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.
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.
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.
The renowned dancer and actor is scheduled to perform at the Harris Theatre in February.
“Moonlight” writer Tarell Alvin McCraney tackles classic issues in the play set at an all-boys school.
Gina Gionfriddo’s play is now on stage at Windy City Playhouse in a production tautly directed by Scott Weinstein.
In its U.S. premiere, ‘The Worst of All’ by Venezuelan playwright Iraida Tapias captures the nun’s passion and tragic destruction.
This is also a jarringly uneven play that tries too hard to be hip and often ends up undercutting the very meaningful notions it is meant to explore.
Sadly, the whole production wears you down as often as it enchants.
Miller was a realist who tapped into the fractured heroic nature of his characters and the very specific time and place in which they lived.
A long-running hit at the Apollo, the tribute to Elvis Presley and his fellow Sun Records artists finds its proper scale on a Broadway-size proscenium
Stage versions of Atwood’s work are still rare, so Rivendell’s riveting world premiere production of her novel “Alias Grace” is reason to celebrate.
It is Hall’s work on the opera stage that left its greatest mark in Chicago.