Tired of the rough stuff in Rogers Park, Curious Theatre Branch will take its shows on the road.
Latina homemakers Diana Mucci-Beauchamp and Rosie Vargas Goldberg are betting $100,000 there’s a movie in their roots.
After a long and expensive campaign Frankie Janisch’s restaurant and theater may finally get a liquor license. But will it be too late?
Some new Boys Town condo owners want Circuit shut down because it’s too loud. Their neighbors Mike Swingler, Steven heintz, and Ben Scheie say the noise comes with the territory.
CJ Mitchell brings big-time arts administration to the little north-side space. But is dance getting the shaft?
After a hard fall, Fred Burkhart says he’s through with his weekly coffeehouse and fringe performance haven.
The Pritzker Pavilion may be pretty, but it can’t replace the Petrillo Music Shell.
Maripat Donovan’s sequel to Late Night Catechism has her partner Vicki Quade crying foul.
Prop Thtr’s Scott Vehill and Chicago Dramatists’ Ann Filmer bring the national new-play trade show to town.
Art Institute professor Claire Pentecost rushed to the aide of a friend and wound up in a post-9/11 nightmare.
Discontent erupts at the development the city’s touting as a model for affordable artists’ housing.
In the Works theater company founder Jenniffer Thusing and other southwest-side thespian types want to work where they live.
The Noble Fool failed in the Loop, but managing director Paul Botts thinks it can survive in the suburbs.
According to at least one of the experts at last week’s International Conference on Cultural Economics, it’s because we give them too much money.
Peacemonger and sometime congressional candidate Bill Scheurer takes up a new cause: short fiction