Williamson, West Virginia, is in the heart of Hatfield-McCoy history, but the conflict driving apart a family in Madison Fiedler’s Spay, now in a world premiere at Rivendell under Georgette […]
The table is set this month with theater world premieres, dance works in progress, and comedy with cured meat.
With two major shows opening this fall, the designer’s career is booming—but he’s focused on making audiences connect emotionally with the world of the play.
An Arab-Swede navigates the consequences of a car bomb in Stockholm.
The Rivendell world premiere is a thrilling, harrowing ride.
Interrobang Theatre Project doesn’t do much to redeem its revival.
The Death of Stalin and more goings-on about town 4/30-5/3.
Bekah Brunstetter’s play takes its characters to exquisitely complicated places.
A Louis Jordan tribune and a satire of the 21st-century news biz are among this week’s best bets.
The hometown return of an iconic show and the tuneful reboot of a camp classic are among this week’s best bets.
About Face Theatre Youth Ensemble and Arc Theatre make more with less.
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.
Laura Jacqmin’s new play Look, We Are Breathing brings to life the aftermath of a death by drunk driving.
Some Men nails the small details—but misses the big picture about the gay rights movement.
Chicagoans recommend Cook County Social Club, The Still Point of the Turning World, and CCX.