Chicago's Latest Performing Arts News
By: Myrna Petlicki and Lawrence Bommer
Lawrence Bommer, Chicago based free-lance writer, critic, and playwright and Chicago Footlights managing editor and arts columnist Myrna Petlicki share their first times at the theater.
By: E. R. Prost
Experience an enchanting evening under the stars in Spring Green, WI, where nature and art come together at American Players Theatre.
By: Jesse Garza and Jim Higgins, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A 300-year-old Stradivarius violin on loan to Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Frank Almond was stolen during an armed robbery after a performance by Almond at Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn said Tuesday.
By: Milwaukee Ballet
Milwaukee Ballet is only holding one audition for male and female dancers interested in the Milwaukee Ballet Company for the 2014-15 season.
By: Catey Sullivan, Chicago Arts and Culture
The Second City does a seasonal special, Hellcab plays at Profiles Theatre, and Burning Bluebeard is on at The Wit.
By: Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
Private donations make ambitious project in Glencoe possible
By: Chris Jones, Theater Loop, Chicago Tribune
The Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of David Lindsay-Abaire's Broadway drama "Good People," and its lead actress, Mariann Mayberry, emerged triumphant at the Joseph Jefferson Awards held at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace on Monday...
By: Gerould Kern, editor
Chicago ranks as one of the most important theater cities in the world, earning accolades in the same breath with London and New York. This city is the birthplace of many great American plays and launched the hopes and careers of many Hollywood,...
By: Kris Vire, Time Out Chicago
Which Chicago plays are the most anticipated of the fall? These 16 shows are among those we're most looking forward to as the new theater season begins.
By: Jeff Awards press announcement
The Equity Jeff Awards celebrate 45th season