"The Last Ship," the new Broadway musical with songs by Sting, has filled in its production timeline, with a Chicago tryout set for this summer prior to a fall bow on the Main Stem. Set against the…
If you're going to make your directing debut under a harsh industry spotlight with minimal rehearsal time, it's smart to appropriate a world-famous production's concept and numerous veterans of same…
With a history of infusing classic tales with fresh theatricality, auteur-director Mary Zimmerman ("Metamorphoses") is both a natural choice to adapt a Disney film to the stage and a nearly…
Bernard “Bernie” Sahlins, who co-founded Chicago's Second City theater and who nurtured the early careers of many of the earliest stars of “Saturday Night Live,” died Sunday. He was 90. Andrew…
The Tony Awards Administration committee has decided to open up eligibility for its annual Regional Theater Award to New York legit companies. Kudo, the recipient of which is selected every year by…
New musical "Big Fish" has a high-class problem. In the six months between the end of this Chicago tryout and its Broadway launch in September, creatives need to resist tampering too much with…
The Broadway musical version of “Bullets Over Broadway” has targeted the St. James Theater, with the show locking the venue and the timeframe for an April 2014 bow. Production will mark a return to…
The weather outside was melancholy -- sheets of rain and a thick blanket of fog -- but inside the Chicago Theater, the mood was altogether exuberant at Thursday evening's Roger Ebert memorial tribute.
Profiles Theater, the epitome of Chicago's storefront legit scene, might at first seem a surprising choice for the U.S. premiere of a high-profile American scribe like Neil LaBute.
This winter, the blizzards in Chicago aren't solely of the meteorological variety.
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