Combine “The Breakfast Club” and “Clue” and you’ve got “The Shape of Murder.”
Country star Jo Dee Messina and radio legend Garrison Keillor are among the acts recently announced as part of the Raue Center For The Arts’ new season.
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Note to readers: This is an occasional theater column. Reviews of productions throughout McHenry County will be written by various members of area theater companies, as well as educators.
Jerry Lee Lewis always will be an inspiration, but this time around, it’s all Lance Lipinsky.
The group might be called Theater Undreground, but its members are out and about.
This is a place where children arrive dressed as Greek gods and goddesses, carrying fake swords and shields, wearing flower headdresses.
Weekends for Algonquin native Meredith Freyre involve corsets, lace and plenty of makeup.