He never got the big breaks, but the 1990s improv and solo stalwart has figured some things out.
The table is set this month with theater world premieres, dance works in progress, and comedy with cured meat.
The star of Porchight’s revival talks about surviving the postingenue years.
Here are ten sweet options onstage this month.
Now in its third year, the Chicago International Latino Theater Festival celebrates artists at home and abroad.
The Museum of Contemporary Art and Prop Thtr offer directors a chance to adapt between venues.
Productions this fall in Chicago suggest their numbers are growing, but women in theatrical design still struggle for jobs and recognition.
A two-night series at Steppenwolf gives Muslim artists a chance to reclaim their narratives.
Yippie Fest builds on the bones of Abbie Hoffman Died for Our Sins.
The body-positive burlesque-inspired hive of performance queens fills the Den.
Collaboraction’s annual anthology of short plays about peace, love, and understanding kicks off its season on the south side.
The snake-haired Gorgon gets a narrative makeover in this touring devised piece.
The Neo-Futurists host a marathon reading of the special counsel’s report.
In R.C. Riley’s solo show, a rape and a crisis of faith lead to self-acceptance.
Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre’s world premiere shows the struggles of Black women in classical dance.