This was a transformative year for Chicago’s art world.
See John Malkovich in Sandro Miller’s re-creations of iconic photographs.
On the parallels between a 1987 Reader article and the movie Candyman.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, February 1, 2013.
John Malkovich channels a serial killer in The Infernal Comedy at Symphony Center.
The People Issue: Rick Snyder, Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble member and rising director
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
Rebecca Cammisa’s documentary “Which Way Home,” screening Friday 12/11 at Chicago Filmmakers, rides along on a train roof through Mexico with unaccompanied boys stowing away into the United States.
New films by Carlos Reygadas (Battle in Heaven), Francois Ozon (Under the Sand), Christian Petzold (Yella), Peter Greenaway (The Pillow Book), and Max Farberbock (Aimee & Jaguar).
Free passes here for tonight’s screening of The Great Buck Howard starring John Malkovich at Landmark.
Why do critics hate Oliveira’s The Convent so much?
Media columnist Mike Miner on Y2K and Steppenwolf’s 1999 production of Hysteria, a dark farce that raised the issue of “trigger warnings” before the term had come into use.
Albert Williams reviews Steppenwolf Theatre’s 1999 production of Hysteria, by British playwright Terry Johnson