The Tony Award-winning musical gets its regional premiere at Paramount Theatre in Aurora.
A classic cat and mouse game starring a disgraced former president and a has-been talk show host comes to life at Redtwist Theatre.
A feast for the eyes and ears, this production at Porchlight Music Theatre offers an encouraging parallel world.
Piven Theatre Workshop and Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre co-produce this place-based world premiere about Evanston’s racially-charged history.
Ekman’s ode to Scandinavian solstice is a triumph of vision, imagination and masterful stagecraft.
In producing this play about prison and societal reintegration, Victory Gardens Theater unconsciously traffics in some of the racial dynamics that prop up the prison system.
The wildly witty and inquisitive company presents two reimagined shorter works: an expanded riff on a short piece created for Hubbard Street last year and a mashup of memorable moments from past Plush shows.
Much like the real museums it is based on, the fictional setting for Collaboraction’s newest show isolates its contents from their context.
Harking back to the early forties and the late eighties, this revival at Kokandy Productions is not so much timely as full of time.
No amount of frosting can sweeten the bitter aftertaste of this Midwest premiere at Rivendell Theatre Ensemble.