Pack your bags and head to the Windy City for a smorgasbord of theatrical invention that unassumingly rivals its East Coast counterpart.
A Noise Within stages Oscar Wilde's humorous play about mistaken identity and love.
Sterling's Upstairs at the Federal in North Hollywood staged the songs of legendary show-music tunesmith Harry Warren as performed by Texas-born actor-singer-songwriter Gary Lynn Floyd.
Debra Ehrhardt takes a star turn in the Joel Zwick-directed "Jamaica Farewell."
Kristin Chenoweth trades Broadway for Lincoln Center this weekend, when she appears in the NYC debut of Andrew Lippa's oratorio "I Am Harvey Milk" at Avery Fisher Hall.
"Luminous Edge," which filled the theater at Yerba Buena Center show after show last weekend, a magnum opus from Garrett/Moulton Productions, rang every bell so far as I was concerned.
Saddled with the erroneous moniker "The Second City," Chicago's art and theater scenes guarantee that a stay in Chi-Town will be a first-class experience