There are different schools of thought on how the world avoided its own destruction during the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962. The case put forward in Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy’s memoir Thirteen Days (published posthumously in 1969), the basis for this original adaptation for the stage by Brian Pastor, is unambiguous. After an […]
City Lit’s docudrama captures some of the “moral muck” facing the south’s first Black Congresswoman.
The Devil and Daniel Webster and Trial by Jury make up the musical doubleheader.
After a bout with cancer, the playwright looks into an uncertain future.
The World Music Festival wraps up and more happenings around town.
City Lit Theater’s production highlights the genius of George Bernard Shaw.
Josie Dunn at Lincoln Hall and more goings on 8/10-8/12
The eponymous Prometheus is seen not so much as standing for anything as he is standing, basta.
An inspirational kids’ show and a not-be-missed Lyric Opera production are among this week’s best bets.
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 dual-sided look at health care and an electrifying study of heroism are among this week’s best bets.
Short dramatic takes on nondramatic work at the sixth annual Art of Adaptation Festival.
Play reading marks Lincoln’s 200th birthday.
Off-Loop theaters team up to celebrate Lillian Hellman’s work.
A June 30 memorial celebration will honor off-Loop theater artist Page Hearn.