Though it has some of Lifeline’s patented how-do-they-do-that effects, like a completely persuasive storm at sea achieved with nothing but video, some noise, and actors purporting to be blown around, […]
While many of us (perhaps too optimistically) planned to complete any number of creative projects over the course of pandemic isolation parts one, two, or—dare I say it—three, 300 Chicago-area […]
Three plays by teen writers offer historical twists, absurdity, and some on-the-nose social commentary.
Lifeline’s staging of Charles Johnson’s novel has sea legs.
Pegasus Theatre Chicago celebrates 33 years of fostering teen writers.
Young audiences may appreciate it more than their parents.
There’s a raft of recommended new plays this week.
The Broadway musical based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel and a Pinter classic are among this week’s best bets.
An 11th-hour effort fails to save the longtime home of Organic and Black Ensemble theater companies.
What’s on the Agenda for Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Pegasus Players team up with Hull House.