Another few days of summer weather for the next week will surely bring Chicagoans out and about! Be safe, have fun, and consider one of these options as you make your plans. Fri 9/10 (open run): Theater Wit had a huge hit in 2015 with Anne Washburn’s apocalyptic black comedy, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play, […]
Midway through the first act of Anne Washburn’s Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play, one of the characters observes, “People are not competent. Can I just say that? People are not competent.” Given that the character is one of a handful of survivors of a massive string of nuclear meltdowns that have completely shut down America’s […]
Getting back to normal isn’t going to happen. And in many ways, it shouldn’t.
The best online options for enjoying theater from local, national, and international companies
Here’s a reminder of what the theater community has done in the last five years.
Theater Wit’s production about a disabled schemer carries on online.
As the curtain falls on live performance, museums and performing arts groups scramble to adapt online.
Does a venue have the right to cancel an event if it objects to a client’s rhetoric?
Race is just a trading card.
Playwright Will Eno establishes himself as the Beckett of the backyard.
Still, BoHo Theatre’s production is earnest and likable.
There’s not even a hint of Boris Karloff.
Third Eye Ensemble tells the incredibly true adventure of two early American girls in love.
Mimed commentary detracts from the story at hand.
Burnham’s Dream: The White City and more goings-on 6/18-6/21.