A lucky 13 years ago, playwright Eve Ensler decided she would permit groups around the world to conduct Valentine’s Day performances of her seminal (ovarian?) feminist work The Vagina Monologues, provided they used the proceeds to combat violence against women. The demand was so great
This afternoon symposium offers insight into the creative process of Chicago's Every House Has a Door, which is performing the piece "Let us think of these things always. Let us speak of them never." at the MCA Chicago.
From Shakespeare’s Richard III to Albee’s George and Martha, the theater is crowded with some rather unlikeable protagonists. The Boys Room at Victory Gardens Theater adds another mean main man to the stage.
In May 2010, the New York critics clobbered Cirque du Soleil's first attempt at creating a Broadway show, the stupefyingly juvenile and out-and-out vulgar "Banana Shpeel," which the Cirque folk billed as a throwback to vaudeville.