A few small, nimble organizations have found creative ways to shift online and hold modified, virtual versions of the live festivals planned for June.
The Windy City continues to find creative ways of bringing the performing arts directly to audiences, not so much blowing in the wind as swinging for the fences.
The actor, playwright, fight choreographer and Babes With Blades ensemble member encourages aspiring polymaths to pursue all their interests.
In our living rooms and kitchens, we’re liberated from the tyranny of the mirror.
Ever the ingenious industry, Chicago theater and performance companies continue to find new and creative ways of bringing their art directly to audiences.
Give Netflix a break with videos of past performances and live streamed living room shows by Chicago artists and companies.
In the wake of a pandemic, the company’s EmpowerYouth! initiative was able to quickly adapt to the limitations and opportunities of the New Normal.
The Seldoms’ founding artistic director wants to get you talking more about climate change.
“The design process is like breaking down elements. What’s exciting in theater is you get to do it on real people and see it in real time.”
“It’s good to reflect and look at everything and see if we’re at the root and purpose. Now we have a lot of time for planning and to interrogate some things.”