First things first. It is time to declare actor Mike Nussbaum the Eight Wonder of the World. Watch the 91-year-old actor as he moves through TimeLine Theatre’s gripping revival of “The Price,” Arthur Miller’s play about family, money, ambition, sacrifice, self-deception and the blackly comic joke that is life itself, and you are treated to something altogether rare and remarkable.
When told that his new film “Learning to Drive” touches on a number of universal issues regarding relationships, love and understanding Sir Ben Kingsley made an interesting point.
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In town earlier this week to promote their new film “No Escape,” brothers John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle said their main mission with their movie was, as Drew put it, “to make the audience feel they were going through exactly what Owen [Wilson], Lake [Bell] and the girls playing their daughters were going through.”
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Sam Elliott chuckled softly as he was reminded — likely for the gazillionth time! — how his famously deep and sonorous voice was such a trademark for him.
The Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co., a long-lived, emblematic Off Loop company that thrived on a spirit of experimentation, provocation and the hippie ethos of its longtime artistic director, Richard Cotovsky, will be closing its doors at the end of the 2015-2016 season – its 30th year of operation.
Our Town’s own Oscar-winner, actor and musical artist Common, will be back in Chicago Saturday to draw attention to the problem of “food deserts” — both in this city and across the country.
Hall of Fame former Buffalo Bills coach Marv Levy was surprised by his wife, Fran, and friends with a 90th birthday bash at Harry Caray’s on Kinzie.