International and local companies converge at Chicago Shakespeare Theater for the quadricentennial of the playwright’s death.
Taking a cue from the Jazz Age icon’s fearlessness, singer/actor Cox adds some dance to her résumé for a show at Asolo Rep.
How theatres are creating inclusive experiences for folks with neuropsychiatric conditions, autism, or simple aversion to business as usual.
The play, which premiered at Chicago’s Gift Theatre, follows a therapist who becomes too invested in his patients’ lives.
Stories about autism, Chicago shows, a musical about a young girl in 1890s Paris, and more take the stage this month.
From a gender-bending actress in the early 19th century to female playwrights on Broadway in the 1920s, April is a month of milestones.
The artistic director confronts his hometown with difficult, meaty work. Next: Janine Nabers’s ‘Serial Black Face.’
Suli Holum’s new play, presented by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, offers new perspective on living with a disability.
From a sports lawyer who loves theatre to a playwright who was inspired by Chernobyl, these are theatre artists you should know more about this month.
Kids, even very young ones, carry the lived sensation of theatre with them, even if they don’t literally remember it.