Tom Mula's "Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol" explores the backstory of Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner, before his ghostly Christmas return.
Amy Dellagiarino and Alex Fthenakis star as the love-crossed clinical leads in playwright Lisa Scott's world premiere "Tell Me When it Hurts," directed by Jason Smith at Berger Park Coach House Theater of the Chicago Park District's Berger Park along Lake Michigan in the north neighborhood o…
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Northlight Theatre's "Detroit '67' with Coco Elysses and Kelvin Roston Jr. (in front) and Kamal Angelo Bolden and Tyla Abercrumbie
Coco Elysses, as Bunny, makes her point to Kelvin Roston, Jr., as Sly, while brother and sister Kamal Angelo Bolden as Lank and Tyla Abercrumbie as Chelle observe in Northlight Theatre's "Detroit '67,' playing until Dec. 15.
St. John native and Lake Central High School graduate Paul Storiale is a playwright and actor with a new Christmas farce stage play called "Dysfunctional Family Christmas" opening in Los Angeles for the holidays.
Carolyn Hoerdemann, Daniel Cantor and Glenn Stanton in Silk Road Rising's World Premiere Play "Paulus"
Carolyn Hoerdemann (left), Daniel Cantor and Glenn Stanton in Silk Road Rising's world premiere play "Paulus" playing until Dec. 15 in Chicago.
Stirring Up Stage Memories of Julia Child: Broadway in Chicago brings return run of 'To Master the Art' to Broadway Playhouse
Actress Karen Janes Woditsch is used to hearing stage directions such as "stand up straighter" and "remember to tower."
Actor David Alan Anderson as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Actress Lisa Beasley as Hotel Maid Camae
Actor David Alan Anderson as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and actress Lisa Beasley, who hails from Gary as hotel maid Camae in "The Mountaintop" at Court Theatre in Chicago playing through Oct. 6.
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Actress Maria Bello, from left, director Denis Villeneuve and actors Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal laugh during the press conference for "Prisoners" at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Galit Rodan)
Kevin Robert White, Right, As Dr. Fredrick Frankenstein, Roy Brown, Left, As Igor, And Bethany Edlund As Inga Star In The Barn Theatre's "Young Frankenstein."
Kevin Robert White, right, as Dr. Fredrick Frankenstein, Roy Brown, left, as Igor, and Bethany Edlund as Inga star in the Barn Theatre's "Young Frankenstein." The play has performances through Sept. 1 at the Barn Theatre in Augusta, Mich.
GARY | MasMedia 7, an independent production company, is proud to announce its production of “Driving Miss Daisy,” a play by Alfred Uhry.
GARY | Theatre Northwest, the performance company of the Indiana University Northwest Department of Performing Arts, has announced open auditions for the fall production of “Dracula,” a play by Steven Dietz, beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 3.
GARY | Gary Shakespeare Company, a new non-profit theatre company, is proud to announce its inaugural production of Shakespeare’s “King Lear.”
Aaron Christensen (left to right), Hayley L. Rice, and Joseph Wycoff Star in First Folio Theatre's "The Rainmaker"
Aaron Christensen (left to right), Hayley L. Rice, and Joseph Wycoff star in First Folio Theatre's "The Rainmaker" at Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook, Ill. now through Sept. 1.
Actress Kimberly Logan as Beth and Andrew J. Pond as Husband Mike in "All-American" at Redtwist Theatre in Chicago
Actress Kimberly Logan as Beth and Andrew J. Pond as her former NFL quarterback husband Mike in "All-American" at Redtwist Theatre playing until Sept. 9 in Chicago.
Actor William Petersen and Actress Rae Gray are the stars of Steppenwolf Theatre's 'Slowgirl' by Greg Pierce
Actor William Petersen and actress Rae Gray are the stars of Steppenwolf Theatre's "Slowgirl" playing until Aug. 25 in Chicago..
"The Casuals," a world premiere play by Andrew Burden Swanson and Chance Bone and directed by Jonathan Berry closes its run at The Storefront Theater, 66 E. Randolph St. in Chicago, today, July 28, 2013.
Despite the musical's title, Jerauld Reinhart, the man in the orchestra pit behind horn-rimmed glasses, will likely be beaming during this weekend's opening run of "Les Miserables," since the play denotes his 50th production of the Ross Summer Music Theatre in Merrillville.
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