Co-founders Milton Latrell and Christopher Brackenridge stock “classic and timeless pieces” to evoke the neighborhood’s golden age in the 1920s.
It makes no sense, it has terrible accents, and it lasts forever even though it’s only supposed to be an hour and a half. So why do we love it so much?
It’s all downhill after the Fosse-packed opening number.
Thanks to former Mayor Daley and his allies, Chicago has the highest mayoral signature requirement in the country.
The current book obsessions of Reader deputy editor Kate Schmidt and OneIllinois editor Ted Cox
The most memorable dances, unfortunately, are the most offensive.
It’s also been without a contract for more than a year.
A renovation scheduled to be completed in 2021 reflects new-found efforts to engage Native communities.
We tend to think about culture in America these days as consumable products or ticketed events, and so the “cultural coverage” most media outlets offer is reduced to binary reviews: should one or should one not pay hard-earned money for the product or event in question? (“When I hear the word ‘culture’ I take out […]
As far as mainstage children’s theater goes, though, this isn’t bad.
It’s a great title in search of a better show.
The hourlong series of microplays remains exhilarating and vital.
The upcoming barstaurant from Leisure Activities will serve up life, wellness, freshness, and death.
A little liberté, égalité, sororité with Marie Antoinette and copains.
Losing that cringey feeling. Plus: a primer on sex with male escorts.