Jay Españo brings international perspective as the new AD for PrideArts; plus Leaders for a New Chicago awards and a new fund in honor of the late Malcolm Ewen
Getting back to normal isn’t going to happen. And in many ways, it shouldn’t.
A departure at PrideArts, an arrival at Second City, and the closing of the Frontier and Understudy; Kristiana Rae Colón wins a new prize.
The Pursuit of Happiness and Pride and Prejudice confront the limitations of Zoom culture with exhilarating results.
Yanira Castro, Meshell Ndegeocello, and Irene Hsiao create performance pieces for the at-home audience; Pride comes out of the closet with a new name.
PFP’s story contains lessons about board oversight and artist empowerment.
Some familiar cast-offs get a chance to show off their reality-competition chops in this new musical.
Pride Films and Plays provides an emotionally engaging production of this set-in-Dublin musical.
The latest Chicago stage shows range from the rawly emotional to the enjoyably ridiculous.
BoHo Theatre’s production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning show is musical theater at its very finest.