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The Goodman Theatre's seasonal tradition is available for free this December as an audio play. Comforting, entertaining and well worth a listen.
In his previous book “Razzle Dazzle,” the writer Michael Riedel claims 1980s Broadway saved New York City. In his new sequel, '90s Broadway comes into its own. Shows like "Rent" and "Angels in America" changed everything.
An old brick warehouse on S. Cottage Grove will house both the Congo Square Theatre Company and the new African American Museum of Performing Arts.
Second City said Wednesday that it has hired a new executive producer: Jon Carr, a writer and artistic director with roots in Atlanta improv and theater.
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