Controversies over abuse, alleged druggings, and “whitewashing” roiled even as Shakespeare 400 Chicago soared.
Not in Our House plans to present a petition to the theater later this week.
Profiles Theatre artistic director Darrell W. Cox dismisses allegations of workplace abuse documented by the Reader.
For more than 20 years, actors and crew members stayed silent about mistreatment they suffered at the acclaimed storefront theater. Now they’re speaking up, hoping to protect workers in non-Equity theaters across the country.
García Lorca gets transplanted to the Dust Bowl, and an off-Loop mainstay goes noir.
Profiles’ The Other Place might offend disability crusaders, but its real flaw is contrivance.
Chicagoans recommend The Dream of the Burning Boy, 7 Wonders, and Lauren Groff’s Arcadia.
Neil LaBute gets Agatha Christie-esque with In a Forest, Dark and Deep