North & Sur 1

North & Sur

A fascinating encounter takes place between two giants of World Literature, one from The North, another from The South. North & Sur is Water People Theater’s season opener, now on stage through October 6, 2023.

Murder, ReWrote 2

Murder, ReWrote

Murder, ReWrote Is Hell In A Handbag’s campy parody of ’80s mystery TV series, Murder She Wrote. The Chicago troupe’s latest production at the Den Theatre in Wicker Park recreates an episode of the beloved show, from the opening credits to the final frame.

No Man's Land 3

No Man’s Land

Do Hirst and Spooner really know each other, or are they performing an elaborate charade? The ambiguity – and the comedy – intensify with the arrival of Briggs and Foster. All four inhabit a no-man’s-land between time present and time remembered, between reality and imagination. No Man’s Land is now playing through August 20th, 2023.

GUAC: An Activism Tour 4

GUAC: An Activism Tour

What do you do when you lose a son? Take it from Manuel Oliver, the father of Parkland shooting victim, Joaquin Oliver, you have to what you do best. GUAC is a one-man play about a father turned activist, and his undying love for his son.

The Art Of Bowing 7

The Art Of Bowing

The theatre is dead. And you have the front row seat in Haven Chicago’s multifaceted production of The Art of Bowing.

Recommended: Another Marriage 8

Recommended: Another Marriage

You meet. You marry. You have kids. That’s the way it always goes. Or is it? What if your story changes? What would it cost? Steppenwolf’s Another Marriage is an intimate and beautifully rendered portrait of an ever-evolving relationship that may never be quite finished.

Third or Bust: GO PUFFS! 9

Third or Bust: GO PUFFS!

In the world full of danger, PUFFS stand resilient. Even if they are only third. Follow the adventures of the Boy Who Lived at the Wizard School of Magic and Magic, as seen through the eyes of the Puffs.

Recommended: The Language Archive 10

Recommended: The Language Archive

Aston Rep closes their 15th and final season with Julia Cho’s The Language Archive, a quirky comic drama about communication, its future and its failings.