One of the English-language's greatest living playwrights is at the center of a custody struggle between blood family and her chosen family of friends, colleagues, former sudents and a vast network of admirers.
Projectioning films used to be a very hands on skill: requiring the eyes, ears and full attention of the technician. In the digital era, screening a film means pushing 'play'. How are local projectionists weathering the shift?
Pablo Picasso has a special place in the heart of Chicago, thanks to that fifty-foot sculpture of his in the middle of Daley Plaza. But the Picasso-Chicago connection actually goes back one hundred years. A new show at the Art Institute of Chicago explores the love affair between the modern artist and this modern city.