Food has been the thread, through hope and grief.
With the first Chicago snow of the season also came the opening of Florencia en el Amazonas, and the late Daniel Catán’s opera kept the audience warm with hot romance on a riverboat making its way to Manaus, Brazil. We are greeted with lush jungle greens that flank the stage and the El Dorado sitting […]
The city’s Cultural Asset Mapping Project (C.A.M.P.) uses creative storytelling, data visualization, and many other collaborative tools to build arts engagement on the south and west sides.
With Mosque4Mosque and other plays, MENA playwright and actor Omer Abbas Salem creates space for Muslim and Arab artists.
“Shukran Bas” flips the cultural appropriation lens with a music video parody.
Just in case you had any doubts that Shakespeare was still relevant.
Still, Mercury Theater’s production hits all the right notes.
Shannon O’Neill’s drama is a true Irish blessing.
The complicated emotions of POC cops are palpable, but the portrayal of women feels outdated.