January at Links Hall is an intensive course in the complexity of our American identity.
Aziza Barnes’ world premiere is the play that black audiences deserve and white audiences need.
Lolita Chakrabarti’s story of Ira Aldridge returns to Chicago sans fanfare.
An excellent and inclusive ensemble brings to life this musical mashup.
Griffin Theatre inaugurates its thirtieth season with Brian Crawley and Jeanine Tesori’s heart-mending musical about faith and courage.
A little humor can go a long way though not always in the right direction in this parody of the beloved 2003 film “Elf.”
Puccini’s tale of misogyny and sexism finds deep resonance in 2017.