Theatre Y. performs András Visky’s Porn
Bleak as it can be, The Iceman Cometh is a comedy at heart
Bailiwick Chicago and the New Colony coproduce futuristic Rise of the Numberless
Neil LaBute gets Agatha Christie-esque with In a Forest, Dark and Deep
Goodman’s Casino Real: not recommended for the squeamish
Trap Door Theatre stages a play by Romania’s Matei Vişniec
Updating Molière is trickier than it looks
Justin Hayford reviews Doug Wright’s I Am My Own Wife and Alexandra Billings’s Before I Disappear.
Justin Hayford reviews Brett Neveu’s 2002 drama Eric LaRue at A Red Orchid Theatre.
Albert Williams reviews Steppenwolf Theatre’s 1999 production of Hysteria, by British playwright Terry Johnson
Adam Langer reviews Stephen Sachs’s play Sweet Nothing in My Ear.
Justin Hayford reviews Fatzer: Demise of the Egoist.
The Neo-Futurists are something of an enigma in an increasingly conservative age: a vocally political, openly experimental theater company that still sells out every weekend and has been doing so virtually from the moment their show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, first opened in December 1988. No other group in town takes […]