Clare Barron’s drama delivers flagrantly graceless dancing, but heartstopping truths.
And director Pam MacKinnon and her Steppenwolf cast give us a masterwork.
A local debut and a world premiere that just might merit the hype.
The bad-boy playwright is true to himself in Steppenwolf’s Linda Vista.
Chekhov’s masterwork gets a master staging.
It’s set in a Bronx soup kitchen, but Grand Concourse doesn’t show much social conscience.
David Adjmi’s teen-queen tragedy is closer to Sofia Coppola’s movie than to Bertolt Brecht.
Conor McPherson’s play The Night Alive may not be great, but it’s superb in its goodness.
Both tunes were everywhere, but “Get Lucky” is no “Happy.”
In Steppenwolf’s Russian Transport, a family is infected by history.
They always hurt the ones they love in Steppenwolf’s First Look repertory.