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The drag community showed up and showed out in 2020.
A traveling pick-me-up brings comic relief.
Samantha Irby’s Wow, No Thank You. is just what the doctor ordered.
The Mercury Theater’s closing left a gap in Chicago’s commercial theater market, but artists stepped up to help each other out.
Theater moved us in 2020, even while moving online.
The 12 turns garages in Tri-Taylor into an outdoor exhibit.
Jeanette Andrews connects with at-home audiences.
Gallery Guichard and LVL3 bring the openings to you (brie optional).
Venues were in flux, but Chicago improv pushed back against racism and harassment in 2020.
The 22-year-old artist died in December, but his influence remains incalculable.
Solos in shutdown can be a win-win.
Best of Chicago 2020: Arts & Culture
Outdoor theaters like Lakeshore let us scream together at a safe distance.
Buying local merch helped us keep our cool in 2020.