In serving constellations of disability, this growing program within Chicago Children’s Theatre builds confidence, celebrates joy, and fills a gap in support networks.
For both practical and aesthetic reasons, theatres are banding together to create new works in rolling world premieres.
In addition to the usual perennial holiday fare, December shows repurpose classic tales for all ages.
Is your child the family scene-stealer? Theatres across the country have classes and activities for students to take part in during the summer months.
Chicago Children’s Theatre and Imagination Stage are establishing fruitful partnerships to present dance/theatre to their audiences.
What happens when writers accustomed to grown-up audiences aim younger? The results can be rich and rewarding for all concerned—though there are pitfalls.
The slates includes seven plays, including a world premiere by Nambi E. Kelley about the Civil Rights Movement as seen through a child’s eyes.
Rachel Rockwell and Michael Mahler’s new version takes inspiration from Joan Jett, Queen and the Beatles as much as from Lewis Carroll.
The Hypocrites founder made his name punking the classics. Now, as a solo auteur, he’s leavening Greek tragedies.
Theatres are forming initiatives to make performances and theatre spaces more accessible.