The Neo-Futurists host a marathon reading of the special counsel’s report.
Theaters from around the country are donating materials to furnish Douglas high school’s drama room “to show love and support.”
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.
The Goodman’s A Christmas Carol leads the seasonal onslaught.
The Chicago theater community debates casting for Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’s In the Heights.
Efforts are underway to make Chicago’s theater less uniformly white, thin, able-bodied, and gender-conforming.
García Lorca gets transplanted to the Dust Bowl, and an off-Loop mainstay goes noir.
Wishcamper explains how to make an old classic feel relevant again.
Lillian Hellman’s prescient midcentury melodrama is a portrait of rapacity.
Conor McPherson’s play The Night Alive may not be great, but it’s superb in its goodness.
While hustling to build its Jeanne Gang-designed dream house, the North Shore theater born in a bookshop put on a brilliant season.
The Goodman’s wan Ask Aunt Susan, Seth Bockley’s take on Miss Lonelyhearts, has none of the book’s boldness or bite.
Conor McPherson calls Strindberg’s tune in a new adapation of The Dance of Death, now at Writers Theatre.
Goodman Theatre stages Jon Robin Baitz’s Other Desert Cities.