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Liliana Padilla's play speaks to the current climate without just quoting headlines and allows us to escape into another world without neglecting our own.
A provocative and powerful new play by Clare Barron, told with equal parts joy and seriousness.
Based on the book by "Dear Sugar" columnist Cheryl Strayed, this attentive adaptation showcases the eternally-complicated task of being a person.
Tactfully drawing out the ethnic tension and socio-political context in which it was born, Lyric's production evinces the perpetually incisive quality of this iconic musical.
Directed by Jessica Fisch, this regional premiere evinces just how starved the theater world is for fat-positive representation.
Double standards and double helix collide in this timely history play.
Star of Broadway and MCU alike, Danai Gurira ("Eclipsed") turns her talents back to playwriting with this portrait of an intergenerational immigrant family negotiating the expectations of tr…
Silence speaks where words fail in this Chicago premiere from Bess Wohl at A Red Orchid Theatre.
TimeLine Theatre Company's revival of Terrence McNally's 1995 play demonstrates the resilience of Maria Callas' story and pedagogy.
Firebrand Theatre and TimeLine Theatre Company's co-produce this stirring revival with book and lyrics by Tony Kushner and music Jeanine Tesori.
While the script sometimes gets in its own way, this TimeLine Theatre production is affecting and engaging thanks in large part to Vanessa Stalling's direction
Erin Shea Brady talks with casting director Catherine Miller and actors Emilie Modaff and Avi Roque about breaking down the binary in theater and performance.
This justice-charged work from For Youth Inquiry proves that art for change and art for joy are not mutually exclusive.
This Chicago premiere at Greenhouse Theater Center is sure to waddle its way right into your heart.
An internet meme turned first rate feminist farce gets its Chicago premiere at Theater Wit.
Despite being untethered from any kind of context, Theo Ubique's final production at No Exit Cafe transcends.
This National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere at Redtwist Theatre delivers exactly what its title promises.
The Comrades pit historical accuracy against the possibilities of progress in this Chicago premiere from Jessica Dickey.