Akvavit Theatre presents two Norwegian one-act plays, "Goliath" and "The Returning."
"Casa Valentina" tells the story of cis-gender straight men who spend weekends in the Catskills dressed as women.
Opening City Lit Theater's season will be a new production of "The Hound of the Baskervilles," their 2007 Jeff-nominated adaptation.
Greenhouse Theatre presents an ink-black satire from one of Britain’s most acclaimed and provocative writers.
One professional actor downs at least 5 shots of whiskey and then attempts to perform...in a Shakespearean play.
American Blues Theater presents the Chicago revival of this smart and fun high-grade dramedy that turns politics into entertainment.
Milwaukee Rep presents a comedic classical music duel, featuring the music of many great composers!
Returning for the first time since its celebrated Chicago premiere, Steppenwolf presents Tarell Alvin McCraney’s "The Brothers Size."
A holiday scandal at the Pemberley residence stirs up old misunderstandings and new secrets.
A lighthearted story of how a genre of music grew out from the streets of Chicago into a worldwide lifestyle.
Silk Road Rising presents this world premiere co-produced with International Voices Project.
Lauren Yee's witty and weighty four-character comic drama comes to the Steppenwolf stage for its Chicago premiere.
High humor and human drama collide in The Goodman's rollicking "Bernhardt/Hamlet."
"Dana H.," based on a true story, shatters the boundaries of the art form and our understanding of good and evil.
Before the "Game of Thrones," there was this masterpiece.
Milwaukee Rep presents an intimate drama about who tells the story of America.
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Experience this immersive psychological thriller up close and personal at Windy City Playhouse.
Partners become wolves and phantoms in "70 Scenes of Halloween," a domestic drama about a marriage dying of familiarity.
Aston Rep presents this visionary and passionate work that sets out to explore the complex relationships between devotion and myth.