Theo Ubique christens their new home in Evanston with a production that shows just how far they haven’t come.
This multidisciplinary performance at the MCA’s off-site warehouse space addresses issues of race, opposition, hostility, identity and disappearance, bringing into question what it means to be simultaneously surveyed and ignored as a black person in society.
This world premiere at Strawdog Theatre Company provides much-needed holiday fare for families of the non-Noel persuasion.
The series is dedicated to new works created by members of the company.
Christopher Wheeldon’s well-crafted choreography is framed by theatrical sets which, while minimalistic in design, use projection and lighting to conjure a sense of depth and scale that is both literally and figuratively larger than life.
Midsommer Flight continues its holiday tradition of staging this Shakespeare classic amidst the flora of the Lincoln Park Conservatory.
Co-founders Kevin Iega Jeff and Gary Abbott have been making and presenting dances that celebrate community.
There are just not enough laughs to sustain the premise of this self-consciously Mormon-centered musical.
Star of Broadway and MCU alike, Danai Gurira (“Eclipsed”) turns her talents back to playwriting with this portrait of an intergenerational immigrant family negotiating the expectations of tradition and modernity.
The ideas in Lauren Gunderson’s play may not be new but they are still revolutionary.