Playwright Tom Stoppard is known for using humor to explore deep, heady concepts. Stoppard began using this technique early in his career, including his 1962 outing The Real Inspector Hound
. It's on stage now at the Signal Ensemble Theater on Chicago's north side. Eight Forty-Eight
's Dueling Critics Jonathan Abarbanel and Kelly Kleiman stopped by earlier this week to give us their review. The Real Inspector Hound
runs through September 18 at the Signal Ensemble Theater's
new permanent location for theater company, 1802 W. Berenice, Chicago.