Dorothy L. Sayers’ debut novel gets the Lifeline literary adaptation treatment.
Helmed by Paramount artistic director Jim Corti, this production has plenty to holler about.
Based on the book by “Dear Sugar” columnist Cheryl Strayed, this attentive adaptation showcases the eternally-complicated task of being a person.
A veteran TV writer turns his attention to the presidency.
Intelligently scripted, deftly directed, capably acted, this production is less than the sum of its well-crafted parts.
“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.
Packed with premieres and performances of all kinds, September shows Chicago theater at its best and brightest.
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.