Despite news reports to the contrary, TJ and Dave’s departure does not spell the end of iO’s Mission Theater.
Drama critics commit shameful blunder in reviewing Steppenwolf’s Grand Concourse.
Jeanne Bishop writes a book about the “hubris” of mandatory life sentences.
Deep thoughts on reading the Sunday papers
Arguing with the Sunday Chicago Tribune
At DrekFest, Stage Left’s annual contest for terrible ten-minutes plays, the worst is yet to come.
Culinary icons from Paul Kahan to Rick Bayless, Grant Achatz to Matthias Merges, Ina Pinkney to Homaro Cantu have forged unlikely relationships with brands such as Nestlé, Kraft, and Lean Cuisine. The results might surprise you.
No agreement among Chicago drama critics
Chris Jones publishes an anthology of Chicago Tribune theater criticism.
A different direction for WBEZ: one with more listener-generated content and fewer paid contributors
Thinking about Hammerstein’s musical before its performance at Lyric Opera
Rick Kogan might be sentimental—just don’t call him a sentimentalist.
Why opinion from Chicago matters in New York—and vice versa
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, November 19, 2012
The Mike Daisey dustup raises a question: Does truth matter in theater?