Scott Weinstein’s staging is far more knock-out than knockoff.
The paper doesn’t think Grease‘s creators are worth mentioning.
An 11th-hour effort fails to save the longtime home of Organic and Black Ensemble theater companies.
American Theater Company cuts five roles from its updated version of The Original Grease
The April 28 Reader featured Cynthia Gallaher’s story about the Pink Ladies, a club started in the mid-1950s by northwest-side Catholic girls who were either going to Taft High School or knew somebody who was. Jim Jacobs went to Taft, too, and when he and Warren Casey were writing their 1971 paean to pomade, Grease, […]
Grease‘s girl gang had a real-life model on the northwest side.
Reflections on Grease’s Chicago roots.