Hubbard Street Dance’s fortieth anniversary season and the Auditorium Theatre’s “Made in Chicago” series intersect with a special program dedicated to Hubbard Street’s first and only resident choreographer, Alejandro Cerrudo.
Death may not be the final frontier according to Neil Tobin but this solo performance is sure to get on your last nerve.
Despite being untethered from any kind of context, Theo Ubique’s final production at No Exit Cafe transcends.
This Gift Theatre world premiere asks uncomfortable questions about the visibility and value of black lives.
Trevor Dawkins and The Neo-Futurists explore the highs and lows of hero worship in this vigorous world premiere.
What City Lit’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s novel—transported nearly one hundred years into the future—picks up in contemporaneous reference it loses in tact and taste.
Sensuality and disgust drip through the opening of “Lie Through My Skin,” setting an ambivalent tone that becomes increasingly surreal as the piece unfolds.