Monday, February 26, 2007

The Shattered Globe Theatre Does It Again

Following their nationally acclaimed production of Come Back, Little Sheba, Chicago’s Shattered Globe Theatre has produced another gem, Arthur Miller’s The Price.

The Price is a heartbreaking story of two brothers who try to reconcile their long estranged relationship after the death of their father. The Shattered Globe ensemble of Don Blair, Maury Cooper, Doug McDade, and Linda Reiter deliver brilliantly the play’s explosive emotional intensity. The intensity is so strong that I suggest you see it with a friend, for you will need to sit for a while after the play sipping the beverage of your choice so you can properly unwind.

In a city noted for good theatre, the Shattered Globe has risen to a place where it is one of the best. Check it out.


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