In his latest stage role, Godinez takes on a legendary fictional character.
The former Fox News star and Donald Trump target promises an uplifting hour light on politics.
ROEPER: He’s very good at playing this kind of character. The issue is whether we’re tired of him playing this kind of character.
This is also a jarringly uneven play that tries too hard to be hip and often ends up undercutting the very meaningful notions it is meant to explore.
“Death of a King: A Live Theatrical Experience” is based on Smiley’s 2014 book of the same title.
The villain’s teenage son is also one of his secret ninja enemies in this expansion of the Lego universe.
Work on the mural will continue through next month as part of the city’s Public Art Festival and Chicago’s Year of Public Art.
The ABC star on Wednesday followed up on his monologue from Tuesday, when he had said a GOP senator “lied right to my face” about health care reform.
Jake Gyllenhaal gives one of his best performances as the severely injured Jeff Bauman, inspired to heal by a loyal family and a rocky relationship.
The museum continues to promote and share a deeper understanding and respect of Native-American people and cultures.
ROEPER: One Oscar winner after another plays a cartoonish and cardboard character spouting ridiculous and often painfully unfunny dialogue.
Tennis great, now being played on screen in ‘Battle of the Sexes,’ says South Side pro Kamau Murray is someone ‘everybody in Chicago needs to know.’
The actor, who plays a jealous dad in “Brad’s Status,” sees a lot of “keeping up with the Joneses” — but mostly in New York and L.A.
Sadly, the whole production wears you down as often as it enchants.