Strawdog Theatre Company’s immersive season opener is a bold choice though one that stops short of creating a communal experience.
At American Blues Theater, Pearl Cleage’s stunning historical melodrama remains an essential addendum to the history of American expansion.
A redux of Terrance McNally’s less-than-successful “Broadway, Broadway,” Pride Films and Plays’ production reminds us just what’s in a name: quite a lot.
Porchlight Music Theatre launches its 2018/19 season with the dazzle and awe of a shooting star.
Tere O’Connor’s new work finds its thematic roots in complexity, and tenders a paired down, aesthetic sparsity that concurrently riles and calms through carefully cultivated structures and forms.
Make Room, T’Challa: Jimmy de las Rosas is coming to town (and Free Street Theater)!
Trap Door Theatre’s staging of “Naked” by Luigi Pirandello is a little bit too close to reality to warrant production.
The most arresting moments in “Odeon” were the most intimate, with direct play between the music and movement.
In a major coup, Steppenwolf for Young Adults lands the first local-originating production of Simon Stephens’ Tony Award-winning play and makes the most of it.
Structured as a series of vignettes across a range of contemporary issues, this Midwest premiere at Steep Theatre puts increasing distance between itself and its audience.