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Arthur Miller’s late work, regarding the American reaction to the rise of the Third Reich, receives a blistering revival at Redtwist.
Idris Goodwin’s new work makes scholarly talk of inequalities manifest.
Two ordinary guys, albeit guys with an above-average love of pratfalls and silly hats, re-create all seven Harry Potter books in little more than an hour.
David Hammond’s adaptation of Henry Fielding’s sprawling novel is wry and witty but ultimately wearying.
Nick Horst dazzles in Richard Greenberg’s complex Catskills tale.
Christopher Hampton’s fascinating 1994 take on Lewis Carroll’s work gets a terrific Chicago premiere.
Bill and Ted, best known for excellent adventures and bogus journeys, return in stage-musical form to conquer evil and restore peace through rock & roll. Meagan Piccochi’s inspired vision of a pair of grown-up dudes balancing righteousness, fame and family overflows with playful charm.
Archetypes meet stereotypes in a semi-improvised mash-up of commedia and John Hughes.
A fantastic cast brings the hills to life in Rachel Rockwell’s confident Rodgers and Hammerstein revival.
Asian-American authors reflect on their relationships with their mothers in this new collection of short plays.
A star-crossed romance heats up in Adam Szymkowicz's flame-kissed noir comedy.
Carla Stillwell’s rich new play raises vital questions about family, church and community.
Remy Bumppo serves up a winning revival of George Bernard Shaw’s sparkling comedy.
Casey Cunningham captivates in a tense, dread-filled adaptation of Clive Barker’s short story.