This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with Theo Ubique Theater’s artistic director Fred Anzevino and new managing director Christopher Pazdernik. It’s been a long road and they weren’t sure Theo would survive the pandemic. But fortunately for Chicago, they did. This unique Chicagoland experience (located in Evanston) provides a show-themed dinner with a great musical all presented in an intimate space. They’ve tackled big shows like Chess and Sweeney Todd, and now return with an appropriately titled production of “Songs for A New World” (a song cycle by Bridges of Madison County’s Jason Robert Brown). With previews beginning on September 24th, the team at Theo is carefully approaching opening in a safe and comfortable way and provide all the details in the podcast. Hear Fred and Christopher discuss the challenges of re-opening and how things might be different…at least for awhile. Then, check out the theater and tickets at: www.theo-u.com.
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