Another RAVE review, this one from Tom Lawler at The Fourth Walsh!
"Dream Theatre uses every nook of its vintage Lincoln Avenue storefront to bring us a pageant of Lynchian dreamscapes"
"if Dream Theater ends up reviving this production for the holidays next year, I will be back and bringing friends"
We've been selling out houses left and right, and there are only 2 opportunities left (Saturday is sold out!) to see this awesome show, so don't miss out!
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Dream Theatre Company's The Devilish Children (and the Civilizing Process) is officially HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by the Chicago Reader!
"the 50-minute production is unique and compelling nonetheless, thanks to giddily savage performances, inventively staged violence, and delightfully weird touches"
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Our first review is in, and it's a 4 out 4 Star RAVE review from John Glines over at ChicagoStageStandard.com!
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**One correction to the article - Jeremy is the only founding member of Dream Theatre who is currently active with DTC. Anna, Madelaine, and myself are all company members, but not founding members......considering I was 10 years old in 1998, that would have been quite the accomplishment ;)
It's finally here! Tonight we open The Devilish Children (And the Civilizing Process) by Jeremy Menekseoglu at the Dream Laboratory!
I couldn't be more excited to bring these darkly humorous cautionary German fables to life, teaching naughty kinder how to become "true gentleman". In true Dream Theatre fashion, it's dark, creepy, hilarious, gorey, fantastical, full of surprises, and topped with a little seed of hope.
In this show, I play Sigi Sleeplessness, the conjoined twin to Sigi Awakedness. Together, we're the Sigis! We're sort of the gatekeepers of the devilish kinder, and you'll see us throughout the show. It's been a fun and crazy acting challenge to play a conjoined twin (with love to my awesome partner in crime, Kaitlin Stewart), and I have to give major props to our costume designer, Rachel Martindale, for creating our insanely awesome costume, that I know has been quite the beast to create. It's not quite finished in the photo above, but trust me, it's amazing. RUFFLES!
Anna has been our fearless leader in this endeavor, and I truly admire her vision and sense of play and trust she brings to the theatre everyday.
I can't wait to share this project with you!
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