“Theater and sports have so much common. They are live events that bring groups of people together to witness conflict.”
What could be more American than football, marriage and intellectual discourse? These three premieres take the temperature of the country’s conscience and the state of our city’s theater making community.
An endearing and indebted parody of iconic British parodists returns to Chicago.
This ever-relevant Tony Award-winning musical gets a solid storefront production in Waukegan.
A fairy tale for the modern age that has aged well, indeed.
While nothing happens, everything occurs in the national touring production of this Tony Award-winning 2017 musical.
This festival’s sampler-style short performances make it an un-intimidating point of entry for folks unfamiliar with contemporary dance and the many things that can mean.
A few of the most anticipated dance events of the fall.
This production of D.H. Lawrence’s novel joins a recent trend of theatrical adaptations of literature that can’t quite make the jump from page to stage.
Nabokov’s darkly compelling novel receives an equally introspective adaptation from the puppet masters at Rough House.