Her new monthly showcase at Duke of Perth creates a community for newbies and vets alike.
The touring musical version of Tina Fey’s 2004 film about queen bees lacks sting.
The comedian headlines the Chicago Improv Festival, where he’ll be awarded for his achievements in the art.
Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner’s Hulu comedy hits its stride in season two.
The latest E.T.C. show, A Red Line Runs Through It, shows that even the oldest sketch institutions can make progress.
Also, Cook County plans mental health crisis center to aid police, and Obama appoints a former Chicagoan to head the Library of Congress.
The former war reporter prepares to greet her “cine-me.”
New reviews and notable screenings in this weekl’s issue
Sandra Bullock stars in Minions, the latest Despicable Me feature—but who cares?
Tina Fey’s Netflix creation is everything we hoped it would be and more.
Don’t worry, Fey’s got your bicep.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
iO leaves behind two decades of history as it moves to founder Charna Halpern’s “dream theater.”
On the next generation of SNL
Tina Fey set to play Kim Barker in movie set in South Asia hot spots.