The past 20 months have been such a whirlwind of sickness, grief, political madness, and worldwide protests for causes either righteous and necessary or selfish and deranged—it hasn’t been easy […]
A new book by Chloe Johnston and Coya Paz Brownrigg makes a persuasive case that devised performance is in Chicago’s DNA.
The enchanting Christmas pantomime is masterfully crafted for play and wonder.
The Lookingglass world premiere strives to be a very special episode.
Temp workers toil in this immersive play set in a factory.
The longest-running musical on Broadway returns to Chicago as impressive as ever.
The adapter-director’s latest for Lookingglass tells the classic story straight.
Lookingglass Theatre’s dazzling new staging of Moby-Dick uses aerial acrobatics to buoy Melville’s masterpiece.
Lookingglass and Writers Theatre present works by up-and-coming playwright Lucas Hnath, one effective, one coy.
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In The Lake Effect, Rajiv Joseph returns to his quirky/intimate style.
Christine Mary Dunford adapts Still Alice, Lisa Genova’s novel about early-onset Alzheimer’s, to the stage.
Lookingglass Theatre Company presents Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.
Chicago Children’s Choir, Natya Dance Theatre, and Lookingglass Theatre revive Sita Ram
Mary Zimmerman and Lookingglass Theatre Company revisit Metamorphoses 14 years later.