This month, we look at joy as a candle in the darkness and hear from artists Yao Nana Dogbe and Michelle Renee Bester.
Director Edward Hall and actor Katy Sullivan discuss the unique qualities that the Paralympian brings to one of Shakespeare’s iconic roles.
As Chicago’s MPAACT remounts ‘Tad in 5th City,’ which first ran in 2010, its content finds new and continuing resonances within the Chicago community.
Mined from the archives of Dana Delany’s social media is a new Goodman thriller from a creative team that includes Jen Silverman, Mike Donahue, and Dane Laffrey.
Nearing its first birthday, the Chicago bookstore stages a show in its space, by a playwright who’s logged some quality writing at the café.
As we start the new year, we, along with theatremakers Owais Ahmed and Mikael Burke, are dreaming about what future theatre might hold.
Sanders-Andrews, who works alongside artistic director Brent Hazelton, started in the new job on Jan. 2.
Schulfer leaves after 50 momentous years with the company, to be replaced at the start of the next season by the company’s current managing director/COO.
When the city of Chicago needed the Park District building where the company had performed for a decade, this Edgewater theatre used the opportunity to expand its footprint.
The storied Chicago actor is remembered by 2 longtime colleagues.