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First Look review: Steppenwolf’s “The Great Leap” is a show about basketball, identity and politics that you don’t want to miss

First Look review: Steppenwolf's "The Great Leap" is a show about basketball, identity and politics that you don’t want to miss.

First Look review: The entertaining “Lottery Day” at the Goodman Theatre holds a magnifying glass to Chicago, revealing both pleasures and problems

The qualities of theater, as opposed to other forms of art, make it uniquely suited for blurring the boundaries between art and life....

First Look review: Greenhouse Theater’s “Uncle Phillip’s Coat” is a brilliant one-man show that explores family, right of passage and what defines you as a person

Gene Weygandt masterfully creates three uniquely separate characters who are drawn together by their similarities to create an end product...

First Look review: American Blues Theater’s live radio performance of “It’s a Wonderful Life” will warm your heart for the holidays

First Look review: American Blues Theater’s live radio performance of “It’s a Wonderful Life” will warm your heart for the holidays

Spotlight on The Den Theatre: An artist’s dream — and coffee shop/bar — in Wicker Park

Spotlight on The Den Theatre: An artist’s dream — and coffee shop/bar — in Wicker Park

First Look review: With superb acting, Steppenwolf’s “The Herd” is an emotional run through the complexities of family life

By Emily Clement Playing at: Steppenwolf Theater, 1650 N. Halsted in Lincoln Park, through June 7. www.Steppenwolf.org Basic storyline:...

First Look review: Griffin Theatre Company’s adaptation of “Titanic” is refreshingly relatable, engaging

First Look review: Griffin Theatre Company’s adaptation of Titanic is refreshingly relatable, engaging

First Look review: “Smokefall” returns to the Goodman Theatre, offering a compelling look at the depth of family and life choices

First Look review: "Smokefall" returns to the Goodman Theatre, offering a compelling look at the depth of family and life choices

First Look review: Eclipse Theatre’s big-hearted ‘Ruined’ takes aim at the toll war takes on women of the Congo

Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Ruined' seamlessly blends raw emotion from war-time injustices with surprising humor and wonderful music

First Look review of Phantom of the Opera: The reimagined classic shines as brightly as ever

First Look review of Phantom of the Opera: The reimagined classic shines as brightly as ever