The action in Mart Crowley’s landmark gay play surrounds the audience at Windy City Playhouse.
Dan Giles’s satire is Orwell by way of David Lynch, and it’s electrifying.
He brings utter control over the language and a quality of hard-won majesty to the role.
Playwright Lucas Baisch imagines a world when we’ll all be fighting to be uploaded to the cloud.
And there are clowns.
Tanya Barfield’s clear-eyed play follows two women over the course of their five-decade-long lesbian relationship.
A world-premiere opera by Stewart Copeland and a Steppenwolf for Young Adults production are among this week’s best bets.
American Theater Company shoots the Colorado River in this drama set in 1869.
They always hurt the ones they love in Steppenwolf’s First Look repertory.
Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride juxtaposes gay couples in London 50 years apart.
Miles Harvey’s How Long Will I Cry? puts a face on urban violence.