Unlike many Edward Albee plays, 'Who's Afraid of Viriginia Woolf?' appears to be a work of straightforward realism: an older married couple entertains a younger couple through what turns out to be a night-long bout of drinking, fighting and secret-telling.
Just in time for the holiday season, when airports and highways are filled with people en route to visit family, comes "Travels with My Aunt." This black comedy has been adapted from Graham Greene's novel of the same name by Giles Havergal at the Writers' Theatre.Directed by Stuart C
When you think of ships, navigators come to mind before astronomers, but for our latest installment in WBEZ's Pirate Radio series we went against type. Because that's how we sail. As part of our series, we recently invited the Chicago-based group The Astronomer to perform l
This week Sound Opinions welcomes James Murphy, the charasmatic front man of LCD Soundsystem. The self-effacing producer/bandleader spoke with Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot at length about his long-running music career.