How one iconic Chicago theatre photographer captures the ‘now’ not only with his camera but with his whole body and soul.
Now in its 55th year, Chicago’s 2023 Equity Jeff Awards saw big wins for “The Who’s Tommy” and “The Dream King.”
This month, we check in with companies who are making impacts within their communities and artists receiving well-deserved attention.
Currently co-leading Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, N.Y., Mannelli wiill follow Michael Maso’s 41-year term in the Boston post.
Succeeding leadership that had steered the organization for over 3 decades, Hall and Motes will step into their new roles in October.
AT’s new Chicago editors check in on happenings at theatres large and small: openings, closings, notable folks, and assorted chisme.
After 37 years at the helm of Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Gaines has found the right time to step away from the company she founded.
A latecomer to acting, he had a rich, varied, decades-long career onstage and on screen, not only as a performer but as a mentor, teacher, and leader.
After 33 years working alongside founding A.D. Barbara Gaines, Henderson will step down to pursue new creative endeavors.
Broadway-bound for the first time at 79, working actor Beasley feels that his role in ‘The Notebook’ came along at just the right time.