As we enter the holiday season, we celebrate taking risks on potentially life-changing works.
With a wealth of experience in arts administration and branding, Durantt joins her neighborhood theatre ready to help its next stage of growth.
Why so many Broadway-bound tryouts come through here, and why Chicago artists stay committed to the work in spite of the odds.
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.
As the Congo Square executive director dons a new leadership hat for the African American Arts Alliance of Chicago, she’s centering community and the needs of Chicago’s Black artists.
With a book by Eric Simonson and songs by the Violent Femmes’ Gordon Gano, Milwaukee Rep brings a legendary true crime saga to the city where it began.
Green-Rogers brings a dramaturgical approach to leadership roles at The Theatre School at DePaul and the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.
This month, we check in with companies who are making impacts within their communities and artists receiving well-deserved attention.
Now in its third year, the theatre’s youth program offers young artists a chance to create art at the intersection of performance and social change.
A rising Chicago director closes the door on a chapter of growth, and on the company that had been her artistic home, while opening up new possibilities.