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Krannert has big addition for play

Krannert has a mammoth play continuing this weekend.

Thornton Wilder's "The Skin of Our Teeth" won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1943.

Entertainment listings, Oct. 23-30, 2014

A listing of events, provided by the venues. Here are 

Future Five: Entertainment for the week ahead

Staff writer TIM MITCHELL’s entertainment recommendations for the week ahead:

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Review: Performances shine in 'Skin of our Teeth'

By Audrey Wells

Of his 1942 play "The Skin of our Teeth," Thornton Wilder wrote, "I think it mostly comes alive under conditions of crisis."

Accordingly, I suggest gorging on alarming news in preparation for the play, now in production by the Illinois Theatre at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

Studio Visit: Jake Aurelian

Studio Visit is a Q&A with a local artist. Here, a chat with Jake Aurelian, who lives in Vermilion County. He is an award-winning author, a performer and as Ripper the Clown a judge at "The Gong Show" at Sleepy Creek Vineyards near Oakwood.

Q: What kind of books do you write?

Here's what's happening on the theater scene

Danville Light Opera presenting 'Guys and Dolls'

Danville Light Opera Musical Theatre will present "Guys and Dolls" at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. next Sunday at the Danville High School Dick Van Dyke Auditorium, 202 E. Fairchild St.

Entertainment listings, Oct. 16-23, 2014

A listing of events, provided by the venues. Here are 

Illinois Theatre The Skin of Our Teeth

Directed by J.W. Morrissette, performances are October 16-18 and 23-25 at 7:30 pm on Sunday October 26, 3 p.m in the Colwell Playhouse of Krannert Center

Look back: Highlights from Melissa Merli on the week that was

Look back: Highlights from Melissa Merli on the week that was

Solid show

Here's what's happening on the theater scene

Beef House show

The Beef House Dinner Theatre in Covington, Ind., will present its first fall show, "The 39 Steps," with the opening on Friday.

"This gleefully theatrical riff on Alfred Hitchcock's film is fast and frothy, performed by a cast of four that seems like a cast of thousands," reads a release from the Beef House.