Back in 1996, the late playwright August Wilson delivered an address at the annual conference for Theatre Communications Group, the national service organization for theaters in the U.S. Entitled “The Ground on Which I Stand,” Wilson’s speech (later released as a book) took aim at racism and Eurocentrism in American theater, particularly when it comes […]
By definition, futurology is the study of current trends, the findings of which can be used to forecast future developments. It’s also a schema that applies perfectly to this current, uncertain era of Chicago theater, and one that is the driving ethos behind Teatro Vista’s 30th season, the first to be helmed by the company’s […]
Their annual festival is on pandemic pause, but CLATA still celebrates the diversity of local theater companies.
Now in its third year, the Chicago International Latino Theater Festival celebrates artists at home and abroad.
A new adaptation of Macbeth makes its U.S. debut at the Chicago Latino Theater Alliance’s Destinos festival.
The celebration lasts four days, with tours, workshops, and staged readings of six new plays.
And organizer Myrna Salazar wants you to buy a ticket.