The Artistic Home’s production of Eurydice is, to use a word dropped throughout the show, interesting. On one of the first cold Saturday nights of the year, I left the production (directed by Kathy Scambiattera) ambivalent. Sarah Ruhl’s upheaval of the ancient myth is gorgeous and juicy, layered with a disdain for macho mythology and […]
The Artistic Home gives Jason Hedrick’s world premiere about a grim future a life-affirming production.
Between the lines of intellectual jargon, Tom Stoppard’s play is about the loss of innocence.
The Artistic Home production of The Night of the Iguana, Tennessee Williams’s last major play, is a mixed bag.
In-the-know Chicagoans tell the Reader what they’re watching, reading, and seeing
Tennessee Williams’s rueful pretty boys at Artistic Home and the Raven
Of two shows about kids, Spring Awakening and Girls vs. Boys, one’s juvenile
The Skin of Our Teeth at the Artistic Home: Thornton Wilder’s vintage take on the eternal quandaries