There will be a world premiere play by Marcus Gardley as part of this season’s lineup at the Victory Gardens Theatre. But instead of the previously announced “A Wonder in My Soul,” audiences will see “An Issue of Blood,” a story that is part history and part myth.
Drury Lane Theatre’s grand-scale, emotionally wrenching production of “West Side Story” is a vivid reminder of the musical’s enduring mix of tragic grandeur and streetwise savvy.
TUTA Theatre Chicago will present the U.S. premiere of French playwright Jean-Luc Lagarce’s “Music Hall,” which will run Feb. 5-March 8 at The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee. The production will then transfer Off Broadway.
The Michael Maggio Directing Fellow is a position named in honor of the theater’s Late associate artistic director.
The beloved Disney film-turned-live-action ice show arriving in Chicago this week for 34 shows between dates at both Allstate Arena and the United Center.
The University of Chicago’s Contempo celebrating its 50th anniversary with a series of concerts beginning Jan. 24.
“The MLK Project: The Fight or Civil Rights” opens Jan. 24 at Chicago Children’s Theatre.
It has been nearly a quarter of a century since the original edition of “Stomp” was created — and the percussion spectacle and enduring global sensation is as bold and bristling as ever.
“Bob’s Burgers LIVE” is headed to the Chicago Theatre.
South African-born comedian and new “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” contributor Trevor Noah brings his standup act to UP Comedy Club in Old Town Jan. 16-18.