The longtime critic and reporter, now theatre and dance editor at the Chicago Reader, gives her take on the city’s vibrant, often misunderstood theatre scene.
The new Chicago building will contain an in-the-round performance space and will be next door to the theatre’s current home.
From the Broadway debut of ‘Hello, Dolly!’ to the first performances of Steppenwolf and the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre, January was hardly a cold month for theatre.
Inspired by the Kilroys, the Chicago theatre has compiled a list of plays centering marginalized and intersectional stories, available for production.
A conversation with the playwright about epic theatre, political uplift, and why she doesn’t need “allies.”
The ‘SpongeBob’ director has built a career on experimentation, even within traditional forms. Her next assignment: a musical of ‘Dave.’
She is directing two productions back to back; here’s how she chooses her projects.
The season will feature a world premieres by Bruce Norris and Isaac Gomez, and the return of Sam Shepard’s ‘True West.’
This private, devout, and thoughtful man shared so much of himself onstage because that’s where he had the most to give to others.
The man who embodied Chicago acting was most alive on its stages, sharing his gift with the colleagues and audiences who shaped him.