This world premiere from Vanguard Arts Collective suggests that the best tool for fighting sexual assault is…more sexual assault.
The world is a mess. Go spend a couple of hours with the March women. You’ll be glad you did.
Can the anthropomorphic heroes of Nickelodeon’s staggeringly successful “PAW Patrol” rescue the American theater by turning a legion of device-addicted toddlers into future theater patrons? Stay tuned to find out…
Stephen Adly Guirgis’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play is as heartbreaking and hilarious as ever.
The local premiere of this Jonas Hassen Khemiri play is a meditation on identity and community in crisis.
For their tenth anniversary, RE|Dance offers two works that together are a spectral musing on what it means to be civically engaged in today’s complex sociopolitical climate.
They are descending on Chicago from around the globe to relate these stories.
Site-specific suffragettes, “All Our August,” plays at Trader Joe’s: local dramaturgs share their interests and ambitions.
If you’ve got holiday money burning a hole in your pocket, Chicago Shakespeare Theater offers a wondrous outlet.
Returning to its original home at The Neo-Futurarium, The Ruffians’ annual holiday tradition remains as anarchic, hilarious and deeply terrifying as ever.