From Chicago to New Orleans, the performer, playwright, director, producer, and raconteur created deep connections.
But the company remains true to its focus on new work and egalitarian principles.
Prop Thtr’s virtual monologue festival calls time on the usual theater cliques.
In its 31st year, Chicago’s longest-running alternative theater festival celebrates old friends and new voices.
Prop Thtr’s devised ensemble piece is a timely reminder of the importance of remembering the past.
The Museum of Contemporary Art and Prop Thtr offer directors a chance to adapt between venues.
Yippie Fest builds on the bones of Abbie Hoffman Died for Our Sins.
In a tour de force, an a cappella trio of women capture the drudgery of factory sewing.
It’s escapism you can feel good about.
His retirement after 38 years will leave a void both at the Reader and in Chicago’s theater scene.
The new take gives a well-worn story a modern sense of urgency.
The Curious Theatre Branch cofounder’s latest puts the “opera” in soap opera.
This year’s iteration promises 101 acts, plus a ceremony to honor Pigasus, the Youth International Party’s 1968 presidential nominee.
There are so many narratives the show requires an LED crawl to keep them straight.
The Wound and other goings-on February 19-22