Long before it’s all over it is hard to care about anything except the show’s cleanup crew, which clearly has its work cut out for it after each show.
“Amarillo” is a scorching commentary that moves far beyond any of the political cant that attaches itself to this subject.
The “Star Trek” and “X-Men” actor returns to town next week to accept an honor from the Chicago International Film Festival.
The Sondheim show will run in the same slot, March 9 – April 29, 2018, with artistic director Fred Anzevino directing.
The show is staged in Uptown where Pivot teams up with the Chinese Mutual Aid Association for a look at the immigrant experience.
In her fierce yet immensely exuberant production, Brenda Didier has gathered a phenomenal cast of more than 30 performers, including 17 kids.
This wonderfully re-imagined reprise of the show, presented in association with the Actors Gymnasium, feels more timely than ever.
The play is based on the book of the same name by the late Illinois Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks.
The memorial will take place starting at 1 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Upstairs Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted.
Emotion sometimes lacking in a powerfully cast touring production of the stage classic.
This Quixote — a creation of the past who is very much in touch with the present — engages members of the audience in ways that are funny & charming.
Festival says visas for Ludi Teatro became impossible after “logistical changes” mandated by the White House.
Local photographer Dawoud Bey and community leader Rami Nashasibi are among the 24 people chosen for the $625,000 award.
The renowned dancer and actor is scheduled to perform at the Harris Theatre in February.
The comedian participated in a lengthy seminar Saturday in Chicago for students of the Harold Ramis Film School and the Second City Training Center.