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By the Power of Grayskull… He-Manlet has a cast!

We present to you, the cast of The Tragedy of He-Manlet, Prince of Eternia

We cannot wait for you to see these fine Eternians in action at Stage 773 starting August 24th.

A huge thank you to everyone who auditioned for this adventure. We hope to see you all again!



Top Row:

Hannah Yeager as Teela / Cheetara / Sorceress

Christopher Woolsey as Ghost / Man-E-Faces / Stinkor

Neil O’Callaghan as Man-at-Arms / Lion-O / Merman

Center Row:

Alex B. Reynolds as Skeletor

Zach Decker as Adam

Allison Sword as Queen Marlena / The Oracle

Bottom Row:

Sean Harklerode as Fisto / Panthro / Trap Jaw

Emma Luttrell as Orko

Christopher Donaldson as Ram Man / Beastman

Our 20th Anniversary Season Has Arrived!

New Millennium Theatre Company is excited to announce:

A Very Bardy Birthday: NMTC’S 20th Anniversary Shakesplosion!

We have cooked up some exciting Shakespeare parodies to celebrate 20 awesome years of New Millennium madness. Come party with us!


This autumn we are kicking off the season with….

“The Tragedy of He-Manlet, Prince of Eternia.”

Written by Adam “Roz” Rosowicz and directed by Ali Keirn!

Something’s rotten in the state of Eternia. The king is dead, and it’s up to Prince Adam to seek justice or lose the figure of action! It’s Shakespeare meets Saturday morning in a brand new iambic pentameter adventure that begs the question; “To He, or not to He?”


Later in the autumn we’re going to be doing a fundraiser featuring a performance of…


Written by Alex B. Reynolds

A one-night-only performance of the classic Shakespeare tale of murder and revenge as told by everyone’s favorite Merc with a Mouth (and resident expert on murder and revenge): Deadpool. Daniel Day-Lewis may be retiring, but There Will Be Blood.


Wrapping up our 20th season will be…

“Romeo & Juliet & Dungeons & Dragons”

Written by Sam Long

They say if you put typewriters in a room full of monkeys, then eventually they’d write some Shakespeare. We’re going with the assumption that this could happen just as easily with a room full of kids playing some D&D. Our brave, young adventurers find their friendships tested as often as their luck of the dice. Owlbears and odes of love abound in this tale the shines a light on the magic within us all.


In addition to this action-packed season, we are happy to announce that WE ARE MOVING! All of our 20th Anniversary productions will be performed at Stage 773 at 1225 W Belmont.

Keep your eyes on our site and our Facebook page so you can stay up to date on all the details for A Very Bardy Birthday: NMTC’S 20th Anniversary Shakesplosion!



A New Hero Rises…

We are so happy to announce that The Incredible Hank has added a new hero to our roster! Derrick Ferguson will be taking over the role of Mirageo! We loved watching him during the audition process and we know you’ll love watching him too! I mean, just look at him. He was born to wear spandex and make grand entrances.

Derrick Ferguson


Our Saga Begins…

First of all, we have to give a HUGE thank you to everyone who auditioned for our next adventure, The Incredible Hank. You were all, for lack of a better word, incredible. The casting process was a blast and the immense amount of talent in the room made for some very hard decisions.

We are elated to announce that our cast has been finalized and we are hitting the ground running, folks. We can’t wait to unleash this super-powered cast onto the unsuspecting public.

In no particular order:

HANK – Mike Movido
CARL – Jordan Pettis
MIRAGEO – Allison Kochanski
FLAMELIA – Jessica Rae Olsen

Hank Cast


The Incredible Hank Incredible Staged Reading – January 11th!

Hank Graphic


Join New Millennium Theatre Company as we read through our latest script in development through our Script Incubator series: The Incredible Hank.

Hank is not special. He’s not sociable. He has a boring job, a boring life, and he likes it that way. But he’s thrown into the exciting world of superheroes and supervillains when his office becomes the staging ground for an evil plot that puts the entire country in jeopardy. Faced with famous heroes, powerful villains, ruthless cops, and the hounding press, Hank reluctantly finds himself in the fight of his life – to stay normal.

The reading will take place at Black Rock Bar (3614 N. Damen Ave.) on Monday night, January 11th. We will start at 7:30, so get there early to grab a bite to eat and a drink. We hope to see you there!

Auditions for Old Hobbits Die Hard


New Millennium Theatre is Company is proud to announce auditions for Old Hobbits Die Hard!

After the One Ring is destroyed, Bilbo Baggins visits his estranged nephew Frodo during the Hobbit Yule celebration. But the festivities are interrupted when the major film studios refuse to give Peter Jackson the rights to The Hobbit and he travels to Middle Earth to take the rights from the hobbits themselves – even if he has to destroy the Shire to do it! Bilbo Baggins becomes a one-man army to rescue the hobbit hostages from Peter Jackson and his CGI terrorists, and stop them from making The Hobbit trilogy.

Audition Date: January 25th and January 27th – call backs on January 27th

Audition Time: January 25th: 7-10pm; January 27th 7-8pm; Callbacks: 8:30-10pm

Audition Location: Sheil Park Room E. – 3505 N. Southport Ave.

Please email headshot and resume to to be considered. Click the link below for more information:

Old Hobbits Die Hard – League of Chicago Theatres

Time Out Chicago reviews “Crazy for Swayze”

“At first sight, people might cock their head at Michael Sherwin and say, “I’m not sure how much he really looks like Patrick Swayze.” Those people are fools. Patrick Swayze isn’t a look, he’s a state of mind. To play the Swayz one must have a special mix of charisma and coolness, a certain ga-gung deep within his heart, and…okay fine, an upper body full of rippling muscles never hurt.  Michael Sherwin has all this in spades in New Millennium Theatre Company’s production of Crazy For Swayze: A Swayzical.”

-certified Swayze expert Brooke Allen at Time Out Chicago

Click here for the full review.

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