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Things To Do At Gen Con – Of Dice And Men By Otherworld Theatre

By Christopher Helton If you are looking for a bit of culture while you are at Gen Con next weekend, try checking out the Otherworld Theatre performance of the place Of Dice And Men. Tickets are only $6 and can be purchased through …

Tony Lee And Dan Boultwood’s Baker Street Irregulars Hits The Stage

The Baker Street Irregulars is a comic book by Tony Lee and Dan Boultwood, published by Hachette but now out of print. That hasn’t put of its fans however, and the series has now been adapted into a Milwaukee stage …

V For Vendetta – The Stage Play

From the people who brought you the stage version of The Ballad Of Halo Jones last January… V For Vendetta, the stage play, adapted by Sean Mason. To be staged on January 8th, 9th, 10th and 27th as part of …

Batman Live! Cancels All Oklahoma And San Antonio Shows, And More

Christmas is the ideal time to see big family-friendly stage shows. But not if they involve Batman apparently. The high profile Batman Live! show (which we reviewed a couple of years ago) has hit the bat-bumpers it seems. All dates …

Looks Like The Muppets Are Headed To The Stage

Tonight, The Muppets are performing two shows at Montreal’s Just For Laughs festival, and man-oh-man, I wish I could be there (and, interestingly, it’s a show apparently not appropriate for kids under the age of 12). But I don’t think …

Early Promo Image And Blurb For The Exorcist On Stage

The Geffen Playhouse have updated their site with a piece of promotional artwork and a little blurb for their upcoming production of The Exorcist. The most chilling test of faith come to life on stage.  This world premiere adaptation of …

Alan Moore’s Dodgem Logic – The Live Show

It’s a counter culture magazine of activism, oddness and philosophy that bucks pretty much whatever pop culture trend is around. It’s given us free CDs, mini-comics, iron on transfers and Christmas annuals. Well, now Alan Moore‘s magazine next trick is …

Neverwhere Returns To Chicago by Greg Baldino

Greg Baldino writes for Bleeding Cool “Chicago is the London of the West.”- Harry Stephen Keeler Neverwhere returns to Chicago in full force this spring, as Mayor Daley has announced Neil Gaiman’s urban fantasy novel as spring 2011′s chosen subject …