The musical is one of the longest-running in Broadway history. The show returns to Chicago in 2019 for a limited run.
Theater, comedy, plenty of beer and an “underwater” oasis are part of the fun mix this weekend.
“The Color Purple” blends blues, gospel, and jazz together with classical musical theater stylings to produce a rousing songbook.
In the fall, Manual Cinema will debut its adaptation of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” at Court Theatre.
In the show, Springsteen performs more than a dozen songs and tells stories about growing up in New Jersey.
From comedy to drama to musicals, Chicago area stages are alive with vibrant productions.
The book will feature “affirmations” the “Hamilton” playwright has posted on Twitter over the years.
Based on the 2007 film of the same name, features music and lyrics by David Yazbek, and is directed by David Cromer.
Starring as Elvis, Eddie Clendening has the voice and mannerisms of the “King of Rock n’ Roll” down pat.
The massive exhibition will be housed in a free-standing, football field-sized structure.
Robert Fall’s production of “Pamplona” seems satisfied with the image of Hemingway, rather than plumbing for something more.
A Red Orchid is celebrating its 25 season with a remount of Ionesco’s “pseudo-drama.”
One case was resolved in favor of socio-political fairness, the other for artistic freedom.
The tiny fruit pies, just about two-and-one-half inches in diameter, are made the same way as their lifesized counterparts.
Tennessee Williams’ play remains a work fueled entirely by passionate arguments and salacious secrets.