Play review: ‘The Little Foxes’

Shannon Cochran as Regina Giddens and John Judd as Horace Giddens in “The Little Foxes” at the Goodman Theatre. Photo by Liz Lauren.

Make It Better magazine, May 12, 2015 — One of the most striking and unusual things about the Goodman Theatre’s new production of “The Little Foxes,” a classic 1939 play by Lillian Hellman, is the music. An orchestral score… Read my review at Make It Better. Photo by Liz Lauren

Exploring O’Neill at the Goodman

Pictured in Eugene O'Neill's Strange Interlude, directed by Greg Allen at Goodman Theatre, produced in association with The Neo-Futurists, are (l to r) Jeremy Sher (Darrell), Merrie Greenfield (Nina) and Joe Dempsey (Marsden). Strange Interlude runs March 6-8. For ticket information, visit or call 312.443.3800. Photo by Eric Y. Exit

The Huffington Post, April 10, 2009 — The Eugene O’Neill festival now in its final days at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre wasn’t exactly designed as an introduction to this great American playwright. Nor was it a celebration of his best and most famous works… Read my blog post at the Huffington Post or Underground Bee. Photo by… Continue reading Exploring O’Neill at the Goodman

Behind the scenes of Mary Zimmerman’s ‘Silk’

This article by Robert Loerzel originally appeared in Pioneer Press on April 28, 2005. It’s late March, and Mary Zimmerman has one month to go before her newest play, “Silk,” opens at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre. The Goodman’s publicists are busy putting out press releases about the Tony Award-winning Evanston resident’s latest effort. Full-page advertisements for “Silk” are… Continue reading Behind the scenes of Mary Zimmerman’s ‘Silk’