John Strand’s equivocating biographical play on Antonin Scalia, currently receiving its Chicago premiere at Court Theatre, unconvincingly pits the thirty-year Supreme Court Justice’s entrenched conservative ideology against the remote possibility that he was perhaps a decent fella.
Context is crucial though not enough makes it into this world premiere, based on true events, at TimeLine Theatre.
Like the best of the horror genre, the newest play from Ike Holter, in its world premiere at Jackalope Theatre, is equal part scares and scathing social commentary.
This new translation of Aeschylus’ play at City Lit Theater is as flat and lifeless as its cardboard puppets.
In collaboration with Steppenwolf Theatre Company, The Yard returns with their most ambitious and urgent project to date.
Starring Ivonne Coll (of “Jane the Virgin”), this world premiere at Teatro Vista is tragic and triumphant simultaneously.
This Chicago premiere at Greenhouse Theater Center is sure to waddle its way right into your heart.
A rock musical about the crucifixion of Jesus playing at the world-renowned Lyric Opera is surprisingly and astonishingly youthful.
Nell Benjamin’s play at Citadel Theatre attempts to pose reactionary nostalgia as feminist provocation.
The Tony Award-winning musical gets its regional premiere at Paramount Theatre in Aurora.