Bureaucracy, sweet bureaucracy!
Organic Theater Company tackles climate change, Big Pharma, family dysfunction, the evils of the media machine, and too much else for one play.
But Olympe de Gouges and the other women of the French Revolution are worth knowing.
A world premiere at Gift Theatre and a play about abortion are among this week’s notable plays.
The 28th iteration of Curious Theatre Branch’s annual festival continues through February 26.
The latest Chicago stage shows range from the rawly emotional to the enjoyably ridiculous.
An endless meet-cute and an off-key farce are among this week’s notables.
A Neo-Futurist show, a drama about an almost unimaginable alliance, and a satire of Hollywood’s golden age are among the hits this week.
Stuart Gordon on losing the fight to save the Hull House theater
An 11th-hour effort fails to save the longtime home of Organic and Black Ensemble theater companies.
Online petition seeks to save Uptown’s historic Hull House theater.
Having brought Northwestern the idea for the American Music Theatre Project, Stuart Oken thought he had a future there.