While it aims for gender empowerment, Underscore Theatre Company’s production of Jamie Shriner’s one-woman show has limited appeal.
Writers Theatre offers this Shakespeare comedy with whiplash wit and two of his finest leading ladies.
Boards are seldom tread more finely than in this remount at Marriott Theatre.
Just in time for the holiday sale season, Broken Nose Theatre presents the world premiere of this new play by Spenser Davis about the iniquities and injustices of late capitalism
The “but”s keep coming in Lyric Opera’s latest installment of Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
Written during the height and subsequent wane of the AIDS crisis, this remount at Refuge Theatre Project shows its age.
Theatre Y presents the English-language premiere of this disquieting exploration of sacrifice and parenting.
The collaboration between Chicago’s Red Clay Dance and Kampala-based Keiga Dance Company explores how personal and cultural history rest in the body.
Black Ensemble Theater pulls out all the stops in this tribute to the most iconic women in the history of modern music.
The Goodman Theatre stages the world premiere of this bland and meandering reflection on the life of an artist who was anything but.