It’s hard not to support the teachers one-day strike, when you consider what Rahm and Rauner are doing to our public schools.
Check out Steppenwolf’s Marie Antoinette for half price and/or a free fashion show inspired by the play tonight.
David Adjmi’s teen-queen tragedy is closer to Sofia Coppola’s movie than to Bertolt Brecht.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, January 18
Miguel Gutierrez fights minimalism in dance with excess, spectacle, and an enormous wig.
Considering how Farewell, My Queen, opening this week, fits into director Benoit Jacquot’s varied body of work
The Sylvia strip is going away, but cartoonist Nicole Hollander intends to keep drawing
The story behind some luscious French Revolution-era costumes
Eighteenth century fashions, so unsuited to contemporary life, continue to fascinate.
Why do outhouses have half-moons on their doors? Perhaps it’s related to the great high school custom of “mooning”? –Joyce Kehoe, Seattle Joyce, kid, level with me: you’ve never actually seen an outhouse with a half-moon cut into the door, have you? Neither have I, despite several decades of camping trips, and I’ll bet the […]