Goodman Invests in the Next Generation of Artists with CHRISTMAS CAROL
One of the most important pieces to any CHRISTMAS CAROL puzzle is the youth cast. This year, two such young artists in the show were trained through the Goodman’s Summer Musical Theater Intensive program, led by acclaimed music director Doug Peck.
Jackalope Enters Its Second Decade a Leader in New Play Development
Though still small and scrappy, Jackalope has become one of the most respected small companies in Chicago, and their cohort of collaborating artists are some of the most sought after in the off-loop scene.
Chicago Theatre Standards in Action with Citadel’s SEX WITH STRANGERS
“Only then did we start to explore the transitions in which Laura Eason gives us the repeated stage direction: ‘clothes come off, sex is imminent.'”
Steppenwolf: The Next Generation
Some of Steppenwolf’s newest Ensemble Members (and Stars of YOU GOT OLDER) discuss their craft, their company, and their city.
This Place Exists for Other People — a Conversation With Will Davis
As American Theater Company prepares for its 33rd season, Kyle Whalen sits down with Artistic Director Will Davis to talk his creative process, and about the season’s theme “what does it mean to be an American?”
First Drafts, Focus, and Faith: Getting Candid with Calamity West
An in-depth conversation with the boisterously honest and unapologetically opinionated Chicago-based playwright.
THE CIVILITY OF ALBERT CASHIER Aims to Awaken Compassion in Modern-Day Civilians
“My sincere hope is that it will build more understanding and empathy and open people’s eyes to the fact that there are just so many different kinds of people,” Shay says.
Breon Arzell and Daniel Kyri On Goals, Creating, Representation, and Self-Care
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.
Collaboration and Curiosity, Inside the Creative Life of Scott Davis
“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.”
At Shattered Globe FOR PETER PAN Is a Family Affair
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.