Allegations of mismanagement and harassment rock the fantasy/sci-fi theater.
Here’s a reminder of what the theater community has done in the last five years.
Despite the update to a female cabdriver, the script’s fundamental flaws remain unaddressed.
“The reason I came to grad school was to … create a revolution through theater,” the editor of Chicago Theater Now says.
Hell in a Handbag’s 20th annual production of Rudolph the Red-Hosed Reindeer is among the yuletide highlights.
The best-ever explanation for what makes reindeer fly and the 25th anniversary of a Chicago classic are among this week’s best bets.
Not in Our House reports back on the first year of its code of conduct, now called the Chicago Theatre Standards.
A black Irish comedy and a look at inequity in the local theater scene are among this week’s best bets.
Controversies over abuse, alleged druggings, and “whitewashing” roiled even as Shakespeare 400 Chicago soared.
There was much ado about the casting of Porchlight Theatre’s In the Heights, but Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pre-Hamilton musical shines through.
‘Tis the season for the Bard and the bawdy.
The theater will become “a creative playground for all genders,” says Pride’s executive director.
Colin Mitchell’s reaction to the Reader‘s expose angered many readers.
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