December theater seeks to comfort, celebrate and connect in a difficult holiday season.
Theater educator Alyssa Oltmanns believes her student production of a play including LGBTQ issues was cancelled for censorship reasons.
The stories of Chicago’s famous Robert Taylor Homes residents come alive in the new documentary-style play by the late PJ Paparelli and Joshua Jaeger.
Freeman’s creative obsessions—brown paper, burlap and Audre Lorde—feature in her new collaboration with Jordan Phelps and VAM Studio.
Spenser Davis’ play, written for Zoom, takes advantage of where we are to tell a compelling story about what we’re up against.
Election month performances live stream commentary on our current world, and imagine a better one.
Ten storytellers, dancers and filmmakers premiere short works in the live-streamed version of Collaboraction’s annual festival that is relevant and encapsulating.
The dancer/writer’s short films respond to art about a rapidly changing Beijing with echoes of nostalgia for performances that never were.
The Neo-Futurists deftly handle the complicated and nebulous role of First Lady in a new political anthology that makes us miss their live MainStage shows all the more.
Nearly one hundred theater companies from around the country join forces to present a free radio play rendition of Sinclair Lewis’ frighteningly prescient novel.