Verdi’s tragic opera is lightened by standout performances from veterans and newcomers alike.
Written and directed by Claudio Valdés Kuri, “Quixote” stumbles in its attempt to connect history’s most infamous knight errant with contemporary audiences.
A literal fox hunt finds deep allegorical resonances in this Midwestern premiere with echoes of “The Crucible.”
Local dance curator Cynthia Bond presents an Illinois Humanities-supported partner program of space, memory, and the invisible social bonds and barriers that inform them.
A savage and truly refreshing world premiere comedy that takes on history’s least funny subjects: white privilege.
The nuances of Arthur Miller’s timeless classic feel at odds with the current cultural climate of glaring partiality.
Akvavit Theatre delivers Ibsen’s “Ghosts” with a few gory twists.