PrideArts finds holiday cheer again with a bawdy panto.
The solo artist brings a mankini and hundreds of boxes of Narcan to Spank Bank Time Machine.
Prop Thtr and SurTaal Dance collaborate on the world premiere.
Two Chicago shows put the maligned rodents in the spotlight.
Taxilandia and Armonía offer fresh perspectives on community and connection.
The Understudy staff picks their favorite theater titles for the season.
Drury Lane Theatre’s production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein chestnut gets it right all across the board.
The women behind the man in the Oval Office have a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
It’s storytelling vs. fact-checking in TimeLine’s local premiere of the 2018 Broadway play.
Factory’s holiday show is both smart-assed and sincere.
Ron OJ Parson’s staging focuses on the lost love of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitane.
The Conspirators offer a frenetic romp through our recent national nightmares.
Ghost light by kerry reid
The three actors were all important and beloved players in Chicago theater.
A beloved stalwart of the storefront scene, the actor died at 50 on November 5.
Stages of survival
Creating neighborhood partnerships in Woodlawn and beyond is central to the BIPOC-focused company’s vision.
Jenny Magnus on 35 years with Curious Theatre Branch
Fall Theater & arts preview
Celebrating Chicago’s cultural past and present at the Fine Arts Building
A young theater artist searches for Gary Tucker and the Godzilla Rainbow Troupe.
A seasonal preview of LGBTQ+ theater
Class and internalized racism explode in WELCOME TO MATTESON!
Theatre Y’s Camino productions