This play reveals the power of theater when pared down to its rawest, most primal elements.
The show features percussive dance backed by a five-piece jazz band.
Those hoping for a memorable production of Beckett’s existential classic will have to do what his infamous protagonists have done for decades: keep waiting.
While temperatures may be dropping outside, things are heating up inside our city’s many theaters.
How an intimate piece found newness in a full-fledged stage production…and back again.
Lucy Vurusic Riner’s evening-length dance explored shifting moods and emotions drawn by the phases of the moon.
Playwrights Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon add a new entry to the Jane Austen universe with this heartwarming holiday tale.
A new entry into the hallowed tome of Great American Plays arrives in Chicago.
Featuring Francis Guinan in his TimeLine debut, Githa Sowerby’s unjustly neglected 1912 play is a bracing tonic against the notion of “the good old days.”
This terrific two-hander is both a jukebox musical and a tribute to female friendship.