Personal stories become fodder for improv scenes in this week’s best bet. Plus: New Millennium’s death by thee and thou
“Sandwich artists” go rogue and nameless women go nowhere in two of this week’s notable stage shows.
A monstrous revival and a collaboration between Writers Theatre and Second City are among this week’s theater and performance best bets.
Fifteen new reviews of stage shows including limited runs of Cabaret and the one-man show Sancho: An Act of Remembrance.
Theater Wit’s Bad Jews and the Goodman’s Stop. Reset. are among our senior theater critic’s favorites of the year.
The Chicago Theater Memorial Bike Ride commemorates theater professionals who have recently passed.
As one friend put it, the world without Tutterow “will be a world less loving, less jovial, with fewer bawdy jokes.”
A memorial for longtime Chicago Dramatists’ leader Russ Tutterow is set for July 13 at the Goodman Theatre.
His colleagues react to the news.
Chicago Commercial Collective is booking Midwest college tours for five off-Loop theater productions.
Chicago Commercial Collective wants to give off-Loop hits a profitable afterlife.
What’s on the Agenda for Sunday, September 2, 2012
A new play from Andrew Hinderaker, author of Suicide, Incorporated
J.R. Jones on The Wise Kids, his number 8 movie of 2011.
Sarah Gubbins’s The Kid Thing and Sean Graney’s Sophocles: Seven Sicknesses