Stars Sandra Marquez and Ora Jones enliven material well below their pay grade.
Free admission to the Adler Planetarium, “Saturday Night Live: the Experience,” and more goings-on November 13-16
A former Christian reflects on the spiritual struggle portrayed in Lucas Hnath’s latest play.
A former Christian missionary reflects on the kind of crises of faith portrayed in The Christians.
A proposal to tax ticket sales for Lyric Opera and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra has been tabled, for now.
But Lisa D’Amour’s Broadway-bound drama unwittingly grounds itself.
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Surely no words ever written by any theater critic stirred more local buzz than Michael Billington’s 2004 observation in London’s Guardian that “Chicago . . . [is] the current theatre capital of America.” It came like manna from heaven to the denizens of this no longer even second city, and they seized upon it. At last the flyover on […]
Lanford Wilson’s Hot L Baltimore loves its losers.