Gift Theatre brings a dark fable to life.
Leah Nanako Winkler’s raucous and poignant family drama gets a stellar local premiere with the Gift Theatre.
An adoptee seeks comfort and safety in lupine identity in Hansol Jung’s latest.
The 2004 Pulitzer-winner is relevant once again.
The film The Train of Salt and Sugar and more goings-on 6/29-7/1.
He brings utter control over the language and a quality of hard-won majesty to the role.
We listened to all 18 hours of it so you don’t have to.
Instead, Stacy Osei-Kuffour’s dark comedy leaves him dangling from a noose.
A world premiere at Gift Theatre and a play about abortion are among this week’s notable plays.
Two musical improv groups are among this week’s best bets.
Efforts are underway to make Chicago’s theater less uniformly white, thin, able-bodied, and gender-conforming.
The Gift Theatre’s gutsy new take on Shakespeare’s Othello gives us a more Moorish Moor.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, August 28
Fresh theater, comedy, and dance criticism from the Reader.