Once one of the crown jewels of the Chicago theater scene, Wisdom Bridge has fallen on hard times. This month the board indefinitely suspended paychecks to the entire staff.
by Lewis Lazare | Jan 23, 1992
Gay-themed plays now account for nearly half of the productions at David Zak's Bailiwick Repertory.
by Lewis Lazare | May 22, 1997
The demise of the Body Politic marks the end of an era in Chicago theater, but it's a new beginning for John Walker and Victory Gardens.
by Lewis Lazare | Jul 27, 1995
Lewis Lazare takes his act elsewhere.
by Lewis Lazare | Nov 9, 2000
The creators of the ultracool Blackbird have a warmer restaurant in mind.
by Lewis Lazare | Nov 2, 2000
Michael Cullen is going Cajun, and he's taking Sheila Henaghan and a new Platt with him.
by Lewis Lazare | Oct 26, 2000
North Pond Cafe's Richard Mott scores another prime park location.
by Lewis Lazare | Oct 19, 2000
Was Ed Burgess's art really too hot for Bailiwich patrons to handle? Or was teh dispute over lobby art just a symptom of deeper problems as the theater?
by Lewis Lazare | Oct 12, 2000
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