To the editors: Last week your cover lead story started with a false premise [“Nobody Likes a Smart Kid,” May 21]. People don’t hate smart kids. People hate “smart aleck” […]
Groups like the Windy City Gay Chorus and the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus cropped up in the early 80s after the death of Harvey Milk as outlets for […]
To the editors: I have to laugh at Jonathan Rosenbaum’s self-righteous, melodramatic, even hypocritical review of Cliffhanger [June 11]. I can sympathize with being anti-film violence; many people can and […]
An ode to fanatical French cinephilia in 1948–the generation immediately preceding the New Wave, to which writer-director Jean-Charles Tacchella (Cousin, cousine) belonged–this is a must-see charmer not only for crazed […]
To the editors: I casually speed-read Grant Pick’s “Speed Wash” (June 11) and then I carefully reread it and discovered that it was fraught with political and socioeconomic factors that […]
Wanted: board of directors with good connections, ready cash, tolerance for strong-willed artistic personalities. Apply to Dan Rivikin, Famous Door Theatre.
To the editors: I have been active in the Lincoln Park community for 20 years and have known Steve Ballis (Neighborhood News, June 11) for most of that time. I […]
CHARLOTTE CUSHMAN SummerNITE at the Theatre Building From its opening scene–in which we see the most famous actress of the newly fledged American theater sitting in her dressing room, her […]