A former cabbie talks to writer Reginald Edmund about Ride Share at Writers Theatre—and the real-life experiences that inspired it.
An all-star cast of cameos is a balm for forced cheer.
The onstage taxi has a dramatic backstory.
Despite the update to a female cabdriver, the script’s fundamental flaws remain unaddressed.
Strawdog’s production of Bennett Fisher’s play feels like a torturous lecture.
Hell in a Handbag’s 20th annual production of Rudolph the Red-Hosed Reindeer is among the yuletide highlights.
The best-ever explanation for what makes reindeer fly and the 25th anniversary of a Chicago classic are among this week’s best bets.
There’s a lot more out there than A Christmas Carol.
Theater, parties, markets, and more to add to your holiday calendar.
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