It provides all the answers to the central dilemma that you’d expect.
The whole thing unintentionally channels the terrors of the Twilight Zone.
The tragic Ukrainian famine of the early 1930s remains an abstraction in Abbey Fenbert’s new play.
An Equity touring production of the Carole King musical and an evening of Latinx sketch comedy are among this week’s best bets.
Like Hamilton, Kristoffer Diaz’s Pulitzer nominee softens its skewering.
A top-notch touring Broadway show and an intimate Sondheim concept revue are among this week’s notable new productions.
This week’s stage highlights include three losers who (hopefully) make good and four 19th-century fictional heroines battling their would-be betrotheds.
Two hit musical comedies and a drama examining the Chicago Police Department’s “systemic racism” are among this week’s best bets.
RhinoFest, The Year of the Rooster, and other weekend happenings in Chicago from January 15-17.
Ask Your Doctor: A Pharmaceutical Musical It took eight people to write book, lyrics, and music for this Annoyance musical? Maybe too much input diluted the output. The premise is golden: pharmaceutical giant Mendacium pedals a designer pill with such restorative powers that people who take it need only two hours of sleep per night. […]
Aaron Sawyer sheds light on deaf culture in his latest production.
The Fourth Wall: A Red Theater Documentary screens twice in Chicago, starting tonight.
Red Hamlet, Red Theater’s radical revision of Shakespeare, is an exercise in instability.