WEISS: Dion Johnstone makes a remarkable transition from young and self-confident to old and bitter in handsome Chicago Shakespeare Theater staging.
Tickets for the stage show at the Cadillac Palace will go on sale Dec. 13.
WEISS: While touring production of the Oz musical stays true to the original staging, the meaning of its story seems to have evolved in emphasis.
There is far more to this show than biography.There is the vibrant sense of a musical era in the making.
The playful yet pungent parody of “Altar Boyz” at the Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre seems more timely than ever.
Puccini’s melodies are beyond rapturous, with several haunting themes and variations exquisitely laced throughout the opera’s three acts.
Chicago actor “totally blown away” at being handpicked to play a government agent for director Guillermo del Toro.
The film is now an official “special event” entry at the Sundance Film Festival in January.
WEISS: Clarion voices and exceptional acting reveal the full beauty of Jeanine Tesori’s work.
The additional 18 weeks of shows, announced last week, means the play will be at the CIBC Theatre at least through Sept. 2, 2018.
His haunting pencil drawings and prints became a prized feature of the Chicago theater scene in the 1980s and ’90s.
WEISS: Since the debut last season of Christopher Wheeldon’s production, the ballet has become clearer and deeper in its storytelling and dancing.
Halberstam, according to Thursday’s official statement, will participate in compliance training and executive coaching sessions.
Tickets will go on sale Dec. 5.
Celebs including Tyler Perry, Willem Dafoe and Jason Momoa recall shopping and shivering in Chicago at Christmastime.