After its success with touring "The Jackie Wilson Story" to a number of urban venues -- including a monthlong run at Harlem's Apollo Theater in 2003 -- Chicago's Black Ensemble Theater is exploring…
A hip-hop version of "Much Ado About Nothing," a stage tuner incarnation of "Willy Wonka," a revival of Peter Schaffer's "Amadeus" directed by Gary Griffin, and its first production of a Christopher…
The Goodman Theater's 2006 production of "King Lear," directed by Robert Falls and starring Stacy Keach, will be remounted next year by the Shakespeare Theater Company in Washington, D.C. Show will…
Calling it Chekhovian may be going to extremes, but this lovely, scaled-down version of "Carousel" invests an aura of naturalism into the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic.
This year's rollout of season announcements for Chicago's biggest theaters resembles nothing so much as the TKTS half-price booth in Times Square for the last year or two, with Broadway shows such as…
To fully appreciate the depth and breadth of quality within the Steppenwolf acting ensemble, seeing the Broadway hit "August: Osage County" won't suffice.
While Horton Foote has consistently seen his plays produced throughout the country, he is arguably only now being fully embraced in the urban areas that form the nation's theatrical capitals.
After playing to sold-out houses in Chicago since opening in October, "Jersey Boys" will extend its Windy City engagement indefinitely. Tix are now on sale for perfs through July 13.
The Goodman Theater has cancelled its planned premiere of the musical "The Boys Are Coming Home."
"Don't despair," urges a character in Horton Foote's "Talking Pictures," one of the esteemed playwright's lesser-known but treasurable works receiving a rare revival at Chicago's Goodman Theater.
"Fragments" -- Brook's collection of five Beckett pieces, three exquisitely expressive performers and one notably void rectangular playing space -- makes only this single U.S. stop in Chicago on a…