City Lit Theater’s 37th season lineup, announced yesterday by City Lit artistic director Terry McCabe, includes a mix of three world premieres, plus a classic comedy of the 19th Century that has not been seen in Chicago in 120 years. City Lit has long been known for its adaptations and...
Chicago director and educator Lisa Portes was named one of six new members to the Theatre Communications Group board of directors.
Following an extensive nationwide search Arts Alliance Illinois announced today that Claire Rice has been named new Executive Director.
The one-time grants range from $5,000 to $75,000 awards and totaling $580,000, allow productions extra time in the development and rehearsal of new plays with the entire creative team, helping to extend the life of the play after its first run.
In this unique staged reading, the play will be performed simultaneously in ASL and Spoken English, matching Yasmina Reza’s prose with the visual language of ASL.
Grant awards are distributed annually and support a variety of essential programs and services for those in the Chicago community in need.
Windy City Playhouse announced its third season today, kicking off with the Chicago premiere of Robert O’Hara’s coming-of-age story BOOTYCANDY. A semi-autobiographical, award-winning Off-Broadway-hit, BOOTYCANDY will be directed here by the playwright himself, beginning January 25.
Eclectic’s 2016 production of MAKE ME A SONG Eclectic Full Contact Theater has announced their 2016-2017 season which includes, DOG SEES GOD: CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE BLOCKHEAD, THE HISTORY BOYS, and GIDIONS KNOT. “We are excited about our upcoming productions, which will not only entertain, but also challenge our audiences!”,...