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Cirque du Soleil, new Broadway tours and more
The complaints aren’t just sour grapes
The new musical is based on an Oscar-winning coming-out tale
A new theater company launches to serve deaf artists and audiences
When and where to spread out a blanket and see a play under the stars this summer
Kokandy Productions stages the Chicago premiere of Michael John LaChiusa’s esoteric 2003 musical about a hesitant young woman in the big pond of NYC
The musical spoof about down-and-out Elizabethan playwrights inventing musical theater in the shadow of Shakespeare arrives at the Oriental on tour
A solo play about the rock critic Lester Bangs constructs a portrait of his outsize personality, but doesn't answer the question posed by its title
What you think you know—about gender, family dynamics or Steppenwolf—is up for debate in Taylor Mac’s charming and challenging work
Montego Glover, a Tony Award nominee for her role in Broadway’s Memphis, will take over the role of Angelica Schuyler in the Chicago cast of...
The Gift Theatre, the 40-seat Equity storefront theater in Jefferson Park, announced plans for its 2018 season on Sunday.
The three-play slate includes a...
Steep Theatre Company revealed plans Monday morning for its 2017–2018 season, the Edgewater company’s 17th year.
The four-play slate opens with the Chicago...
The Roustabouts’ premiere of Ike Holter’s new play Put Your House in Order—opening a week from tonight, after last Friday’s surprise announcement—went on...
Steppenwolf Theatre Company has revealed full casting for the first two shows of the fall, the Chicago premiere of Jessica Dickey’s The Rembrandt and the...
Griffin reinvents Ragtime in a “chamber musical” revival that’s brimming with invention and heart
The Goodman takes O’Neill’s aberrantly warm family comedy down from the shelf for an affable revival
A blazing young ensemble brings its best to the table in this prickly portrait of friends and enmities
A powerful, thrilling and acrobatic new adaptation that, like Ahab, just can’t quite capture the whale
Disney unleashes its lavish magic as the Broadway musical kicks off its national tour in Chicago