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Robert Tenges’s Latest Play is Just, Like, Whatever

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A playwright with a teenage son looks at the emotional landscape of adolescence.

The Makers of the Music Makers

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In Chicago, discovering creative performers and craftsmen expressing who we are as a civilization.

Finding the Poetry in a Culture at War

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Romero's trilogy of plays on the USA at war are "poetic and surprisingly gentle".

A New Home for the Modern Myth

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Embracing "wacky" untold stories with one of Chicago's newest companies.

Zoë Wanamaker Talks Theater Here and Abroad

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The Anglo-American actress gabs about the Encores! "Zorba!" and much more.

A Magical Interruption

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Join us as we discuss MT Cozzola's newest play Pop Up Kid, as well as all things Magical Realism.

Between Martyrdom and Sacrifice

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At what point is our proof of passion enough?

We Need More Crappy Plays

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Harold Clurman said, "You can't have good plays unless you have a lot of bad ones."

Steppenwolf Brings the Heat

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Issues of class, race and survival during Chicago's 1995 heat wave.

A Manifesto for Theaters and Interns, Part 1

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A list of do's and don'ts.

A Playwright and Director on a Pilgrimage

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On "The Mecca Tales" and pilgrimage.

Prop Thtr: Not About Money, But Art

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What my teenage brother would describe as "weird."

Cheryl Coons on the Dramatists Guild: Is It Worth It?

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How one playwright drives the "national conversation."

Surreality Check, Part 2: Building a Lookingglass Wonderland

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Pushing beyond the limits of realism.

Surreality Check: Why Are Most Current Plays Realistic?

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Questioning the dominance of realism in contemporary plays.

McCullough vs. the Shakespeare Cult

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An “eye and ear for irony and caustic, comic dialogue."

The Creativity of a Twisted Sister

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"Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale" provides a surprising delight in Chicago.

Fear and Freedom: The Runaways Lab Theatre

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The Runaways Lab Theatre, “a company bent on achieving the impossible –no more, no less”.

Sexpionage with Martin Zimmerman

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Digging into history for a play about sexuality, censorship and mass communication.

Second City No More: A Roundtable on Chicago Theater

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Akhtar, Peet, Senior and Witt on Chicago vs. New York theater.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?