Always a staple of the fall dance season, Harvest Chicago Contemporary Dance Festival opens tonight at 8 PM at Ruth Page Center for the Arts (1016 N. Dearborn), and continues […]
If you’re a fan of music and Reader staff writer Kelly Garcia’s Riot Fest coverage, this event is for you! From 2-8 PM, the all-ages People’s Music Fest, which calls […]
Jordan Wimby, aka The Melanin Martha, returns to Monday Night Foodball tonight with a prix fixe plate of “classic and reimagined” soul food, including crispy fatback and microgreens and a sweet […]
If you’re looking for music that pulls no punches, head over to Subterranean (2011 W. North) this weekend for Dreary North Fest, three nights of extreme music running the gamut […]
Sapphire and Crystals, the 36-year-old collective of African American women artists in Chicago, celebrates their legacy of exhibiting and supporting the work of women artists of African descent with “Forward,” […]
We’re seeing spring temperatures burst out all over now, so we’re sure that many of you are going to use the next few days to emerge from your hibernation caves. […]
A very incomplete guide on what to read (or listen to) now from Chicago’s theater scene.
Both tunes were everywhere, but “Get Lucky” is no “Happy.”
While hustling to build its Jeanne Gang-designed dream house, the North Shore theater born in a bookshop put on a brilliant season.
A dispute over academic freedom erupts over a Columbia College course on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Rebecca Gilman’s Luna Gale shows the humanity behind a battle to determine the fate of an infant.
The Neo-Futurists reflect on a quarter century of their forever-running show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.
Haunted houses, pumpkin-carving parties, costume contests featuring dogs in bumblebee costumes—we’ve got it covered.
Theatre Y prepares to open The Binding, inspired by Jewish apocryphal text, in a Logan Square church.
The Albany Park Theater Project’s passionate exploration of undocumented immigrants opens Thursday at the Goodman.