And, in the process, gives the entire ending away.
The new disaster movie-cum-romantic melodrama is most provocative after its characters survive a plane crash in the Rocky Mountains
Chekhov’s masterwork gets a master staging.
Aaron Posner adapts another Chekhov classic, this time for Lookingglass Theatre.
An endless meet-cute and an off-key farce are among this week’s notables.
A Neo-Futurist show, a drama about an almost unimaginable alliance, and a satire of Hollywood’s golden age are among the hits this week.
Christopher Durang’s overrated Tony Award winner is a case of absurdism lite.
The Hypocrites’ Three Sisters proves a surprisingly fruitful collaboration.
The 25th annual Rhinoceros Theater Festival presents the cozy side of fringe.
Comparing the Steven Spielberg blockbuster, currently playing in a new 3-D version, to Uncle Vanya and the classic Polish drama The Structure of Crystals
What’s on the Agenda for Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Fresh opinions from Reader critics
A new adaptation of Three Sisters, written by Tracy Letts and directed by Anna Shapiro
The latest performing arts reviews from our critics
New reviews and notable films in this week’s Chicago Reader.