it’s a frightened lion cub or a crowing orphan who never grows up. With Peter and the Starcatcher, we get Peter Pan’s backstory as well the fanciful ad…


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REVIEW: Peter and the Starcatcher/Drury Lane Theatre

Posted: September 9, 2015

“Peter and the Starcatcher,” now playing at Drury Lane Theatre, attempts to tell the story of how Peter Pan—the boy and the myth—became ageless. Directed by William Osetek, this production boasts a strong cast of actors. Caleb Donahoe (Boy) is charmi…


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REVIEW: Peter and the Starcatcher

Posted: September 7, 2015

What makes “Peter…” worth visiting is the brilliant stagecraft, comprised of a full dozen flawless performances, creative and invigorating directing, and imaginative costume, set, lighting, and sound designs. The production’s motor never slows as the…


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REVIEW: Peter and the Starcatcher at Drury Lane Theatre

Posted: September 7, 2015

I felt like the vibe of the show was really cool. I liked how it seemed kind of like a storefront production even though it was a very big show in a theater with like a thousand people. The set (by Scott Davis) was very budgeted looking, which I thin…


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Be good to Mama this Mother's Day with Drury Lane play

Posted: May 9, 2017

According to the National Restaurant Association, six in ten Americans will celebrate Mother's Day by dining out. That translates into a lot of busy eateries. But in Oakbrook Terrace, consumers can skip waiting for a table by securing seats to Drury …


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"Chicago" review: All that jazz with a lot of razzle dazzle

Posted: May 6, 2017

Chicago that wonderful town with the numerous nicknames “The Windy City,” The "City of Big Shoulders" and "Hog Butcher to the World," is also known as the third largest city in the United States. People around the world come to Chicago to see its won…


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Casting announced for 'Chicago' at Drury Lane

Posted: March 16, 2017

Casting announced for CHICAGO at Drury Lane


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'Chicago' coming to Drury Lane Theatre next year

Posted: May 25, 2016

Come springtime next year, Drury Lane Theatre will be the first local company to produce "Chicago" in decades, the Oak Brook Terrace-based theater announced Wednesday.


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Drury Lane Theatre to Stage DEATHTRAP, 6/9-8/14

Posted: May 16, 2016

Drury Lane Theatre continues its 2016-2017 season with Ira Levin's popular murder mystery, Deathtrap, directed by Artistic Director William Osetek.


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THE COLOR PURPLE: THE MUSICAL AT DRURY LANE THEATRE

Posted: September 25, 2019

The Color Purple: the Musical is at Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace, IL now until November 3rd! Two of the stars, Eben K. Logan and Sydney Charles, joined Jill Hopkins on The AMp this morning to talk about this amazing show.


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Midday Fix: Live performance from Drury Lane Theatre’s The Color Purple cast

Posted: September 25, 2019

Midday Fix: Live performance from Drury Lane Theatre’s The Color Purple cast


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BWW Review: Agatha Christie's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE Thrills at Drury Lane Theatre

Posted: July 30, 2019

Agatha Christie, the "Queen of Mystery." The numbers speak for themselves: best-selling novelist of all time (more than two billion sold), most-translated author (more than 100 languages), and author of the world's longest running play (THE MOUSETRAP…


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An Original Agatha Christie Murder Mystery That Caused a Stir at The Drury Lane Theatre.

Posted: July 30, 2019

The Queen of Crime and Mystery, Agatha Christie, is known as the best-selling author of all time. She is known for her crime psychological thriller and horror novels; which was only outsold by the Bible and Shakespeare. Christie work comprised of 66 …


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'Matilda' musical in Oakbrook Terrace steals hearts at Drury Lane Theatre

Posted: May 6, 2019

OAKBROOK TERRACE – A deliciously twisted musical comedy awaits audiences in the Drury Lane Theatre production of "Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical," playing through June 23 in Oakbrook Terrace.


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Review: ‘The Color Purple’ at Drury Lane has all of the feeling this well-traveled musical has earned

Posted: September 20, 2019

Chicago has a long history with “The Color Purple,” the 2004 musical version of Alice Walker’s beloved story of suffering, resilience and triumph. As produced by Oprah Winfrey, the star of the 1985 Steven Spielberg movie, Gary Griffin’s original Broa…


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“And Then There Were None” filled with suspense

Posted: August 26, 2019

"And Then There Were None" playing at Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook is an updated portrayal of Agatha Christie’s Classic Mystery penned in 1943. Directed by Jessica Fisch, the piece competes with many modern day detective series and mysteries. It do…


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Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’ gets the fine staging it deserves at Drury Lane Theatre

Posted: August 1, 2019

The Oakbrook Terrace production shows why well-crafted mysteries are so enduring, is suitably macabre and ably highlights the writer’s humor and underlying moral commentary.


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Drury Lane's 'And Then There Were None' revival brings chills, laughter

Posted: July 30, 2019

"And Then There Were None" -- ★ ★ ★ ½ Little happens on suburban or Chicago stages except by design. And in Drury Lane Theatre's urbane and unexpectedly amusing "And Then There Were None," that includes laughter.


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‘And Then There Were None’ – an intriguing whodunit

Posted: July 29, 2019

Ten strangers of varying ages and occupations arrive at an island mansion off the coast of Devon, England. Their host, who has beckoned them on one pretense or another, is delayed. In this late 1930s setting, the houseguests start dying–one by one…



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