WEISS: The actress, a Chicago favorite, brings emotional fire and sparkling intelligence to the poet in the one-woman show.
The all too rarely revived 1990 musical devised by Clarke Peters features the wonderfully antic songs of 1930s saxophonist/bandleader Louis Jordan.
In Court Theatre’s production, director Devon De Mayo pulls off a feat as impressive as any rabbit-in-a-hat trick.
Court Theatre production makes every one of the play’s notions snap and crackle in ways alternately funny, sexy, poignant and playfully provocative.
Arts organizations see the NEA as an emblem of prestige and enduring solidity, as well as an incentive for giving by private donors and foundations.
In Eugene O’Neill’s “Long Day’s Journey into Night,” now at Court Theatre, the anatomy of a family’s complicated emotional dynamics.
Something brand new, ancient Greek, African American, British and just for fun. That’s the mix at Court Theatre for the 2016-17 season.