The first in the Windy City since 2010 and the first nationwide TCG gathering since 2022, it will be held in a hybrid format in partnership with the League of Chicago Theatres.
In its second year, the fellowship named for the late Congo Square Theatre artistic director will pair a Windy City theatre with a director for a residency.
After more than a year of uncertainty and some hopeful planning, some theatres’ aspirations for a fall return are crashing into a fresh COVID surge.
With the COVID Delta variant surging, more than 65 arts organizations and venues unite behind safety measures through the end of 2021.
After a period of turnover and uncertainty, leaders in this resilient community look toward a vibrant reopening—even if it doesn’t happen until 2022.
The year-long fellowship for Black Chicago-area artists is aimed at creating lasting relationships between artists and theatres.
As Broadway shutters to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the nation’s small and regional theatres follow suit—and enter a time of grave uncertainty.
A town known for tight acting ensembles and distinctive writers may have another ace in the hole: its directors.
From the death of actor Eleanora Duse to momentous events for Mill Mountain Theatre and the American Indian Theatre Company, April has been a notable month for theatre.
Chicago just lost one of its most valuable players, Sam Roberson Jr. of Congo Square Theatre. His friends and colleagues remember him in their own words.