Twenty years later, I still get chills when I think about the final line in Brett Neveu’s Eric LaRue, his drama about the aftermath of a school shooting, in which […]
Back in the Pleistocene era (that is, 1986), I spent a few months living downtown in the now-gone Herman Crown Center, a Roosevelt University residence hall that also sheltered students […]
Split Single front man Jason Narducy can mold a bit of guitar distortion and a sweet melody into a lifeline. On “Bitten by the Sound,” a standout on Split Single’s […]
The onetime Chicago theatermaker premieres his digital show for Mother’s Day; plus major awards for playwrights and designers and a tribute to Russ Tutterow
Jason Narducy and Brett Neveu’s portrait of a 1983 teen punk band needs more edge.
The new musical Verböten uses the story of Jason Narducy’s forgotten early-80s band to talk about the power of subculture.
Brett Neveu’s play is not so much about the con, but the effect of the con.
In Brett Neveu’s Traitor, an update of Ibsen’s Enemy of the People, the hero ain’t what he used to be.
City Lit Theater’s Books on the Chopping Block pop-up and other local events draw attention to the year’s most challenged works.
A League of One’s Own for Depression-era women’s basketball and a musical based on the Australian cult classic are among this week’s best bets.
Gruesome, violent death lurks in playwright Brett Neveu’s latest, starring Michael Shannon.
A Red Orchid Theatre stages Brett Neveus The Opponent
A Red Orchid Theatre premieres The Opponent
New Reader reviews of Stupid Kids and Old Glory
Justin Hayford reviews Brett Neveu’s 2002 drama Eric LaRue at A Red Orchid Theatre.