World premiere of Martin Yousif Zebari’s play exploring family, queerness, grief and the immigrant experience in contemporary America.
Starts March 3
The Comedy of Errors
After a three-decade run in which she has directed sixty shows, founder Barbara Gaines helms her final production as artistic director.
Starts March 9
How Blood Go
World premiere of Lisa Langford’s exploration of the strained relationship between medicine and African Americans.
Starts March 11
The Life and Death(s) of Alan Turing
(Chicago Opera Theater)
An extraordinary weekend of world-premiere operas in Chicago kicks off with the story of Alan Turing, the brilliant British computer scientist whose life was destroyed because he was gay.
Starts March 23
Wildly innovative Yuval Sharon directs three connected world premieres that comment on the contemporary moment, from the likes of Anna Deavere Smith and John Luther Adams.
Starts March 24