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The humor in First Folio Theatre's "Women In Jeopardy" sadly comes at the expense of its characters' dignity.
Small town yearning fills this Chicago premiere at Shattered Globe Theatre.
A profile of several local theater companies exploring the boundaries of independence in artmaking.
A bittersweet new play from Joshua Harmon ("Bad Jews") about being single and staying strong.
Gian Carlo Menotti's Pulitzer prize-winning opera has aged into a fixated and tonally limited dystopia.
This new, site-specific work shows how young artists tackle (sometimes literally) the obstacles in their lives.
This inventive new work blends music and movement together to tell the story of a Eleonora Duse, once called "the greatest actor that ever lived."
A look at how a handful of theater companies, performance troupes and community organizations are decentralizing narratives about where theater happens in Chicago.
This adaptation of Brecht's final, unfinished play feels less lived in than lived out.
The latest mainstage production from The Neo-Futurists seeks to demystify and deepen our collective understanding of dementia.
William Finn's semi-autobiographical and deeply personal musical explores the life of the mind while under siege from within.
George Orwell's best-selling dystopian novel receives an urgent adaptation at AstonRep.
This epic follows Abraham Lincoln’s daily interactions and dreams leading up to the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, fluidly and superbly.