A timeline of historic moments in LGBTQ elected history in the Chicago area.
Tag: Vol. 48 No. 25
Issue of Mar. 28 – Apr. 3, 2019
Lola’s Coney Island stands for Detroit
There’s a dog in the fight in Humboldt Park.
My Name is Rachel Corrie shows that tragic source material doesn’t make great drama
Sitting through this play is like spending an hour and a half with a Greenpeace volunteer on the street.
Live from C2E2
Credit: Rivven Prink
Violet, Private Eye
ShawChicago goes out the way it came in, with The Doctor’s Dilemma
The company ends its run with the same play with which it first debuted in 1994.
The best part of Self-Accusation happens out on the sidewalk
Breaking the frame brings this German avant garde play to life.
Poseidon! is still shipshape
A stellar cast keeps the parody musical cruising.
Lori and Toni were missing in action
Lightfoot and Preckwinkle claim to be progressives but they stayed away from the front lines during the great fights of the Rahm years.
C.H.E.W. take a bite out of hardcore
Chicago four-piece C.H.E.W. twist and tear at their favorite genre to give it a strange new shape.
Free ways to stretch out and discover your inner Aunt Viv
If you like to work it, work it.
Leave the Light On
The ghost light, a single bulb in an empty theater, is for safety—and superstition.
Lemonade Stand offers a safe space for women of color to be funny
“As women of color, life continuously gives us lemons.”