American Music Theatre Project unveils three student-created pieces in this year’s online Capstone Festival.
With Mosque4Mosque and other plays, MENA playwright and actor Omer Abbas Salem creates space for Muslim and Arab artists.
Court Theatre unveils a digital experiment in microtheater.
Theatre Above the Law’s production lets its leads drop the masks for one moment in time.
Jon Tai’s intimate take on magic and storytelling comes (virtually) to A Red Orchid.
This year’s Bechdel Fest realigns online.
Melissa Leilani Larson and Lavina Jadhwani reimagine a classic for BIPOC voices.
With a trio of walkabout podcasts, Chicago Children’s Theatre urges kids to go take a hike.
A trifecta of radio plays examines the present through the lens of the past.
The Neo-Futurists create short digital plays about the often-overlooked women in the White House.
Theatre Y turns Young Jean Lee’s play into an elliptical but moving film project.
A livestreamed multidisciplinary festival crosses a wishlist with a treasure hunt.
Their annual festival is on pandemic pause, but CLATA still celebrates the diversity of local theater companies.
This year’s virtual festival of plays breaks through our global isolation.
The 88-year-old musical theater icon talks about staying home—and coming out.