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.
The British scribe, known largely stateside for ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ discusses his career, the British monarchy, and the differences between England and America.
The Getty Villa presents a new take on the Greek classic.
The Chicago company has ventured into theatre for infants and toddlers with its newly renovated space, the aptly named Little Theatre.
The Chicago adapter/director seems like a natural choice to turn the beloved ‘Jungle Book’ into a stage musical, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy.
The solo show is staged at the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani.
‘The Billingsgate Project’ interweaves real history and contemporary speculation
Two seasons ago, he seemed to be everywhere at once, including Broadway. Now he’s gearing up for more multi-city flights.
The Chicago sound designer/composer talks about the Hypocrites, and about a new folk musical with a jazz flavor.
Forget jukebox shows and rock stars; the American musical looks and sounds more like a jam session between indie bands and theatre artists.