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Yum cha is fine at this rare tearoom outside of Chinatown, but it’s the Guangdong chef specials that are really worth investigating.
But if you get on this film’s wavelength, you just might find it trancelike.
A Sun-Times reporter gathers the FBI’s files on the famous and infamous.
Before he died at 24, Peter Laughner cofounded Rocket From the Tombs and Pere Ubu. Had he lived, he could’ve rivaled Patti Smith or Richard Hell—and a new box set shows why.
Chicago’s beat scene has to do without the attention the city’s rappers get, but it’s a vital incubator for adventurous, ambitious instrumental hip-hop.
Hannah Ii-Epstein’s second play in a trilogy about the Hawaiian drug trade dances around the issue of mental illness.
Lili-Anne Brown’s staging of the musical based on Alice Walker’s classic novel brings down the house.
Water People Theater’s contribution to Destinos is sobering but poetic.
At 20, Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre celebrates immigrant, Native, and African American identity in two programs of new work.
In 2016, more than 2,000 adults who were sent as kids to die in prison were given a second chance. Marshan Allen was one of them.
Chicago Shakespeare’s production is pretty and witty, but lacks dramatic tension.
The newest company members have international roots but a common passion for the art.
Ron OJ Parson’s production for Court Theatre hits with torrential force.
In Chicago author Goldie Goldbloom’s On Division, a devout 57-year-old Jewish mother works to reconcile her faith with her Hasidic community’s cruelty to her late son.