Spoon River Anthology: Moving Portrait of Small-Town America
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The last date listed for Spoon River Anthology was Sunday June 16, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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Provision Company member Brad Armacost returns with this one-man show about the life of C.S. Lewis, the acclaimed author of The Chronicles of Narnia and The Screwtape Letters. In C.S. Lewis on Stage, Armacost speaks to his audience while he masterfully portrays various characters from Lewis' books, recites poetry and reveals details of his personality through his correspondence. By the end of this engaging performance, the audience will experience a deeper knowledge of C.S. Lewis' writing and characters, as well as of the man himself. Learn More
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Before the show began, I thought I was going to see the Samuel French version of the show. But I didn't remember there being a violinist/fiddler in the production I saw in the 1960s. There probably wasn't. This is a new show put together in such a way that the poems may overlap to enhance the individual stories. Well Done! I liked the show so much on the opening preview that I bought a ticket to the May 5 show for a friend! She loved it too.
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From the start, with a huge moon .highlighting a wonderful young violionist, to the end, this production is a terrific presentation and should not be missed. This was the first time for us at this theater and it was a very pleasant venue. Each...continued
Featuring Provision Theater Company Members Lia Mortensen and Colin Wasmund along with an all-star Chicago cast which includes Torrey Hanson, Joan Kohn, Sean Cooper, Victoria Blade, Alex Weisman, John Kelly Connolly, Daria Harper and Jack McCabe. Original music by Provision Company Members Alaric Jans and Michael Mahler along with Gary Fry.
The show is recommended for audiences ages 12 and older.