Dan on a marriage’s lifeless sex life, a nephew’s brash advances, and petting around the penis without actually touching it
Rebecca Gilman’s Luna Gale shows the humanity behind a battle to determine the fate of an infant.
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View 159
King: A Filmed Record screens Sunday at Black Cinema House and the following Thursday at Block Cinema
Performing kids and a tribute to Jenny Magnus fill Prop Thtr for Rhinofest’s 25th anniversary
The latest mixtape from Chicago rapper-slash-singer Tink is heavy on smooth, sinuous R&B that makes it easier to appreciate the snow.
The trio of guitarist Mary Halvorson, bassist Michael Formanek, and drummer Tomas Fujiwara releases its debut album.
Also Internet neutrality, the landless poor, West Virgina’s chemical spill, Republican nut jobs, Obama, and R. Kelly?
Miguel Gutierrez fights minimalism in dance with excess, spectacle, and an enormous wig.
Entries are way down for this year’s Lisagor Awards. Should we worry?
Clark the Cub joins a tradition rife with humiliation, betrayal, and murder. Also losing and futility.
This week’s gig poster was created by local designer Michael Bond.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, January 15
The Square chronicles the Egyptian Revolution from Mubarak to Morsi.
Pride Films and Plays bring back The Children’s Hour, Lillian Hellman’s 1934 drama.