After more than a year of reporting from ProPublica Illinois and WBEZ, the mayor announced ticketing changes and said she would support legislation to change state law — beginning to make good on a campaign promise.
Festivalgoers share their tips for looking stylish in extreme weather.
Wakandacon returns for its second year with programming to reimagine Black futures in fictional universes and beyond.
A descendant of a New Orleans minichain surfaces in Logan Square.
The life and times of archivist Michael Flug
Nick Alder and Rae Chardonnay Taylor of Party Noire get to fun by going through respect, safety, community, and empowerment.
Or, a collection of Quentin Tarantino’s favorite things about late-60s LA.
But you have just a few chances this week to try it.
In an era of unprecedented attention to gender violence, Latinx organizers demand CPS address shortcomings.
The stakes are too low in this musical about the life span of a gay relationship.
Alistair McDowall’s thriller at Steep plants seeds of money, violence, sex, death . . . and Dungeons and Dragons.
Woodlawn residents share their vision for a neighborhood in transition
Black Button Eyes gives Dave Malloy’s gleefully haunting song cycle an absorbing production.
Eclipse Theatre Company can’t resolve the ancient problems with Christopher Durang’s early comedy.