“White Christmas” is at once a sassy romantic comedy and a patriotic homage to the post-World War II era.
“Lizzie,” the riveting musical about the notorious Lizzie Borden, turns out to be an ideal inaugural production for Firebrand Theatre.
Playwright Tracy Letts has devised a blood ritual rooted in the farcical manifestations of local government and parliamentary procedure.
Think of it as a sort of “SpongeBob Square Pants” for adults.
A gifted cast, marvelous sets and witty repartee fuel a marvelous production.
The Bourne family possesses glorious voices that, when joined in unison, create one of the most beautiful, multi-layered sounds imaginable.
The play, directed by Sandra Marquez, is a canny indictment of success at any price.
WEISS: The actress, a Chicago favorite, brings emotional fire and sparkling intelligence to the poet in the one-woman show.
The former box office manager of the Chicago Opera Theater is charged with stealing more than $100,000 in ticket receipts over a 3 1/2-year period.
JIMMY BUFFETT: “My love of musical theater dates back far longer than my interest in the music I am known for.”
Raven’s current hit, Tarell Alvin McCraney’s “Choir Boy” — expertly directed by Menendian — runs through Nov. 12
The 49th annual Jeff Awards, presented Monday night, proved to be an exciting event for the Paramount Theatre and Court Theatre.
A downright revolutionary edition of “42nd Street” is now dazzling audiences at Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace.