Forget about The Food Network.
After sweeping the Jeff awards with the acclaimed presentations of The Mother and Pink Milk, Oracle Productions now focuses on an adaptation of Upton Sinclair’s groundbreaking social reform novel, The Jungle.
Arriving right on the heels of Jersey Boys, it’s hard not to compare these two musical biopics. In that particular taste test, this exploration of the life of James Brown comes out waaaaay ahead.
If your life is missing its share of glamorous spectacle, you need to get yourself to Black Ensemble Theater’s invigorating The Marvelous Marvelettes immediately.
Hinsdale’s Cristina Henríquez is drumming up praise for her newest book, The Book of Unknown Americans, an extraordinary novel that offers a resonant new definition of what it means to be American.
When a man directs 47 movies in 48 years, not every one of them can be a winner.
In her recent memoir, former actress Heather Donahue (Blair Witch Project) details a year spent in a laid-back community in California.
There can’t be a more perfect escape from your troubles this summer than Goodman Theatre’s beautifully sung revival of Lerner and Loewe’s classic Brigadoon.
You will never read an unbiased review of this documentary on the life of Roger Ebert.
Modern economy dictates that one must plunk down $10-$15 to see cinematic comedies like Tammy and 22 Jump Street.