Theatre By Numbers said:
"It’s especially fun to watch Fimoff transform Dusoleil from lonesome curmudgeon to beaming adventurer, and Goldberg’s rendition of Isabelle’s song “Other People’s Stories” (in which she compares her life to a gossip magazine) gives the character more substance than the authors do."
Recommended by Chicago Critic:
“[T]his cast does nice work with Legrand’s tricky score. Amour is a terrific opera filled with magic, humor and loads of romance using a very French story theater influence."
Emily Goldberg - Amour's Isabelle - answered 10 questions for BroadwayWorld.com's Chicago edition.
"One of the best things about acting is when you are so invested that you lose yourself in the character. Regardless of what is happening in your real life, you get to drop it all and play and connect in this imaginary circumstance."
In Good Company
Chicago Splash mentioned us in their Onstage: What To See In September list!
"With more than 200 theaters in town, there’s no better place than Chicago to get your dose of arts and culture — and you can do it on a budget. Our partners at the League of Chicago Theatres and Hot Tix curated this list of must-see shows for the month of September."
How He Got Here
Brian Fimoff is one of three to discuss the transition with the Daily Herald.
"The play is about breaking free of one's inhibitions and exploring all the possibilities life has to offer, and the risks and rewards that come with those possibilities," Fimoff said. "I can identify with that."
AMOUR's Dusoleil, Isabelle and Painter performed at Monday Night Live at Petterino's on August 8th.
Get a first listen in this video from their performance!