Lifeline Theatre’s remount of their adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel is inventive in design and powerful in its representation.
Monty Cole’s unapologetically irreverent adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic at The Gift Theatre focuses on grief instead of madness.
These four stories of women and their bodies at Theatre Y make the public private and vice versa.
This justice-charged work from For Youth Inquiry proves that art for change and art for joy are not mutually exclusive.
Broken Nose Theatre’s production of Sam Chanse’s play captures the absurd melancholy of life in the sixth mass extinction.
A romance that follows an immigrant girl and her suitor on a journey through Chicago neighborhoods.
Those who are gone ensure that they are not forgotten in the world premiere of Isaac Gomez’s thriller at Haven Theatre.
The grand finale to the Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s annual festival was a foot-pounding celebration of both diversity and the intersection of cultural traditions we all share.
Raven Theatre’s production of this Tennessee Williams play obscures rather than clarifies the play’s intentions.
Lookingglass Theatre Company’s adaptation of Jules Verne’s novel feels its every league.