Two writers explore Chicago theatre, from the city’s ensemble ethos to the effects of racism on the contemporary theatre scene.
Some of the nation’s biggest theatrical questions are being asked, and vigorously answered, in Chicago.
Artists of color have had to work hard just to get to work in the Windy City, and in the process they’ve changed its theatres for the better.
The man who embodied Chicago acting was most alive on its stages, sharing his gift with the colleagues and audiences who shaped him.
Spolin and Sills Laid Down The Rules. The Generations Who Came After Played by Them. That’s How Chicago Invented Itself.