One professional actor downs at least 5 shots of whiskey and then attempts to perform...in a Shakespearean play.
A brand new, improvised musical from Chicago's best every Saturday at 8:30.
This show is a veritable BRUNCH BUFFET of comedy and music – from stand up, to solo sketch, to musicians of all kinds.
An original sketch show written by kids, performed by grown-ups and enjoyed by humans.
Christian Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt, each eloquent soloists with a long history of performing together, make a thrilling recital appearance.
A shockingly funny Japanese-style punishment game show - complete with tasty sushi and booze.
A fun and family-friendly show where kids can watch a story unfold - all based on their suggestions!
Come, explore, and be a fly on the wall for all the juicy drama. Mad Men meets Desperate Housewives in this one-of-kind, voyeuristic theater
The Royal George Theatre presents a crazy night of Halloween trivia, audience interaction and the funniest costume contest you’ve ever seen.
A hilarious 90-minute improv comedy show where two teams create comedy scenes, songs and games right on the spot based on your suggestions.
Come see The Second City e.t.c.'s brand new 43rd Revue.
Come by for some of the funniest and most unique drinking stories you've heard!
The long-running, solo comedy show has been entertaining Chicago for more than 24 years!
Put on your finest furs, but leave your inhibitions at the door, and enter the deliciously depraved world of "Delirium!"
Five birthday guests are asked to dress as the birthday boy's favorite actress, Joan Crawford. Soon, the five "Joans" begin disappearing.
With new plays every week, THE INFINITE WRENCH is an ongoing and ever-changing attempt to shift the conventions of live performance.
This Fall, join the Playhouse for an interactive experience...
The award-winning "Sugar in Our Wounds" is part of playwright Donja R. Love’s trilogy of black love at pivotal moments in history.
Trickery Chicago is fun, intimate, sometimes outrageous, and always hilarious.
A stunning burlesque spectacular featuring Chicago's top talent.
Fire eating! Glass walking! and more... come see it at "Freak Show and Tell."
An exclusive Seven Deadly Sins Halloween party with magic, burlesque, dancing, and open bar at a private, members-only club in Lincoln Park.
Before the "Game of Thrones," there was this masterpiece.
The Annoyance House Ensemble improvises based on an audience suggestion.
Secret comedy shows in secret locations.
Come see The Comedy Bar’s new variety show featuring comedy and variety acts every Saturday at 11pm. Produced by Michelle L’amour.
See a side of the museum you’ve never seen before!
Makuyeika Colectivo Teatral's "Andares" crafts a vivid mosaic of indigenous life in México today.
Audience suggestions spur a full length thriller in the style of Alfred Hitchcock.
Red Theater Company presents a play simultaneously in English and American Sign Language.
An all-gay improv team that plays with gender roles through universal scenework and hilarious characters.
Metropolis Performing Arts Center presents a high-seas romp showcasing one of Cole Porter’s most magical scores!
Boho Theatre presents this heartfelt and truly magical musical about fathers, sons, and the stories we use to define our identities.
Opening City Lit Theater's season will be a new production of "The Hound of the Baskervilles," their 2007 Jeff-nominated adaptation.
iO's best and brightest delight in a show that's half monologue, half improvised musical.
Get ready for a night of sanguine ritual and performance including drag, burlesque, cabaret, and more!
Pride Arts Center presents the heartwarming story of Alfie Byrne, a Dublin man with a passion for staging Oscar Wilde’s plays.
The Tony Award Winning Best Musical ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
It’s time for women across the nation to collectively reclaim comedy, starting with The Second City!
Aston Rep presents this visionary and passionate work that sets out to explore the complex relationships between devotion and myth.
David Afkham leads Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Brahms' Third Symphony, accompanied by a program of Hadyn and Strauss.