Windy City Playhouse’s production is a poignant showcase for Rebecca Spence.
Here are ten sweet options onstage this month.
Akvavit Theatre’s staging gets repetitive, but has some mordant wit.
Walkabout Theater’s ensemble-created show suffers from too many unresolved threads.
The kinksters, the queers, and the artists who live in both worlds.
Therapists and social workers trained in trauma care are helping asylum seekers along their legal and healing journey.
A group of stranded space explorers confront their mortality and humanity in Sideshow’s U.S. premiere.
Even with a teachers’ strike looming, the city is investing in the wrong things.
Jeffrey M. Jones’s 1990 play about the horrors of disintegrating relationships gets a rare revival with a brand-new company.
Dan Savage advises two women involved with hideous men, and more.
This season’s lineup focuses on harnessing the strength within.
Folk project DPCD celebrates a graceful, uncluttered new album, the John Walt Foundation holds its annual Dinner With John fund-raiser, and more.
Five films at the intersection of cinematic art and psychotherapeutic theory
The U.S.-born, Berlin-based performance artist continues a three-week residency at Defibrillator with ongoing screenings of her film Running on Empty.
The south side’s own world-class jazz fest played host to dozens of shows and more than a hundred musicians.