They're campy and they're kooky, quite antic and hopelessly romantic. That's "The Addams Family."
Cirque takes a real slip with this frantic, vaudeville-inspired show.
Set in the Chicago suburbs in the fall of 1963, this easily relatable, deeply felt but overlong new play depicts a Jewish family struggling with personal dramas that reflect larger social changes and…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Chicago honored its own Monday as local productions of recent Broadway shows and homegrown Pulitzer winner "Ruined" led the charge at the Joseph Jefferson Equity Awards.
A vibrantly entertaining, insightful new play about -- wait for it -- professional wrestling.
This well-executed Marx Bros. revival pays tribute even if it never quite makes a case for itself.
Tongue-in-cheek is a hard enough act to pull off; it's even harder to follow up.
A straight-ahead showbiz satire that's cleverly crafted and robustly entertaining, if unsurprising.
After plugging away for years as a playhouse that supported writers without gaining a whole lot of recognition, Chicago Dramatists stands to benefit significantly from its history with "A Steady…
A crafty play inspired by the 1982 balloon flight of truck driver 'Lawn Chair Larry' Walters.
Composer Josh Schmidt is intriguing in that he doesn't follow typical rules of musical theater.