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Mike Davis

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The musical, directed by Rob Ashford and set in sultry queer Savannah subcultures, promises to be a summer theatrical blockbuster. But the approach is far from traditional.
The movie from directors Kelly O’Sullivan and Alex Thompson premieres in Chicago on Friday before opening to audiences nationwide.
New data show that the number of Illinois arts jobs has not returned to pre-pandemic levels, but the sector is slowly staging a comeback.
Summer is the most affordable season to see top-notch performances, from theater to dance, with many shows free or reduced cost. Here are the best.
The television writer has returned to Chicago with the third installment of a trilogy about the Red Summer of 1919.

Brynne Frauenhoffer digs into what makes workplaces — including pornography sets — fit for the stage.