An alum of the housing projects learns of a project to document his childhood home.
An 11th-hour effort fails to save the longtime home of Organic and Black Ensemble theater companies.
A review of The Pegasus Players’ Young Playwrights Festival in the soon-retired Hull House.
Surely no words ever written by any theater critic stirred more local buzz than Michael Billington’s 2004 observation in London’s Guardian that “Chicago . . . [is] the current theatre capital of America.” It came like manna from heaven to the denizens of this no longer even second city, and they seized upon it. At last the flyover on […]
Pegasus Players team up with Hull House.
The BLT Bonanza, the Botanic Garden’s Pepper Weekend, talks by Slow Food USA president Joshua Viertel, and more.
The Chicago Anarchist Film Festival’s opening night film, “On the Verge: The Smash EDO Campaign,” documents the five-year-long protest outside a British plant aimed at disrupting the supply of arms for the Iraq war.
A 2007 documentary, The Five Ring Circus, details the high costs to Vancouver of its bid for the 2010 Winter Olympics. The film screens Friday at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum.
This week’s talks, tastings, and events.