The artist’s new collection of autobiographical comics looks at the highs and lows of everyday life with humor and lightness.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe hit offers an illuminating look at casual hookups.
Clare Barron’s play explores the shame of success and the strength of female friendships.
Christopher Wheeldon’s World’s Fair magic makes its last appearance at the Auditorium.
The newest company members have international roots but a common passion for the art.
Unlimited eggs, mimosas, and drag performances for the whole family
Mark Ryden’s set and costumes engage with childhood fears while delivering a steady stream of whimsy.
LA troupe Ate9 pairs with skilled local companies Visceral and Deeply Rooted for a triple-header.
After a yearlong hiatus, Margi Cole’s company undergoes a dramatic restructuring.
The choreographer returns to Chicago to celebrate the beauty of the lakefront.
Esoteric Dance Project’s new program explores what makes us move the way we do.
Chicago dancers unite to raise money to support their colleagues with health issues.
Otherworld Theatre makes a lackluster debut in its new space.
Khecari’s latest event, four years in the making, is designed to make viewers think they’re on a wilderness retreat.
Rhythm connects the Chicago international dance community on a spiritual level.