Part noir, part mystery, part feminist manifesto, author Layne Fargo asks what happens when the lines are blurred between stage and reality.
A wide-ranging look at the last seventy years of Chicago theater, as compiled by author Mark Larson from more than 300 interviews with actors, directors, writers and administrators.
What’s an ambassador (to) do?
A story of breakdown and recovery.
“[These issues] are not going to revert back to some better and more equitable state, because they did not originate in a better or more equitable state. We must face that, before anything else.”
Author-related events for the month of August.
A historic, fictionalized reinterpretation of a defunct reform school that was once called The Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida.
Regan’s struggles and eventual triumph make “Burn the Place” a riveting read.
A thought-provoking examination of the independence and autonomy of the family unit.
July readings and events.