Kick off your Sunday shoes.
Our hero a racist? No sirree!
Robin Witt’s production takes a somber tone, downplaying the comic turns.
A simple, elegant Shakespeare adaptation
The music’s fabulous, but the story’s thin.
Jamie Bragg and Heather Smith embody the love that dares to speak its name.
Actor Kareem Bandealy’s playwriting debut overreaches.
Young poets describe its explosive effect on their lives.
Steven Dietz’s play sucker punches its audience again and again and again.
Christina Ham’s play can’t decide whether it’s a jukebox musical revue or a dramatic stage bio.
Joe Zettelmaier’s heist comedy unfolds with the grace of a well-maintained droid.
A play about a storefront theater playing in a storefront theater
So Godzilla, Mothra, and Gamera go to a funeral. . .
Witches, monsters, selkies, cosmic musings and family dramas, and, of course, the Golden Girls
The El Paso-born playwright’s newest work premieres this week at Steppenwolf.