The cowriter of We Broke Up talks about why she misses Chicago theater—and why it’s hard to come home again.
Restructuring at the top causes an exodus—again.
In His Shadow, an aspiring football player confronts his brother’s legacy and the price of protesting.
“They just keep coming, and they’re trained and talented.”
Intersectionality meets the workplace comedy in this Teatro Vista-Victory Gardens coproduction.
At First Look Rep, Steppenwolf Theatre’s little summer festival, the sitting is easy.
Victory Gardens Biograph Theater hosts the third annual One Minute Play Festival.
Victory Gardens Theater gets weeded out
Tanya Saracho’s El Nogalar is no Cherry Orchard.
Columbia College’s annual literary festival features appearances by fiction writers, faculty, students, and alumni. The theme this 15th time around is “Class Acts.” Events run Sunday, March 13, through Friday, March 18, and every single one of them is free. Unless otherwise noted, those listed here take place in the auditorium at the Harold Washington […]
A new crop of Chicago-based playwrights get a chance in Evanston