Close quarters, minuscule budgets, and structural limitations can work wonders when it comes to creating intimacy and forcing invention.
by Zac Thompson | Jun 23, 2016
Eugene O'Neill's family tragedy gets a true-to-life staging at Court Theatre.
by Zac Thompson | Mar 23, 2016
From the downtown theater district to neighborhood storefronts, efforts are underway to make Chicago theater less uniformly white, thin, able-bodied, and gender-conforming.
by Zac Thompson | Mar 22, 2016
Roberto Bolaño's sprawling novel becomes a phantasmagoric five-and-a-half-hour ride.
by Zac Thompson | Feb 18, 2016
Bruce Norris's dark comedy looks at the aftermath of a political sex scandal.
by Zac Thompson | Dec 16, 2015
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