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 Chicago theatre will program a Manual Cinema play about death and a new adaptation of ‘A Doll’s House.’
From Jane Addams’s co-founding of Chicago’s Hull House to Jane Alexander as a fictional first female Supreme Court justice, October has been a notable month for theatre.
Hierarchical leadership and ‘best practices’ from 20, even 10 years ago, are no longer able to solve the challenges facing our field today.
From a lighting designer/electrician in Texas to a costumer in Chicago, here are some folks you should have on your radar.
Six people who came forward with stories of harassment at the theatre, and where they are now.
Jen Silverman’s Jacobean drama centers a season that opens with ‘Vietgone’ and closes with ‘Next to Normal.’
Each path has its pros and cons, its complications and its trade-offs, as these case studies show.
The lineup will open with a new musical from Dan Collins and Julianne Wick Davis based on an Oscar-winning short film.
Above and beyond union efforts, some U.S. theatres are making better compensation a central mission.