In Talgot Batalov’s "Uzbek," the tales of Central Asian immigrants become fodder for a stand-up comedy routine.
"Roast" by Harry Wood explores the deeply intertwined worlds of comedy and tragedy, humor and grief.
"For Services Rendered" is a blistering portrait of the devastating aftermath of war & its effect on its survivors.
"Afterglow" explores the emotional and physical connections between three men and the broader implications within their relationships.
Surging Theatrics presents "Game of Tiaras," a comedic adaptation of King Lear influenced by Game of Thrones.
Music Theater Works presents "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," the classic story of love and acceptance by Victor Hugo.
Bruce and Prudence learn to live "Beyond Therapy" in this delightful Off-Broadway hit.
"The Ballad of Lefty & Crabbe" tracks the journey of an ultra-sharp but down-on-their-luck comedy duo navigating the world of entertainment.
Lifeline Theatre presents "Emma," an adaptation of the Jane Austen classic.
An invitation, a provocation, a celebration... It's time Chicago had a queen!
Fleeing domestic violence, rape, and deception, three women find refuge in a squalid apartment in the Izmailovo district of Moscow.
Based on real events, Olzhas Zhanaydarov’s "The Store" exposes the brutal torment of a Kazakh migrant working in Moscow.
37 years after Steppenwolf's first, legendary production of "True West," a new generation takes on Sam Shepard's masterpiece.
The Den Theatre's "Four Places" dives into the harrowing relationship between a mother and her two children.
Pride Films and Plays presents "Desire in a Tinier House," a genre-defying two-character drama that is both sensual and psychological.