Its final production turned out to “We’re Gonna Be Okay,” which closed on March 4.
Even though the story is set in the 1950s, it still holds relevance today, according to director Kevin Newbury.
Among the troupe’s most notable productions was the holiday pageant “Blue Nativity,” featuring large-scale puppetry.
Also on tap: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and the return of “Q Brothers Christmas Carol.”
Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Chicago Flower & Garden Show and the Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Festival are just some of the fun in store.
From musical comedy to drama, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
The estate of “To Kill a Mockingbird” author Harper Lee has filed suit over an upcoming Broadway adaptation of the novel.
Jerry Mitchell: “The film is so beloved that I had to honor the movie and still find a way to turn it in to a new musical.”
Previews for “The Cher Show” begin June 12 at the Oriental Theatre, 24 W. Randolph. Tickets go on sale March 23.
While it’s easy to poke fun at retrogressive ridiculousness, “Taste” doesn’t shy away from the malevolent aspects of the 1950s and 1960s.
In Philip Torre’s brooding, ghoulish Sweeney Todd, director Fred Anzevino has a baritone worthy of the epic role.
The agreement calls for co-commissions for new sketch-style and full-length and scripted works.
A fresh look at the film about interracial marriage also finds perspectives on gender, class and generational differences.
Audacious and enigmatic new play by Stacy Osei-Kuffour confronts us with the image of a fellow talking while suspended.
“An Epic Tale,” recommended for ages 6 and up, stretches over two floors from the theater’s classroom spaces to hallways, elevator and stairwells.