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…
Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann, creators of Tony-winner "Urinetown," will premiere another original musical, "Yeast Nation: The Triumph of Life," as part of the upcoming American Theater Company season…
A restaging of Trevor Nunn's hit 2001 revival that ran over two years in the West End but never made it to Broadway, this touring production of "My Fair Lady" has been playing smaller cities for the…
The Lookingglass Theater Company's motto, "Theater without a net," can usually be regarded as a nice metaphor for its often edgy fare, but in the case of "Hephaestus," the phrase should be taken…
The Shaw Festival of Canada comes to Chicago with a polished, strikingly handsome production of "Saint Joan," demonstrating with aplomb the value of a company that devotes itself to a playwright's…
The latest tuner from the book writers of "Jersey Boys," the world preem of a play by Lynn Nottage and a new collaboration between helmer Robert Falls and thesp Brian Dennehy are all on deck for the…