A stirring opera conceived by a U.S. Staff Sergeant and brought to life by composer Zach Redler and librettist Jerry Dye for the benefit of all.
A new musical by local production team of Gosz & Fotos tackles the personal effects of mental illness with generosity and insight.
Chicago Shakes delivers a vision of their namesake’s most well-known tragedy anchored in today’s headlines.
Directed by Mary Zimmerman, this ardent and wide-eyed holiday show returns, albeit with at least one noteworthy blind spot.
Jackalope’s 12th season gets off to an energizing start with this entertaining and empathetic Midwest premiere directed to perfection by Lili-Anne Brown.
No magic is required to fall in love with Katori Hall’s singular play, masterfully directed by Wardell Julius Clark.
The Conspirators update Dario Fo’s 1970 farce “Accidental Death of an Anarchist” for the times we live in to excellent, albeit overstretched, ends.
The new commission from the MacArthur “genus” awardee is infused with delicious moments of melodrama and humor.
This world premiere by Kate Tarker compellingly asks: how well do you think you know your coworkers? And, by extension, how well do you know yourself?
This one-man show is Lenny Bruce in his truest form, his provocations from beyond the grave like pleas for decency in an increasingly indecent world.