Another year’s worth of creative, collaborative and often innovative Chicago theater is under our belts. Recent offerings were marked by wildly ambitious projects at budget levels large and small, from Robert Falls and Seth Bockley’s sprawling stage adaptation of Roberto Bolaño’s 2666 at the Goodman to a bare-bones and balls-out reinvention of Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape at Oracle Theatre. The season was also notable for an increasingly open and necessary discourse about representation of minorities in casting, show selection and other aspects of shaping a Chicago season. We took in both the shows themselves and the conversations around them, and we’re back to present the second annual Time Out Chicago Theater Awards. Once again, we asked you to vote on our chosen nominees in 10 categories from shows that opened between June 1, 2015, and May 31. And once again, we’ve singled out a few special commendations of our own.