The hourlong series of microplays remains exhilarating and vital.
A Korean-American family drama and an all-female Annoyance troupe are among this week’s best bets.
The Neo-Futurists’ final performance of their flagship show retained the vitality of its initial run back in 1988.
From Theater on the Lake to spaceship on the park, 2016 was a weird time in the city.
The ensemble script a future without Too Much Light.
Neo-Futurists founder Greg Allen pulls the plug on Chicago’s longest-running show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.
A mashup of Shakespeare with The Partridge Family and The Brady Bunch is one of this week’s high- (or maybe lowlights).
There’s preholiday gloom galore on Chicago stages.
A weekend at Curious Theatre Branch’s 26th annual Rhinofest turns up old fringe favorites and potent new investigations.
The Neo-Futurists reflect on a quarter century of their forever-running show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.
Curious Theatre Branch mounts the 24th annual Rhinofest
Storefront Playwright Project puts Emilio Williams (and a couple dozen other playwrights) in the Hot Tix window
Highlights of Edgewater’s Fable Festival of plays
“Playwrights as Writers” panel Saturday, 11/19, 2 PM, at the Chicago Book Expo.
The Complete Lost Works of Samuel Beckett As Found in an Envelope (Partially Burned) in a Dustbin in Paris Labeled “Never to Be Performed. Never. Ever. EVER! Or I’ll Sue. I’LL SUE FROM THE GRAVE!”, presented by Neo-Futurist and Theatre Oobleck founders.