Trevor Noah books nothing but Chicagoans for his show’s four nights at the Athenaeum Theatre.
The host promises a different kind of show at four upcoming local tapings, and says “I hope we do Chicago justice in the week that we have.”
The perpetually hungry Elgin native has other subjects in mind for his upcoming stand-up performances at the Chicago Theatre.
Their bands, Rage Against the Machine and Rufus, are among the 19 acts on the ballot for next year’s ceremony.
As the stand-up comic backs up the veterans and the host in several scenes, another new hire from Chicago is little seen.
The two locally trained funnymen will join the show with this weekend’s season premiere, along with Heidi Gardner of the Groundlings.
After years of hoping her husband would rein in his alcoholism, woman finally decided the marriage was over, and only then did her husband get clean.
Actress is honored for co-writing a “Master of None” episode based on her own coming-out to her family.
The double nominee was honored for her work on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” as Aunt Lydia, a teacher in the series’ dystopian world.
For the Chicago hip-hop star, not everything is better on TV.
Distinguished actor from “Star Trek” and “X-Men” expected in town to receive a career achievement award.
Director Betty Thomas says another superstar wants to play the late Chicago improv teacher, but she won’t say who it is.
Some comedians reluctant to go too rough on the “sweetheart” actor best known for his “Cheers” role.
Typically intense during most of his Chicago Theatre set, the gifted stand-up comic takes some quiet time to reflect on his divorce.
Barely seen since their one TV airing in 1967, bits by John Cleese, Graham Chapman and others get a second life in a show at the iO Theatre.