The parade’s postponed till October, but you can still celebrate Pride outdoors and online this month.
Director Iris Sowlat uses social isolation as a framework for the lovers; plus PARA.MAR Dance Theatre offers live classes and performances with THAWEN.
The central characters feel like an afterthought in Barbara Gaines’s contemporized version.
The Lyric’s faithful revival addresses immigration, discrimination, and changing neighborhoods, but it’s the women who are the stars.
The rough edges are deliberate, but they could use a little bit of smoothing.
Distortions of the historical record strike a sour note
A “queer as f**k riot grrrl musical” and Chicago Dance Crash’s latest story-length hip-hop showcase are among this week’s best bets.
A top-notch touring Broadway show and an intimate Sondheim concept revue are among this week’s notable new productions.
The Joffrey’s Romeo and Juliet, which opens tonight, features real-life couple Jeraldine Mendoza and Dylan Gutierrez in the title roles.
Two well-loved musicals are among this week’s highlights.
A satanic hand puppet, a live version of Cheers, and a Twelfth Night in Hindi are among this season’s highlights.
The Seldoms and the Joffrey Ballet are among this fall’s best bets for dance.
An incongruous musical and a Game of Thrones spoof are among this week’s highlights.
The iO show was written with a predictive text program created by Clickhole head writer Jamie Brew.
Actor/stand-up/TV writer Mark Roberts brings a wild-and-crazy new comedy to town.