Here in a pre-Broadway tryout, this show based on the novel needs a lot more wind beneath its wings.
Art Shay Maybe you’ve heard of Vivian Maier? The “North Shore nanny” who exploded into posthumous fame after thousands of her photos were uncovered virtually by accident? Human empathy shines […]
Riot grrrls come to terms with the past in Another Kind of Love, with music from Crystal Skillman and Heidi Rodewald.
Aguijón Theater’s dreamlike staging of Federico García Lorca’s La Casa de Bernarda Alba is worth the trek.
TV Land is about to launch the Chicago-bred improv troupe’s show Teachers.
Kristoffer Diaz’s farce The Upstairs Concierge, now playing at the Goodman, is as dumb as it is dated.
‘I love me some Rahm Emanuel’—words you don’t hear every day on Chicago’s south side
Challenger Amy Crawford says Alderman James Cappleman hasn’t done enough to crack down on crime.
A look at five City Council races that show the shifting political landscape in Chicago.
Fighting to stay in the City Council, Alderman Toni Foulkes tells voters that she is, in fact, African-American.
Affordable housing has been a divisive issue in the 46th Ward for years, but neither candidate for alderman is talking about it much before the April 7 runoff.
The Diary of Anne Frank at Writers Theatre is a shaky production stuck fast in midcentury American optimism.
Mitts readies herself for a fight with the teachers’ union as she faces a runoff against teacher Tara Stamps.
Byron Sigcho is hoping a recount shows he has a few dozen more votes to force a runoff with 25th Ward alderman Danny Solis.
The National Theatre of Scotland returns with Dunsinane, David Greig’s imagined sequel to the Scottish play.