Forget talky Shaw and preachy Brecht: new productions of Pygmalion and The Caucasian Chalk Circle offer a whole new perspective. And two one-acts by the author of A Hero Ain't Nothin' But A Sandwich enjoy a well-deserved revival at eta Creative Arts.
The "nearly five-hour, 18-character epic broke box office records and played to 100% of capacity at the Goodman—officially concluding its 50-performance extended run as the most successful show in the Goodman’s 87-year history," the theater said in a statement.
This weekend you can celebrate Shakespeare's birthday with French erotica and/or breakneck dancing, or check out at Belgian theater company performing the works of a French author. Who says Chicago ain’t a global city?