An intellectual debate escalates into the unwinding of tightly-coiled fears.
Paula Vogel’s play, now making its Chicago debut, retraces the path of Sholem Asch’s God of Vengeance.
A local debut and a world premiere that just might merit the hype.
This Thomas Stockmann is courageous, tenacious, and a little nuts: a man of our times.
A classic from Remy Bumppo and a revival from the House Theatre of Chicago are among this week’s best bets.
Chicago Shakespeare stages Julius Caesar, Goodman Theatre mounts Teddy Ferrara.
This funny, moving revival of David Mamet’s wry 1977 one-act perfectly captures the clipped rhythms, cryptic pauses, casual profanity, and semantic precision that are hallmarks of a writer for whom […]