Ana Klimchynskaya


Who's afraid of the big bad Steppenwolf?

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is about coming to terms with reality and doing away with illusions.


January 28, 2011

Female fangs overthrow male dominance in Carmilla

WildClaw Theatre’s Carmilla tells the story of a female vampire who has intimate relationships with her victims.


January 25, 2011

Filament Theatre transports Shakespeare back to his playful roots

Filament Theatre's Choose Thine Own Adventure improves Othello & others through improv


November 19, 2010

In Pilsen, art becomes a matter of life and death

The National Museum of Mexican Art holds its yearly Day of the Dead exhibit


October 29, 2010

Candide takes too many pages out of its own book

Candide is the story of a journey of discovery, and the audience (although presumably less naïve than Candide) is along for the ride to learn (or relearn) some of his lessons.


October 19, 2010

Lifeline's Wuthering Heights looks at the dark side of romance

Audience gets chilled to the bone with Lifeline Theatre's immersive adaptation


October 8, 2010