Mark St. Germain’s play about a largely opaque chapter in the life of Albert Einstein is an exercise in dramatic speculation.
In “Pamplona,” the one-man play about Ernest Hemingway debuting at the Goodman Theatre, actor Stacy Keach gives us the writer in freefall.
Baker was a woman who knew great pain and great celebrity, and was determined to shape her own destiny, whatever the consequences.
David Cerda co-founded the company known for such campy productions as “POSEIDON! An Upside Down Musical” and “Scarrie, The Musical.”
There was something truly life-affirming about hearing the CSO play all four of Brahms’ symphonies in the past two weeks.
Chicago scenic designer Courtney O’Neill studied with the masters, became a master, and will now receive a 2017 Merritt Award.
Evan Ensign’s direction (“based on the original by Michael Greif”) loses sight of the principal animating forces that inspired the work.