From the Welders, to cheap tickets at Huntington Theatre Company, to August Wilson on the radio, to all the Lucy Thurber plays you can ever want—this month in national news.
At the 2013 Conference, theatre artists went back to their roots to “Learn, Do, Teach” and tackle the topics of innovation, audience engagement, diversity and inclusion, and financial adaptation.
The source text for Elevator Repair Service’s newest show isn’t a classic text but something more revealing: transcripts from a Supreme Court case on public nudity.
From Hull House, to the Jane Addams Center, to Uptown Theatre, remembering a giant of the Chicago theatre scene.
Remembering the sustaining force behind the Chicago improv institution.
In Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig’s ‘410[GONE]’ at Crowded Fire Theater, the Land of the Dead is rendered with Beijing opera and Dance Dance Revolution.
A tribute to the founder and former artistic director of Aurora Theatre Theatre company.
David Farr’s ‘The Heart of Robin Hood’ and Greg Banks’s ‘Robin Hood’ render Sherwood Forest with tinges of feminism and Occupy Wall Street.
The Chicago company has ventured into theatre for infants and toddlers with its newly renovated space, the aptly named Little Theatre.
At Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s annual gathering, new plays grow with a distinctly regional flair.