Led by Mary Zimmerman, this pitch-perfect revival is the ideal accompaniment to a summer night.
This production of Shakespeare’s patriarchal anxiety dream finds truth in jest.
Lauren Gunderson’s 2015 play comes off as the awkward love child of Jane Austen and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
The annual free series of dance performances in neighborhood parks makes the long-awaited fair weather all the sweeter.
Sitting on the fence between camp and cautionary tale, this rock opera unveils a world of love and lust that is more finger-to-finger than face-to-face.
Too affectionate to be satire and too broad to be drama, this world premiere can’t decide what it is or what, if anything, it believes.
Hedwig makes a triumphant return to close out the company’s inaugural season in their new Evanston digs.
History has a history of repeating itself…
This new play from Steven Levenson sees the past and present as a continuum of conflict.
Learn about the history of Chicago dance in a new free exhibit at the Newberry Library. #sponsored