Beauty and terror live side by side in this memorable world premiere.
Liars, tyrants, and bears, oh my!
Boris Eifman reimagines this antiquated tale through his unique, sensationalistic style of psychological ballet theater that philosophizes about the complex, emotional realities of human existence.
Tactfully drawing out the ethnic tension and socio-political context in which it was born, Lyric’s production evinces the perpetually incisive quality of this iconic musical.
As corporate interests collude with self-interested politicians to rid our city of any remaining strains of legitimate regional music culture, Evanston-born playwright Laura Eason shows just how long these forces of change have been at work in this local premiere set at the peak of grunge in a fictional Chicago dive bar.
In Chicago, the epitome of influence in modern dance has got to be Shirley Mordine.
Of the several potentially fruitful directions for a play about a generic grown-up teen detective to take, this world premiere is not one of them.
A charming show that stumbles when you look past the material and into more substantial questions about purpose.
This big-hearted, small ensemble musical will tap your troubles away.
Based on the 2007 film of the same name, this world premiere is just as lost as its titular character.