Held for the first time since 2019, “Bechdel Fest 8: Realign” offers eight new plays featuring femme, female-identifying, non-binary, trans and genderqueer narratives.
Live readings, new dances and festivals streaming to you this February.
Ike Holter’s new work is razor sharp and faster than a speeding bullet while maintaining a grace and a lightness that balances the weight of the message.
Performances that are thoughtful and specific, brimming with heart, truth and point-of-view.
A new production reflects on the life of the twentieth-century Jewish scholar and activist who was moved by faith to confront injustice.
Nelson Diaz-Marcano’s new play illustrates the complexity of individual perspectives and that unification is no simple task.
The company successfully created a new live shadow puppet cinema work in time for this physically distanced holiday season.
A smorgasbord of workshops, residencies and online performances dispatched Chicago-based dance artists to the Dance Center’s national and international audience while deepening the connections within Chicago’s arts community.
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.