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Tony Award-winning writer and longtime theater critic John Lahr has written an authoritative biography on the life and work of playwright Tennessee Williams. Lahr also shares memories of his father, the actor Bert Lahr.

Musical Celebrates Life of Baseball Icon

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Roberto Clemente is back in Chicago: a new musical celebrates his life.

Lerner & Lowe Musical Re-Imagined for New Generation

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The Goodman Theatre stages a beloved American musical that hasn't had a major revival in more than 30 years.

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The Chicago River has long been thought of as Chicago’s second shoreline, overlooked by Lake Michigan. In Chicago’s River At Work And At Play, author Neal Samors and photographer Steven Dahlman explore the history and future of the Chicago River. Read an interview with Samors, view a slideshow, and read the preface of the book, written by former Mayor Richard M. Daley.

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A playwright uses the internet to develop a new script about the fight to build a suburban mosque. We get a preview of Mosque Alert by Silk Road Rising and Jamil Khoury. Watch a video and read an interview.

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Holland Taylor in "Ann"

A political powerhouse is remembered when actress Holland Taylor portrays the late Texas governor Ann Richards. The Emmy winner discusses what attracted her to this charismatic character.

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