From musicals to new works, there’s plenty of variety among February’s most promising theater
The sixth annual celebration of Chicago theater puts a spotlight on new stages
Stay warm with a wide array of new plays to start off the new year
In a year when ‘identity politics’ was a hot topic, much of 2017’s best theater grappled with questions of identity
The 25-year-old poet’s first play, premiering at Steppenwolf, is a vivid portrait of young black women’s lives
This metaphysical dramedy set in small-town Minnesota is bruising and hilarious
Melissa Ross’s melancholy piece is one for those who wonder if it’s too late to go back to the roads not taken
Two families work through national and neighborly fear as the Cuban Missile Crisis looms in this new comedy by Basil Kreimendahl
Calamity West’s new murder mystery is taut, complex and a bloody good time
Victory Gardens Theater announced the lineup for its 2018–19 season this morning—a slate to open with the Chicago premiere of Paula Vogel’s highly acclaimed...
As part of its LookOut performance program in the 1700 Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company will host a remount of Haven Theatre’s We’re Gonna Die—a...
A new Chicago-set TV drama from longtime collaborators Caitlin Parrish and Erica Weiss has been ordered to pilot by CBS, according to reports from The...
Two-time Tony Award winner Patti LuPone wowed the internet with her performance of “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. And now...
The guy who most people affectionately know as Dwight Schrute is headed to Chicago to fill the lead role in The Doppelgänger (An International Farce) at...
Nobody’s a hero in Brett Neveu’s assertively amusing modernization of Ibsen
Nobody’s throwing away their shot in this top-shelf Chicago staging of the most talked-about new musical in years