Edited by Kris Vire
The busy director's jam-packed season spans Sweeney Todd to The Sound of Music, with stops at Enron and Taming of the Shrew.
Eight writers recall their Chicago coming-of-age moments in Theatre Seven’s new anthology.
The first three “issues” of a test run for a superhero stage serial have us ready to put it on our pull list.
Bob Fisher’s weird-for-weird’s-sake Warhol homage holds enough intrigue for 15 minutes but goes on for 75 more.
One of the best shows of the past season, Seth Bockley's production of Jason Grote's modern take on Scheherazade returns for a summer remount at Collaboraction.
A brilliantly existential work from epigrammatic writer Will Eno explores a town in the middle of things.
Philip Dawkins’s engaging new work, now extended through August 14, tracks the shared romantic history of a close-knit group of friends.
Restored to something like its original, Chicago-set self, Grease is as lively as a Riverview roller coaster.
Profile: Rachel Rockwell
The ad hoc Society for Young Superheroes will produce three “issues” of its new comics-inspired stage endeavor.
The extraordinary actress, who picked up her first Jeff Award in June, shows remarkable emotional range onstage.
The three-space “multiplex storefront theater” brings the Netflix membership model to the stage.
The voice behind the discount ticket service’s witty Twitter account is also a budding playwright.
A thong or two we noticed checking out the Saturday scene at Boystown’s enduring male strip club.
A new food and shopping market in Chicago turns the River East Arts Center into a shopping mecca once a month.
Rufus Wainwright, Frodo and good ol’ Mozart lead a varied bunch of summer fare.