The production deals with a number of social issues without allowing them to upstage the story.
Instead this Greenhouse production invents its central dramatic incident to make its point.
Paula Vogel’s play, now making its Chicago debut, retraces the path of Sholem Asch’s God of Vengeance.
The alternative to the Chicago Pride Parade announces its solidarity with Palestine after a controversy broke out involving pro-Israel marchers in 2017.
Also, the ACLU criticizes former U.S. attorney Zachary Fardon’s open letter on Chicago violence.
Also, one state legislator is getting death threats after proposing a state holiday in honor of former President Obama.
Irving Cutler, professor emeritus at Chicago State and author of The Jews of Chicago, looks back on local anti-Semitism
Also, a 29-year-old political novice from Skokie is running for governor in 2018.
The comic explores his own double consciousness in a one-man show at Silk Road Rising.
Music Box presents the controversial German miniseries Generation War.
In Wagner & Me, Stephen Fry tries to separate the German composer from his Nazi fans
Nachtmystium advances black metal by breaking all its rules.
Nobody likes a Nazi, but Art Jones has found his niche