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The new musical is based on an Oscar-winning coming-out tale
A new theater company launches to serve deaf artists and audiences
‘At the Table,’ ‘High Fidelity’ take top honors
School may be almost out for summer, but theater’s not going anywhere soon
When and where to spread out a blanket and see a play under the stars this summer
Perhaps this touring production of the discomfiting chestnut should mark the end of its era
Griffin reinvents Ragtime in a “chamber musical” revival that’s brimming with invention and heart
Two women experience love's ups, downs, ins and outs out of order in Tanya Barfield’s gem of a romance
Jason Robert Brown’s impressive score and a strong cast make for an enjoyable staging of the somewhat chilly musical
Sandra Delgado’s La Havana Madrid, a fondly rendered tribute to a Lakeview Latinx nightclub and the new immigrants to which it catered in the 1960s and ’70s,...
Last week, while the theater found itself unexpectedly in the national news thanks to outrage over the Public Theater’s Trumpesque Julius Caesar in New York,...
The initial lineup for this fall’s inaugural Chicago International Latino Theater Festival, dubbed Destinos, includes visiting companies from Cuba, Mexico,...
Silk Road Rising, the Chicago theater company focused primarily on stories from writers of Asian, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean descent, has announced...
Victory Gardens Theater has announced partial casting for its fall production of the Tony-winning musical Fun Home, directed by Gary Griffin. Danni Smith, a...
Neighborly goodwill gets mowed down in a property dispute in Karen Zacarías’s carefully pruned comedy
Literary heroines get dangerous in the Hypocrites’ raucous revisiting
The promised land remains out of reach in Antoinette Nwandu’s allegorical portrait of young black men waiting for change
A powerful, thrilling and acrobatic new adaptation that, like Ahab, just can’t quite capture the whale