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  • The Goodman Theatre celebrates a decade of drama

    The Goodman Theatre celebrates a decade of drama
    When the new $46 million Goodman Theatre opened its doors on Dec. 11, 2000, with the inaugural performance of August Wilson's "King Hedley II," the Loop was beset by a blizzard. Ever cognizant of the political perils of Chicago snowstorms, Mayor Richard...
  • Goodman, Dennehy honor the Daleys

     
    At an event at the Goodman Theatre Monday afternoon, the actor Brian Dennehy and the writer-performer Regina Taylor (a new resident of Chicago) were to honor Chicago's outgoing Mayor Richard M. Daley, and his wife, Maggie Daley. The event, held......
  • Rebecca Gilman in, Galati out at Goodman

     
    Playwright Rebecca Gilman is joining the Goodman Theatre's artistic collective, the loose ensemble of artists who are considered the Goodman's home team, the Chicago theater announced Monday night. Gilman ("The Glory of Living," "Spinning into Butter,"...
  • 'Trinity River Plays' at the Goodman: Taylor's at her best when she's stuck in the muddy truth

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "The Trinity River Plays" ★★★ Through Feb. 20 at the Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn St.; Tickets: $25-$78 at 312-443-3800 or www.goodmantheatre.org Regina Taylor's premiering trilogy, “The Trinity River Plays,” is not really...
  • 'Red' and 'Race' step directly from Broadway to the Goodman Theatre's 2011-12 season

     
    Alfred Molina as Rothko and Eddie Redmayne as Ken in the London production of "Red." • 'Red' by John Logan: An angry artist, plotting a revolution (review posted Dec. 29, 2009) • John Logan and 'Red': In dogged pursuit of......
  • 'God of Carnage' at the Goodman Theatre: A fight over the kids, concluded in time for dinner

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "God of Carnage" ★★★ Through April 17 at the Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn St.; Running time: 1 hour, 15 minutes; Tickets are $25-$78 at 312-443-3800 or www.goodmantheatre.org Post-show dining is always tricky in...
  • ‘Trainspotting’ author to read, spin at Metro

     
    Celebrate the written word and jam with famous authors at Columbia College's Literary Rock & Roll event at Metro....
  • 'El Nogalar' at the Goodman Theatre: Chekov just gets in the way of zesty 'El Nogalar'

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "El Nogalar" ★★ Through April 24 at the Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn St.; Running time: 1 hour, 35 minutes; Tickets: $10-$42 at 312-443-3800 or www.goodmantheatre.org At one juncture in Tanya Saracho's “El Nogalar,&#...
  • Signature Theater Company steps into the MacArthur 'genius' breach

     
    Signature Theater Company annouces a new playwriting program as the MacArthur Fellows Program awards overlooks the theater....
  • Trivia

    Trivia
    The sign at the entrance of the 303rd Logistics building lists CSM E.L Haney as the unit's First Sergeant. Eric L. Haney is the author of Inside Delta Force, the books upon which the show is based. Jonas Blane's nickname, Snake Doctor, is a...
  • What's on Chicago stages this summer? So far, not much

     What's on Chicago stages this summer? So far, not much
    Here is one word to describe the current summer offerings in our great Midwestern capital of live theatrical entertainment: Thin. Sure, we're buzzing through June, what with Nathan Lane, "Timon of Athens" and the TBS Just for Laughs Festival, which is...
  • 40 shows for your Chicago summer, from 'Rock of Ages' on stage to 'Richard III' outdoors

    40 shows for your Chicago summer, from 'Rock of Ages' on stage to 'Richard III' outdoors
    School is winding down and the days are stretching out, which is the perfect time for fun at the old ballpark, beach, street fair, and all the other seasonal frolics that Chicagoans dream about during the dreary winter months. But don't forget that...