BoHo Theatre’s Stephen Schellhardt will step down as Artistic Director at the end of this season, the latest in a string of such resignations among Chicago companies. Says Schellhardt: “BoHo Theatre has been my artistic home for six years, and it has been a great privilege to work with so many talented and dedicated artists,
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Naperville’s BrightSide Theatre announces its tenth-anniversary season, appropriately dubbed “BrightSide is Back!” Subscription and single-show tickets go on sale October 2021. Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Play December 10-19, 2021 Based on the 1947 Lux Radio Hour Broadcast, itself based on the film of the same name Adapted by Lance Arthur Smith
In a statement released today, Robert Falls, Goodman Theatre’s artistic director of thirty-five years, announced his impending retirement at the end of the 2021-22 season. Quoting Falls: “For more than three decades, I’ve had the honor, privilege and pleasure of service as Artistic Director of Goodman Theatre. After what has been a thrilling and rewarding
The resuscitation seems complete: Mercury Theater Chicago has just announced its 2021-22 season, beginning this November. Says Artistic Director Christopher Chase Carter, “As Mercury Theater Chicago prepares for its joyous reopening, I am ecstatic and energized by the season we have assembled. Our goal was to program diverse productions that provide an entertaining experience for
Looks like they’re making good. Last we heard from Mercury Theater Chicago, they were rallying after nearly being shut down by the pandemic. Now, they’re opening their doors for the Southport Arts Fest next month, promising live music, cocktails, and the first public introduction to Mercury’s new leadership team. In addition to the previously announced