My year of eating You want a list, I’ll write a damn list. By Mike Sula Looking on the bright side As the teens turn to the twenties, it’s a struggle to find a little cheer in the gloom. By Ben Joravsky Safe bet, sucker deal The Chicago casino is still in the works, but […]
You want a list, I’ll write a damn list.
As the teens turn to the twenties, it’s a struggle to find a little cheer in the gloom.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by the artist Goons.
The best moments in dance this year focused on the power of community.
Four plays that recast history—collective and personal—with searing defiance.
Theo Ubique’s staging celebrates the dignity of everyday labor.
Blank Theatre Company shows off some chops in this Rupert Holmes musical.
Lucas Hnath’s drama feels overheated but undercooked at Redtwist.
Some familiar cast-offs get a chance to show off their reality-competition chops in this new musical.
The new compilation No Other Love shines a light on a self-reliant strain of midwest gospel that’s survived outside the mainstream for more than 50 years.
The Chicago casino will raise far less money for the city than originally promised.
The Ruffians move to the larger Ruth Page Center for the Arts, but the heart of the story remains strong.
The longtime Chicago dancer and labor lawyer turns Nutcracker revenues into new initiatives.
Renée Fleming stars in Adam Guettel’s rapturous romantic musical.