THE DEATH OF THE LAST BLACK MAN IN THE WHOLE ENTIRE WORLD Chicago Actors Ensemble at Preston Bradley Community Center Suzan-Lori Parks’s The Death of the Last Black Man in […]
Will the Chicago Theatre wind up in the hands of Jam Productions? That’s one possibility being mentioned as the deadline looms for repayment of a $12.5 million federal loan.
Secret memo reveals CTA plans!
In Which He Obtains the Ultimate Shiksa Goddess
It’s healthy, it’s multicultural, and it only took 20 years to get here.
Don’t ask me how he built the thing. I’m not the technical one. Money. I understand money. Enough money and you can have anything–even the Whore of Babylon. Just kidding. […]
A poll: Seen any change in consumer behavior since the election?
A Bad Year for the Antichrist
CHIGGERS Metraform Parody, once a popular comic style, has in recent years fallen on hard times, a victim of its own success. How can anyone hope to equal Blazing Saddles, […]
We met Christina Eason stationed outside the Cozy Cloud Cottage on the fifth floor of Marshall Field’s downtown store, where the wait to whisper in Santa’s ear had ebbed to […]
A CURIOUS CHRISTMAS Mettle Theatre at Heartland Cafe Studio Theatre Curious indeed, and with a strong debt to Beckett, A Curious Christmas is best summed up by one of its […]
Year of the Camcorder: Is it life, or is it Memorex?
Center Theater’s droll, zesty, and imaginatively performed revival of this ahead-of-its-time 1957 Broadway flop has proven a holiday hit with family audiences looking for something both kids and parents can […]
Dahmer’s Dad Tells All
It’s 4 AM and I’m swimming through crowds of dancers. They’re everywhere in this club–on benches, bar stools, tabletops, in every possible nook and cranny. The only people not dancing […]