Celeste M. Cooper and Cliff Chamberlain join the chosen 50.
“He was absolutely impossible not to love, absolutely impossible not to respect,” says Steppenwolf artistic director Anna D. Shapiro.
Steppenwolf’s Girls-like latest scores laughs but pulls its own punches.
Steppenwolf’s latest is a darkly funny, compellingly strange indictment of just about everyone.
Steppenwolf Theatre’s new, official statement on Hedy Weiss: “Let’s talk.”
Just because you disagree with her criticism doesn’t make her a bigot.
The latest Chicago stage shows range from the rawly emotional to the enjoyably ridiculous.
In addition, actors in Chicago and elsewhere have come forward to share their own stories of abuse.
The best parts of Steppenwolf’s Mary Page Marlowe may be the ones that aren’t there.
An interview with Steppenwolf Theatre artistic director Martha Lavey, who will step down from her post in 2015.
Theater announces new artistic and directors, and also expansion plans.
In Steppenwolf’s This Is Our Youth, Kenneth Lonergan’s ugly-sweet play has affinities with an old black-and-white movie.
Producer Scott Rudin drops the Broadway version of Bruce Norris’s Clybourne Park
Estelle Parsons stars when Steppenwolf’s 2007 hit comes to the Oriental Theatre.
The Hypocrites’ 2008 staging of Our Town heads to New York this week, and Lookingglass’s new version of the same play opens here.