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Wednesday 28 October 2020
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First Look review: Shattered Globe’s “For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday” is a fun reminder that you can always be young at heart

While the theme focuses on what it truly means to grow up, what is most enjoyable is the constant banter among the siblings.

First Look review: Set in the ’60s, Shattered Globe’s racially charged “In the Heat of the Night” remains relevant

The Shattered Globe Theatre and writer Matt Pelfrey did a beautiful job adapting the novel’s vision into a script that still carries...

The Big City Blog: Stan’s Donuts, holiday exhibits at the Museum of Science and Industry, The Santaland Diaries, SpinOff and more

The Museum of Science and Industry’s annual "Christmas Around the World" and "Holidays of Light" exhibits open Nov. 19.

First Look review: Kokandy Productions’ “Loving Repeating” is a fun, lighthearted look at the life of poet Gertrude Stein

Kokandy Productions’ “Loving Repeating” is a fun, lighthearted look at the life of poet Gertrude Stein

First Look review: Griffin Theatre’s “The Birds” is a haunting tale about the dangers of human nature

First Look review: Griffin Theatre’s “The Birds” is a haunting tale about the dangers of human nature

First Look review: Shattered Globe Theatre’s “The Grown Up” is a comedic take on the struggle to maintain your innocence

First Look review: Shattered Globe Theatre's “The Grown Up” is a comedic take on the struggle to maintain your innocence

First Look review: Shattered Globe Theatre expertly handles the comedic and emotional balance of Tennessee Williams’ “The Rose Tattoo”

First Look review: Shattered Globe Theatre expertly handles the comedic and emotional balance of Tennessee Williams’ “The Rose

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: Slowgirl at Steppenwolf Theatre

First Look Review: Slowgirl at Steppenwolf Theatre William Petersen returns in a beautifully acted, produced two-person drama about facing...

First Look review: Bailiwick Chicago Theater’s “Mahal” at Stage 773

A Filipino family struggles to stay together as the youngest son searches for his place in the world