“It’s been really moving and important and central to all of us that at the heart of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is a young person trying to figure out how to live.”
“Perforated Play” tells the story of three people who find themselves impaled together on the same iron pole due to an unseen accident.
Fields and her ensemble are a superb mix of musicians and entertainers. Fields, a Tony nominee (“The Color Purple”) and local favorite, is a commanding contralto with a powerfully sweet raspy timbre.
Madeline Sayet, a Mohegan writer/performer brings her autobiographical one-woman show, “Where We Belong,” to the Goodman’s intimate Owen Theatre.
Many of our city’s theatrical leaders agree that Chicago is at the forefront of defining the future of the American theater.
The “Inside/Out” showcases bring audiences into an intimate setting and allowing artists to share work “at a vulnerable juncture” in the process of creation.
“Antigone” is perhaps the oldest depiction we have of civil disobedience, focusing on the tension between the state and the individual conscience.
In this Lincoln Center production making its long-awaited national tour stopover at the Cadillac Palace Theatre, Eliza is in as much control as Higgins.
madeleine george’s modern-day Greek comedy “Hurricane Diane” could not have come at a better time.
Parodic pageantry of buffoonish characters dealing in quirks, quips, double-entendres… maybe even murder.