Nothing Without a Company has announced the lineup for the 24-Hour Fest Volume V.
The cast of THE INFINITE WRENCH. Photo by Joe Mazza The Neo-Futurists have announced their 2017-18 Season, continuing their journey to 10,000 short plays through the first year of their new flagship show, THE INFINITE WRENCH. The ensemble of fifteen, having recently added five new members, brings three full-length Prime...
Stage Left Theatre has announced the cast and creative team for the upcoming Chicago premiere of BUILDING THE WALL by Robert Schenkkan.
In this 4-part series, PerformInk takes you inside Kokandy Productions’ BONNIE & CLYDE through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes.
Breon Arzell and Daniel Kyri are both making their Goodman Theatre debuts in Charles Smith’s Objects in the Mirror. PerformInk’s Kyle Whalen sat down with the duo for a revealing in-depth conversation on life and art.
“I feel like the first time you work with a director, you’re designing, you’re doing all the normal stuff, but you’re also learning how to communicate. You’re learning each other’s vocabularies. Which is always real exciting, I mean. It’s just like first dates with people—you don’t know what’s going to happen.”
Attend any production of FOR PETER PAN ON HER 70TH BIRTHDAY and you’re guaranteed to witness a deeply intimate play — a gift, in fact — written by playwright Sarah Ruhl specifically for her mother, Kathleen Ruhl.
Upon entering the sunny rehearsal space for Theater Wit’s 10 OUT OF 12, I find two of everything: two stage managers at their duplicate tables; two directors alternately sitting back in pensive reflection, then hopping up to offer guidance; two sets of assistant directors noting their mentors’ every move. Watching the preparation of this ambitious play—which details, moment by moment, the process of a tech rehearsal—provides a double image of a singular experience.