In a recent New Yorker profile of Natasha Lyonne, star and creator of the trippy Netflix series Russian Doll, Lyonne reflects on her heritage as the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, […]
Political prisoners swallow their pride (and maybe some poison) in Rivendell’s world premiere.
An intellectual debate escalates into the unwinding of tightly-coiled fears.
The Rivendell world premiere is a thrilling, harrowing ride.
A delightful kids’ show and a Neo-Futurist’s look at dementia are among this week’s best bets.
Mary Chase’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1945 comedy was and remains a sweet break from the general awfulness.
Bertolt Brecht’s satire set in 1930s gangland Chicago and Interrobang Theatre’s local premiere of an off-Broadway hit are among this week’s best bets.
This week’s stage highlights include three losers who (hopefully) make good and four 19th-century fictional heroines battling their would-be betrotheds.
London Wall, Milk Like Sugar, and ten more new theater reviews
My Kind of Town and The Whole World Is Watching, look at ugly chapters in Chicago history
Colm O’Reilly in Mickle Maher’s adaptation of An Actor Prepares, the classic textbook by Stanislavski
Steppenwolf hosts a trio of new plays from young local companies.