In its freshman year, this ten-day comedy bacchanalia approaches improv from all angles.
Joe Swanberg’s new Netflix series is for everyone, but there’s a little something extra for locals.
The comedian celebrates the tenth anniversary of her two-person improv show.
Taste of Andersonville Dinner Crawl, the Grown in Chicago Summer Soiree and Showcase, and more happenings from August 8-11.
Gather around and read the tale of how three improv comedians created the most insane fake-fantasy podcast to hit the airwaves.
Charna Halpern says iO’s first year in a new theater has left her $7 million in debt.
Despite news reports to the contrary, TJ and Dave’s departure does not spell the end of iO’s Mission Theater.
iO leaves behind two decades of history as it moves to founder Charna Halpern’s “dream theater.”
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Chicagoans recommend iO Theater, Aripo’s sandwiches, and the Harlotry and Necromancy Appreciation Society
Back for its third year, Just for Laughs brings about 130 comedians to 13 Chicago-area venues. Here are some good bets: A scientist wants empirical proof that her boyfriend is the one in Losing Control, a new movie by Valerie Weiss, screening as part of the JFL Films series (Tue 6/14, 7:45 PM, Gene Siskel […]
Bradley Rust Gray’s romantic microdrama “The Exploding Girl” starring Zoe Kazan has its local premiere Saturday in the Blue Whiskey Independent FIlm Festival.
Second City’s past, and its future, are highly recommended this weekend.
The Gene Siskel Film Center presents an independent comedy film festival