Christine stars Rebecca Hall as the Florida journalist who shot herself on the air.
A political dinosaur makes a last stand in Mike Bartlett’s drama.
A guide to surviving the holiday
A conversation with UIC professor Walter Benn Michaels, whose controversial 2006 polemic The Trouble with Diversity now looks prescient.
Sandra Marquez and Kate Fry are darkly fascinating as Sophocles’s murderous queen and her obsessed daughter.
Chelsea Reject’s “Counterfeit,” which features Chicago hip-hop dream team Noname, Saba, and Phoelix, came out Monday via 119 Productions.
In the late 70s and early 80s, Silver Abuse shared members with Naked Raygun—and their eclectic, discordant music was in some ways even more confrontational.
This week’s gig poster was designed by local artist Josh Davis.
Also, an alderman who has spoken out about the city’s aggressive squirrels landed in the hospital after a bike accident involving a “suicide bomber” squirrel.
Ania Jaworska’s solo show at Volume Gallery is more than just a bunch of black shapes.
The intriguing outweighs the dutiful in Steppenwolf’s new production.
Industrial supergroup Pigface celebrates 25 years of revolving-door lineups, the Chosen Few DJs honor a bygone house-music club, and more.
Transit and biking could lose funding, but some say Trump’s infrastructure plan has merit.
A conversation with Mark Kelly
As the mayor once said, “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”