Regina Belt-Daniels of The Northwest Herald took in our opening weekend of The 39 Steps and clearly loved what she saw! The mayhem and zaniness of “The 39 Steps” provides a delightful escape and a unique experience. It’s won everything from the Laurence Olivier Award to the Moliere France Best Comedy, not to mention a […]
Our good friends to the north featured our latest show, The 39 Steps, in The Kenosha News. Liz Snyder breaks down the production and what you can expect for this Hitchcock inspired classic.
Director Casey Audrain was interviewed by the News-Sun‘s Sheryl Devore. Take a deep dive into our latest show from behind the scenes and how four actors pull off dozens of different roles. Read the full article at the News-Sun.
The Northwest Herald sent reviewer Regina Belt-Daniels to take in our latest production, Chess, and had lots of praise for many of the performances. See the full review on what Belt-Daniels called “an enjoyable performance”!
The good folks at Chicago Concert Reviews were kind enough to make the drive up to Antioch and review our latest production, Chess. As Andy Argyrakis points out in his review, few companies, professional or otherwise, have taken up the challenge of Chess but that didn’t daunt PM&L! Andy praises the creative use of our
PM&L’s latest musical opens this coming Friday and it’s been featured by the Lake County News-Sun‘s own Sheryl Devore. Sheryl has a great interview with Chess’ director, Lorrie Ferguson, and the article gives a great overview of the difficulties presenting this very challenging show. Check out the entire article online.
Chess, a musical of the Cold War, directed by Lorrie Ferguson (previous PM&L credits include The Game’s Afoot, Man of La Mancha, and The Mousetrap) opens Friday, November 8th, and will run Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays until Sunday, November 24th. The collaborators on Chess are giants of rock music and rock musicals. The music by Benny Andersson and
The rave reviews continue to pour in for our latest production, It Runs in the Family. Correspondent Regina Belt-Daniels in her review calls the show “genuinely funny…and it most definitely appeals to a certain genre of audience, perhaps those who appreciate Benny Hill and early Monthy Python.” Read the whole review in the Northwest Herald.
We’re making the final preparations for the big kickoff of Season 59 Friday with It Runs in the Family. We know you have a lot of entertainment options and appreciate your support. To show you some love for that support we’re running a special sale this Saturday that is good for up to 20% off