After a year of heartbreak, Heather Chrisler is back to acting, as well as writing and illustrating.
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Top Girls remains heartbreakingly relevant
Remy Bumppo revisits Caryl Churchill’s 1982 play with a stellar ensemble.
Dada Woof Papa Hot shows that modern parenthood’s not just for straight people
“Isn’t being normal the most radical thing of all?” God no!
No Blue Memories, Significant Other, and seven more stage shows to see now
There’s a raft of recommended new plays this week.
Bonnie and Clyde, Honeymoon in Vegas, and three more new stage shows
A onetime Broadway flop and a ring-a-ding-ding musical comedy are among this week’s notable productions.
The gripping Bright Half Life shows small choices with cataclysmic consequences
Tanya Barfield’s clear-eyed play follows two women over the course of their five-decade-long lesbian relationship.
The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Gender Breakdown, and nine more stage shows to see now
A black Irish comedy and a look at inequity in the local theater scene are among this week’s best bets.
Bullets Over Broadway, The Producers, MPAACT’s Feral, and nine more new theater reviews
Two hit musical comedies and a drama examining the Chicago Police Department’s “systemic racism” are among this week’s best bets.
Boys will be boys in a play for girls
God vs. science gives rise to a High Plains hell in Rivendell’s How the World Began.
Biologists evolve in Timeline’s The How and the Why
The How and the Why survives on smarts and at least one great performance.