“Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” the quirky three-part musical web series about the sad machinations of a supervillain, displayed an early example of what entertainment on the Internet could look like. Now, with Black Button Eyes Productions that 2008 “classic” has hit the stages of Chicago to benefit Season of Concern.
For the past two decades, the Lincoln Lodge has become a gold-quality standard-bearer for the most innovative standup comedy the city has to offer.
“American Mariachi” is ninety minutes of musical joy.
Moses Storm is one of the most innovative comic minds in America today, but considering his unusual upbringing, it’s amazing he ever found a way to break through at all.
Lights up, curtains up! With any luck, feet will once again hit the boards of stages large and small this month.
With its carefree and sunny demeanor, “Elixir” could not be more different than Verdi’s “Macbeth,” which opened the season the week before.
Paula Poundstone is here to show the way, not only through her live performances, but also because she’s become an expert on happiness.
Playwright Anne Washburn succinctly crafted a show that demonstrated the cyclical nature of human storytelling, theater and life itself all in the span of three hours.
Lyric has opened this season with a production that is delivered open-throttle by everyone involved.
Logan Square Improv has emerged as another key player on the local scene.