The devil has a much easier time raking up the souls of castle-dwelling men.
Grant James Varjas’s new play is a band rehearsal in real time—and it gets really loud.
Just as in Oscar Wilde’s time, there are whispers in the audience.
A Louis Jordan tribune and a satire of the 21st-century news biz are among this week’s best bets.
3C—get it?—is a dark parody of the old sitcom.
Shade Murray directs the Chicago wunderkind’s latest, now premiering at A Red Orchid Theatre.
At Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Larry Yando gives us a Lear that’s part brilliant, part overblown.
In Tribes, Steppenwolf stages a family rebellion.