Christmas trains, elves, bingo, showgirls, and many, many carols, plus the Quranic perspective and Hanukkah goblins.
And together they provide two perspectives on black women’s lives, written by black women.
But Zachary Stevenson rocks that guitar and glasses like a pro.
A potentially great urban fable gets done in by excess.
The Lincoln Lodge’s Christmas Feztacular and more events the weekend of 12/22-12/24
Hell in a Handbag’s 20th annual production of Rudolph the Red-Hosed Reindeer is among the yuletide highlights.
An inspirational kids’ show and a not-be-missed Lyric Opera production are among this week’s best bets.
Wandachristine journeys through several decades and several lives without getting much of anywhere.
A black Irish comedy and a look at inequity in the local theater scene are among this week’s best bets.
The Goodman’s A Christmas Carol leads the seasonal onslaught.
American Blues Theater revives Amiri Baraka’s searing one-act alongside a new commission that puts gender identity in the spotlight.
A satanic hand puppet, a live version of Cheers, and a Twelfth Night in Hindi are among this season’s highlights.
A monstrous revival and a collaboration between Writers Theatre and Second City are among this week’s theater and performance best bets.
There’s a lot more out there than A Christmas Carol.
Court Theatre’s adaptation of Richard Wright’s novel Native Son reduces societal trauma to situational shame.