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Rudy Galvan (left to right), James Doherty and Johnny Arena perform in “United Flight 232.”(Michael Brosilow)

Chicago Sun-Times theater critic Hedy Weiss appraises the first performance staged in the recently opened Writers Theatre and the humorous one-man show, “Where Did We Sit on the Bus?” Get her take on these plays and others on currently on stage in Chicago. 

The professional-personal couple discuss gendered casting, depression and why being an actor is hard, with or without Chris Jones

Malic White, left, and Molly Brennan (Chloe Riley)

The creative duo talks about “Pop Waits,” the clown rock opera they’re developing that was sparked by a conversation between Iggy Pop and Tom Waits in the 2003 film “Coffee and Cigarettes.”

Director/adaptor Sean Graney also announces plans for his mystery spring show with the company

The Hypocrites "All Our Tragic" (Evan Hanover)

Despite being one of the lowest-budget shows, the Chicago theater company took home six awards for its 12-hour production. 


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We preview a fresh, exuberant take on Gilbert and Sullivan by the gods of Chicago storefront theater.