Vampires, stalkers, monsters, and other horrors included.
Meet the indomitable Mary Emma Woolley and Jeannette Marks.
There’s a raft of recommended new plays this week.
Tanya Barfield’s clear-eyed play follows two women over the course of their five-decade-long lesbian relationship.
A Chicago premiere from Runcible and another success from Porchlight are among this week’s best bets.
A satanic hand puppet, a live version of Cheers, and a Twelfth Night in Hindi are among this season’s highlights.
How about a joyously trashy revival of Porn Minus Porn?
Tattoos for Tails, About Face Theatre’s Wonka Ball, and more happenings from April 15-17
Queen Christina of Sweden a black lesbian? Why not?
On the off-Loop scene: the latest from local playwright Philip Dawkins, an obscure Tennessee Williams one-act, and a Neil LaBute funfest
Bonnie Metzgar has been appointed American Theater Company’s interim director.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, June 2
Brahamn/I, Aditi Brennan Kapil’s play about a stand-up of ambiguous sexuality, ends up prisoner to its premise.
Chicago Commercial Collective wants to give off-Loop hits a profitable afterlife.
Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride juxtaposes gay couples in London 50 years apart.