Natalie Y. Moore’s play The Billboard, now in a world premiere with 16th Street Theater, is subtitled “A Play About Abortion.” In the spirit of Chicago improv, allow me to […]
In The Billboard, Moore explores the nuances of abortion through intraracial lens in the face of threats from a political gadfly.
Douglas Turner Ward’s classic one-act kicks off their 20th season.
Sturdy performances can’t hide the faulty premise underlying David Alex’s new play.
‘Ain’t nobody want to hear us,’ say the stars of the joyous Single Black Female.
The three productions featured at this year’s Garage Rep do what they’re supposed to: risk failure by thinking big.