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All told, this is a compelling take on a notoriously difficult but rewarding script.
Three people escape and assess a horrifying disaster in Steppenwolf production of Lucy Kirkwood's play.
“Pinocchio” feels like it’s got the beginnings of some good ideas, but wasn’t quite ready for prime time.
Unlike some renditions of the crowd-pleasing musical, this one displays deep empathy for the dancers.
“DJEMBE!” takes its name from the goblet-shaped percussion instrument with origins in West Africa.
As American Blues Theater solo show recaps a gay teen's life, it focuses too much on his impact on the straight people.
Playwright Sharyn Rothstein’s new work “Landladies,” was inspired by her reading of Matthew Desmond’s 2016 book “Evicted."
“Southern Comfort” manages to be commendable, invigorating, and insufficient all at once.