On top of being a killer stand-up, Kilmartin is a comedian who seems comfortable in all comedic spaces, having been a late night writer for Conan for a decade.
A full-time professional barber up until a few years back, but his comedy career took off.
What a delight it is to sit on the grass and watch this talented, diverse troupe of actors perform one of Shakespeare’s most popular and accessible comedies.
With a universal appeal, it speaks to “class” as a through line in the bigger American story.
The fiftieth anniversary tour of “Jesus Christ Superstar” takes very seriously the notion that the work belongs to the Passion genre.
At the same time that his comedy was resonating on the South Side, he was picking up paid gigs on the North Side as well.
Well cast and imaginatively staged by adapter/director Kevin Theis, Oak Park Theatre Festival’s telling of “The Winter’s Tale” is a consistently engaging and occasionally enthralling way to spend a midsummer evening.
Before the two lovers met in person, they knew each other only through letters traded during the final two harrowing years of World War II.
“It’s been really moving and important and central to all of us that at the heart of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is a young person trying to figure out how to live.”
“Perforated Play” tells the story of three people who find themselves impaled together on the same iron pole due to an unseen accident.