The season will also include the Chicago Open Residency Experiment.
ATC will work with the National Public Housing Museum to create a curriculum for students about public housing.
The company’s resident stage manager has stepped into the new leadership role.
The season is the first under new artistic director Will Davis and will feature world premieres from Dan Aibel and Basil Kreimendahl.
Stephen Karam’s ‘The Humans,’ like Annie Baker’s ‘John,’ uses realism to sharpen our attention to something bigger.
The administrator travels from Synchronicity Theatre to join the Windy City troupe.
ATC’s 2015–16 season will feature plays by Dan LeFranc, Thomas Bradshaw, and Abe Koogler, plus a new spin on ‘The Wiz’ with Bailiwick Chicago.
The company will conduct a nationwide search to find a successor for the late artistic director PJ Paparelli.
American Theater Company’s docutheatre piece ‘The Project(s)’ takes up residence at the intersection of poverty, race and real estate.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author talks about unsettling his audience and repainting the Muslim image in the West.