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A packed 'Hamilton' matinee — all Chicago Public School students and their teachers
What do Chicago theater actors make? A new study looks at inequality in pay, race and gender
Chance the Rapper's 'Magnificent Coloring World' happened — what was it?
Julia Sweeney: Monologist, stand-up comic, improvisational tour guide at the Art Institute
The Trump tax cuts aren't tax cuts for Chicago actors, who are losing deductions they rely on
'Curious Incident' offers rats their moment in spotlight
From the ashes of 'Birth of a Nation' controversy, a new playwright and 'The Light'
'The Wolves': For a play about soccer, the Goodman needs actors with game
A life full of questions becomes Brian Quijada's 'Where Did We Sit on the Bus?'