Nearing its first birthday, the Chicago bookstore stages a show in its space, by a playwright who’s logged some quality writing at the café.
As we start the new year, we, along with theatremakers Owais Ahmed and Mikael Burke, are dreaming about what future theatre might hold.
In Rio, Curitiba, and São Paulo, theatre spills into the streets as part of an ongoing effort to expand access and expression across Brazil’s socioeconomic and political divides.
As we wrap up the year, we look back at some memorable moments, celebrate the Joffrey Ballet’s costume crew, and hear from artists J.G. Smith and Drew Dir.
As we enter the holiday season, we celebrate taking risks on potentially life-changing works.
How one iconic Chicago theatre photographer captures the ‘now’ not only with his camera but with his whole body and soul.
Why so many Broadway-bound tryouts come through here, and why Chicago artists stay committed to the work in spite of the odds.
This year’s 6th annual Latiné festival prepares to crack open the possibilities of the American theatre with ‘un poquito de todo.’
As the fall season gets under way, Chicago’s theatre scene offers plenty to be excited about, even as issues in the field continue to bubble under the surface.
This month, we check in with companies who are making impacts within their communities and artists receiving well-deserved attention.