Can tiny companies thrive in the shadow of major institutions? In this theater-mad city, the question may actually run the other way.
Bruce Norris’s new play at the Steppenwolf Theater Company applies his usual cynicism to questions of justice and vengeance for sex offenders.
Antoinette Nwandu’s “Pass Over” considers the fate of young black men in a gun-torn city. Its first production caused a stir — and won a fan in Spike Lee.
This didactic play is based on actual events in Chicago, where graffiti artists tagged a major museum.
In a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Randall Arney claims that his departure was a result of age and disability discrimination.
An actress by training, Ms. Lavey was artistic director of Steppenwolf Theater during a period of great expansion.
This new drama by Tracy Letts follows the life of its title character at various stages, moving in a nonlinear progression.