Green-Rogers brings a dramaturgical approach to leadership roles at The Theatre School at DePaul and the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.
As it closes in on 50 years in Chicago, the theatre Taylor built is preparing for its next chapter in a legacy of producing, mentoring, and paying it forward.
This month, we check in with companies who are making impacts within their communities and artists receiving well-deserved attention.
In serving constellations of disability, this growing program within Chicago Children’s Theatre builds confidence, celebrates joy, and fills a gap in support networks.
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.
Their styles may differ, but these Chicago-bred brothers have honored their history and innovated for the future with works made together and apart.
Albany Park Theater Project partnered with Third Rail Projects to create a new immersive production that invites audiences into apartments in one of Chicago’s most diverse neighborhoods.
During a difficult time in Chicago theatre, we look at the current struggles of local theatres and the promise of theatre sustaining moving forward.
Joining Writers Theatre after running Seattle Rep has reconnected him to his youthful love for making theatre, but he knows there’s still much work to be done.