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The restless innovator and Michelin-starred chef bares his soul in a new graphic novel.
1938 Italy provides the fascist framework for this Invictus staging.
Darrell “Artistic” Roberts of Chi-ROCK Nation has worked to document Chicago hip-hop culture for more than three decades—and now he’s finally publishing a book.
Shpiel Performing Identity produces this eight-day event as part of the Alliance for Jewish Theatre Conference.
To settle the teachers’ strike Mayor Lightfoot should scrape some more “mayonnaise” from the TIF slush fund.
A new immersive show (with dialogue!) from Silent Theatre Company becomes an astonishing experience.
Dan Savage advises a dude held back by his small dick, a teacher who wants to moonlight as a sex worker, and more.
Prop Thtr’s devised ensemble piece is a timely reminder of the importance of remembering the past.
A new musical about mental illness provided its creators a chance to confront their own struggles.
He never got the big breaks, but the 1990s improv and solo stalwart has figured some things out.
The choreographer’s duets about changing partners takes over the Art Institute’s Trading Room.
It took almost five months to get recording equipment working in eviction court. Will it make a difference for landlords and tenants?
The first in a trilogy, Donja R. Love’s play tugs the heartstrings at First Floor Theater.