This fall, more than ever, the artists are helping us through.
This year, queer performers dismantle digital boundaries while creating their own spaces.
Jack Helbig told the whole strange story of the filmmaker’s disappearance in two installments.
What motivated the Steppenwolf playwright to give the Jeffs the cold shoulder?
George Brant scores a direct hit with Grounded, his one-woman play.
Late Night at Garage Rep, Steppenwolf’s eclectic new weekly series, features up-and-coming Chicago artists.
Performing kids and a tribute to Jenny Magnus fill Prop Thtr for Rhinofest’s 25th anniversary
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, January 9
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, August 28
Nine short plays have “Rebecca” in the title at the inaugural Indie Boots Theatre Festival.
What’s on the Agenda for Friday, September 28, 2012
Tracy Letts’s first play was a canny, nasty black comedy.
California responds to The Girl, the Grouch, and the Goat–the musical by Reader critic Jack Helbig and Urinetown composer Mark Hollmann.
A musical by Urinetown composer Mark Hollmann and Reader critic Jack Helbig gets its west-coast premiere.
A musical by Mark Hollmann and the Reader’s Jack Helbig gets press in Kansas.