The world premiere adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel revisits a mysterious double murder and the young woman at the center of the crimes.
The stage adaptation of John Buchan’s novel, made famous by Alfred Hitchcock, plays south by southwest of Chicago at Glen Ellyn’s McAninich Arts Center.
John Synge’s mythic epic receives its first Chicago production in over a century.
Steppenwolf’s season opener sends unclear signals of the road ahead while offering memorable performances from two of its most celebrated ensemble members.
This epic follows Abraham Lincoln’s daily interactions and dreams leading up to the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, fluidly and superbly.
There’s a leading man with some sort of problem or another, a squeaky chorine-cum-star who doesn’t have the goods, a real leading lady who is thinking of leaving the show, a gangster with a lot of money who must be obeyed and one or two of his henchman who end up in the show-proper.
In a play that is traditionally set in a small, fictional town of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, Redtwist diversifies the cast … It is a keen and interesting perspective on what life might look like if diverse communities were the norm.