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The show’s real power lies in how it acknowledges the complicated intergenerational conversations between queer artists of color.
Chefs Randi Howry and Kelly Ijichi tap a nostalgia in the making.
Chicago EPA employees defend the environment—and their union— from the Trump administration.
One of the last surviving Beat artists looks back on a long life.
When an actor and director couldn’t find a place to screen their movie here, they started their own festival.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by London-based artist Maxwell Paternoster for the band Screaming Females.
Are fears of reckless cyclists just overblown?
David Cerda’s latest classic makeover for Hell in a Handbag is a winner for summer camp.
Thirty-four years later, the blockbuster musical still packs a potent political message with the melodrama.
Windy City Playhouse’s latest immersive ambulatory production offers a penetrating analysis of class privilege.
Cloudgate Theatre’s production is too precious and preposterous.
A daughter struggles to reconnect with her estranged activist father in Dominique Morisseau’s drama.
About Face Youth Theatre turns 20 with this contemporary look at LGBTQ history.
An adoptee seeks comfort and safety in lupine identity in Hansol Jung’s latest.