History has a history of repeating itself…
This new play from Steven Levenson sees the past and present as a continuum of conflict.
Learn about the history of Chicago dance in a new free exhibit at the Newberry Library. #sponsored
Michael John LaChiusa’s musical could have been an empowering feminist adventure based on a true story. Instead it’s a tepid moral dirge.
Co-written by ensemble members Tarell Alvin McCraney and Tina Landau, this world premiere is generous, idealistic and irresistibly queer.
“We have no children and no relatives we trust with money, so at a certain age we were thinking about what [our] legacy is and our bequest to the future.”
New York-based Brian Brooks writes a coda to his Harris Theater residency with a revisioning of his chaotic and complex “Terrain.”
Inspired by James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” Steven Dietz’s play is structured as a chord of simultaneity rather than a sequence of events.
A presidential party, punks versus Putin, a real cliff hanger, and more usher in this first month of (fingers crossed) summer.
This new play by George Brandt broadly broaches feminist rhetoric without committing to, or really understanding, the realities of being a woman.