The natural world, internal landscapes and political spheres collide this month in dance.
At Writers Theatre, playwright Qui Nguyen weaves a story that is uniquely Asian and indivisibly American.
Black Button Eyes Productions captures the misanthropy in John Collier’s stories but misses his sly take on the shadows surrounding civilized life.
There is not enough dramatic scaffolding to support the bulk of thematic materials in this world premiere from Promethean Theatre Ensemble.
The local premiere of this Samuel D. Hunter play at Griffin Theatre Company gives audience to the private suffering of its postulants.
With seven companies whose specialties range from pointe to head spins, the “Dance For Life” program promises to be not only a worthy fundraiser, but one of the most eclectic dance concerts of the year.
Returning to the Goodman Theatre a year after suffering a heart attack while on its stage, Stacy Keach consummates his performance of the tumultuous, iconic Ernest Hemingway in this affecting solo show.
Like the fields tilled by the victims of Holodomor, Abbey Fenbert’s new play at Red Theater Chicago needs air and space in order to properly grow.
Eclipse Theatre Company’s William Inge season continues with this 1955 play about getting lost in order to get found.
The annual tap festival is a chance to see the boundary-pushing work of CHRP’s first ever artist-in-residence Dani Borak.