Visual arts and architecture highlights break us out of our screen life.
An overview of theater, dance, music, pop-up performances, and other artists and activists that you should know about—this season and year-round
More of the best things happening this fall
An autumn of riches
Ceremonial celebrations include lantern lighting and storytelling.
Sometimes Chicago summers can feel like New Year’s Eve stretched out for four months.
Throw on some oxfords or booties and take advantage of the slim window for this elegant look.
Frankenfest brings four stage adaptations of Mary Shelley’s gothic masterpiece.
No more fascistic lifeguards, just sun-loving Russians expats and triathloners in training.
See Frederick Law Olmsted’s stunning grounds before the Obama Center further encroaches.
The 2018 season opens with Puccini’s sublime music and a cast primed to make the most of it.
In her new memoir Becoming, the former first lady shares her journey from the south side to the White House.
A local debut and a world premiere that just might merit the hype.
LA troupe Ate9 pairs with skilled local companies Visceral and Deeply Rooted for a triple-header.
At Late Night Writers Room the mockery is for charity.