Drama club’s Winter Play will be staged Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 7-9.
Monday, January 28
For Lemont High School’s Winter Play, the script will be Shakespearean, faces will be masked, identities will be mistaken -- and the comedy will be slapstick and family friendly. The school’s Drama Club will present its version of “The Comedy of Errors” nightly Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 7 through 9. Performances will begin in the school’s Performing Arts Center at 8 p.m. each evening. Tickets, which may be purchased at the door, cost $10 for adults and $7 for children, senior citizens and students with a valid school ID. “The Comedy of Errors,” one of William Shakespeare’s earliest plays, has its slapstick humor rooted in mistaken identity. The play chronicles the story of two sets of identical twins who were accidentally separated …
"American Reunion" is a fun taste for gross-out enthusiasts.
Let us now praise Eugene Levy. The bespectacled, Ontario-reared comedian has humor chops to spare, and the most famous set of eyebrows of anyone that’s not named Marty Scorsese. His deadpanned, TMI-spewing character of Jim’s dad here doesn’t quite carry the show (Seann William Scott as the caustic Steve Stifler does), but Levy’s contributions are definitely memorable in this third sequel to the gross-out classic American Pie. Levy’s cut-each-other-off banters with son Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) in this movie are worth the price of admission alone. The two talk over each other like a pair of Vaudeville-era jugglers, to great comedic effect. However, based on the audience’s audible reactions, the slapstick, genital-crushing funny bits are …