James Sherman began his career as an actor; he joined the Second City in the 70s, while he was still a student at Illinois State, appearing in the shows Once […]
Full disclosure: I don’t think I’m the target audience for Moulin Rouge, inasmuch as the 2001 film on which it’s based mostly left me feeling like I had a case […]
Two African-American companies present revelatory dramas.
There’s preholiday gloom galore on Chicago stages.
Sting’s Broadway-bound musical The Last Ship is ludicrous but enjoyable.
The company also looks for resident companies to share its space.
Mayor Emanuel says Tuesday is Paint Chicago Red Day, in honor of the Goodman Theatre production of John Logan’s play.
Local boy John Logan is home from Hollywood with his play about Mark Rothko, Red
But with a couple world premieres this year, she’s come into her own.
Affluent black and Latino families are more likely to live in poor neighborhoods than affluent whites, according to a new study.
Former Chicago playwright John Logan will have his first Broadway premiere on April 1.