Two plays about how men use rape to exert power over the women they conquer, command, and employ.
A new critique of pop culture, mass consumption and its objectification of the female body.
"The Imaginary Invalid" pokes fun at doctors and the class system with ribald humor.
"Humanists understand that this is the only life we have, and this planet is the only place we have to live it."
As one historian puts it, "Labor relations in America have never been gentle."
A nineteenth-century American classic, re-imagined for the stage as a tale of racial injustice.
One of the most wildly inventive productions this reviewer has experienced in any medium for years.
Emotions run high in this version of Shakespeare's classic tale of star-crossed lovers, set in one of today's flashpoints of international strife.
The Chicago-based one-woman show brings audiences to tears of laughter and pain.
Viewers spent some uncomfortable time in character Elizabeth Jennings' shoes.