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Chicago Theatre Off Book Chicago Theatre Off Book: March 30, 2012 Ed.

Today, Chicago Theatre Off Book is reviewing exciting offerings from local theatre companies. In addition, we chat with Kevin Theis, Seanachai Theatre ensemble member and director for “Moon for the Misbegotten,” Jamil Khoury, Founding Artistic Director at Silk Road Rising and creator of “Re-Spiced,” and Steve Scott, Associate Producer for Goodman Theatre and director of “Re-Spiced.” And of course, we have two new Got A Minute? segments from local playwrights.

This March 30, 2012 episode of Chicago Theatre Off Book was partially underwritten by UPTOWN FAN.

Shot word of the day: “Irish”

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Chicago Theatre Off Book Chicago Theatre Off Book: March 23, 2012 Ed.

Today, Chicago Theatre Off Book is reviewing exciting offerings from across the pond and here in Sweet Home Chicago. In addition, we chat with Kathy Scambiatterra, Artistic Director at The Artistic Home, and Nathaniel Swift, Artistic Director at Eclipse Theatre. And of course, we have two new Got A Minute? segments from local playwrights.

This March 23, 2012 episode of Chicago Theatre Off Book was partially underwritten by UPTOWN FAN.

Shot word of the day: “Absolutely”
Special Shot Round for: “Profundity”

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Artist Interviews Korallreven

CHIRP’s Dylan Peterson sat down with Marcus Joons and Daniel Tjäder of the dream pop duo Korallreven before their ‘CHIRP Welcomes’ show at Schubas. The band talked about the spiritual nature of their music, and how both Lars Von Trier and Britney Spears can inspire conscientious living.

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Topics: dylan peterson, korallreven, radio dept

Chicago Theatre Off Book Chicago Theatre Off Book: March 16, 2012 Ed.

This episode of Chicago Theatre Off Book is bursting with testosterone. Joshua J. Volkers is joined by Oliver Sava from TimeOut. Oliver is subbing in for Katy Walsh, who is seeing theatre on the other side of the pond. These guys chat with more guys, Brad Jayhan-Little and Ben Fuchsen at Oracle Productions and PJ Paparelli at American Theatre Company. The result is a true bro-mance!

Shot phrase of the show: “Josh”

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Artist Interviews Titus Andronicus

CHIRP’s Dylan Peterson caught up with all five members of New York’s (by way of New Jersey) Titus Andronicus at last year’s Lollapalooza. The band compared and contrasted their experiences of playing Chicago’s two most prominent festivals (Lollapalooza and Pitchfork), enjoyed some bleed-in from The Cars’ set, and got into gender roles in rock music. (piece produced by Matt Rowan)

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Topics: dylan peterson, titus andronicus

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