For 60 years in heady Hyde Park, on the University of Chicago’s campus, the Court has stood its ground, mounting classics from Sophocles to Stoppard. It’s a healthy diet, though in the last few years, groovy deconstructions of vintage musicals and heightened interest in African-American writers have thickened the mix.
|Venue name:||Court Theatre|
5535 S Ellis Ave
|Cross street:||between 55th and 56th Sts|
|Transport:||Bus: 55. Train: Elec Main to 55th St.|
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Scientist Rosalind Franklin’s pioneering work on the double-helix structure of DNA should have netted her a Nobel Prize. Instead, all the credit went to—you’re never going to believe this—her male coworkers. Anna Ziegler’s Photograph 51 captures the complexity...Until Sunday February 17 2019