Thirty years ago, few people would have expected conceptual artist Gregg Bordowitz to live long enough to see his career retrospective.
Ashley Wheater’s grand spectacle premieres February 13 at the Auditorium Theatre.
Crawling intestines, creepy infant heads, and a Frank Lloyd Wright connection — this interactive new show by Rough House has it all.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright dishes on Downstate, which he set in southern Illinois. It runs at Steppenwolf September 20 through November 4.
The actor heads back to the Goodman to finish what he started.
Plantation! is about a white woman in present-day Texas who decides to give her property to descendants of a slave her family owned.
The local actor talks about body issues, getting his dream role, and his upcoming stint in About Face and Theater Wit’s Significant Other.
A Chicagoan’s quest to learn the truth about his father—whose life is the subject of a new graphic novel—delves deep into the city’s criminal past, crosses paths with one of the 20th century’s most notorious murderers, and leads to unexpected redemption.
From school shootings to losing your home, Stielstra’s new collection, The Wrong Way to Save Your Life, examines what turns terror into action.
Then, the South Side artists asks: “Why do they become special when I paint them? Why did you not care when it was just boarded up?”