Stages

When it comes to live theater and dance, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a look at what’s playing at Chicago-area theaters.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday said she’s “not happy about this weekend” after a spate of shootings in the area, noting that city officials need to “step up our efforts downtown.”
As the son of Chris Rock’s mob boss character, the aspiring musician is ‘a little revolutionary or radical,’ the young actor says.
A Second City alum, she performed in Chicago with Jordan Peele and went on to write for his ‘Key & Peele.’
The 2019-2020 nominations were announced Tuesday, recognizing the work of Chicago’s theater companies and artists in 21 categories.
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This list of schedule changes in theater, music and other entertainment/cultural arts impacted by the coronavirus outbreak will be updated as new cancellations and postponements are announced.
From comedy and drama to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
From comedy and drama to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
Here’s your guide to what’s playing around town on Chicago-area stages.
“What the Constitution Means to Me” begins with Schreck’s 15-year-old self in awe of the Constitution and then moves into stories about her life and the lives of her mother, maternal grandmother and great-great-grandmother.
Songs help communicate the message of the Black Ensemble Theatre show.
From comedy and dramas to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
As a salute to the start of its milestone 20th anniversary, Congo Square reached back into New York’s famed Negro Ensemble’s history and chose the one-act play by Douglas Turner Ward.
‘We decided to take qualities of dogs and humanize them,’ says the movement director who helped two actors go canine.
Robert Dubac says his comedy show ‘The Book of Moron’ takes Orwell’s vision and ‘makes it a little more understandable for modern times.”
From comedy and drama to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
In his new production of the play opening this week at the Den Theatre, Martin has turned Aaron from the lone character of color onstage — as he is in most productions — into one among many.
The 2020-21 season marks the beginning of the Joffrey Ballet’s seven-year residency at the Lyric Opera House.
From comedy and drama to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
From brassy choreography and sumptuous costumes to smart sets and a superb cast, director Lynne Kurdziel-Formato helms a must-see production.
From comedy and drama to musicals and dance, Chicago’s stages are alive with vibrant productions.
Grace Potter at the Riviera, the Joffrey Ballet’s winter program and the Festival of Films from Iran also are on tap this week.
Tracy Letts’ disturbing drama is delivered in a staging for the ages.
“I feel my subconscious has been sort of carrying the intention of this story since childhood,” says Gomez