Factory Theater takes a stab at stories like The Handmaid’s Tale and The Stepford Wives (that suburban dystopia envisioned originally by novelist Ira Levin in 1972, and then translated to […]
Kim Boler directs Mike Beyer and Kirk Pynchon’s Cleveland-set comedy about gentrification, nostalgia, and karaoke; not necessarily in that order. A group of regulars meets up on a frigid winter […]
Even though we’re posting this on April 1, we’re not foolin’: we think you’ll find something to enjoy in this week’s list of upcoming events. FRI 4/1 Chicago Repertory Ballet […]
A Cleveland bar faces gentrification in Factory’s latest.
Factory Theater kicks off its season with an homage to Scooby-Do and pierogies.
Here are ten sweet options onstage this month.
It’s firmly rooted in the 80s, in more ways than one.
Tropes of the genre just don’t work onstage the same way they do on-screen.
Not that there was ever any doubt.
Bike the Drive and more goings-on 5/25-5/28.
A remounted spoof with singing dinosaurs and a Misfit Circus cabaret are among this week’s best bets.
A kinder, gentler All About Eve and a multivarious chronicle of the migrant experience are among this week’s best bets.
Ten new reviews of notable stage shows, among them a musical based on Elmer Rice’s expressionist 1923 satire.
Remembering the late film critic’s reaction to Siskel & Ebert Save Chicago
More than three years after it premiered at Factory Theater, Nick Digilio and Mike Meredith’s gleefully vulgar comedy about a group of poker buddies remains remarkably fresh. Of course, poker […]