It’s been a wild fall for commercial theater in Chicago—the early closing follows close on the heels of the crash and burn of HELLDRIVERS OF DAYTONA, which played only one performance at the Royal George before closing after unanimous pans.
The Music Box with its vintage charm and sparkly stars on the ceiling is the perfect setting for the fantastical site-specific opera THE LOVE POTION by the Chicago Opera Theater (COT). Directed and designed by Artistic Director Andreas Mitisek
Chicago Children’s Theatre announced grand opening plans today for its new home, the former 12th District Police Station at 100 S. Racine Avenue, now being transformed into a performing arts and community center in Chicago’s West Loop, called appropriately “The Station.” Phase One of the project opens in February, and...
“Your twenties are supposed to be confusing.” As a twenty-something, I hear that line a lot – and it’s true. However independent we feel at sixteen, eighteen, nineteen – most of us feel somehow unprepared for real adulthood.