Good theater strives to do more than entertain. It stirs emotions, casts doubt and in the end, poses questions that demand answers
“Don Chipotle” is a new play by award-winning writer and performer Juan Francisco Villa, and is directed by Jo Cattell
The play, written by Chicago native Ricardo Gamboa, focuses on realities of living in a biracial, bilingual city.
A community is more than tree-lined streets with pretty little houses. And it is more than a neighborhood you can identify with
It is no mystery to the citizens of Chicago that their city is often split into two parts: there’s the segregated, drug riddled, and gang
Mariachi is the heart and soul of Mexico. When one thinks of mariachi, they envision family parties, tequila induced laughter and
This past Friday Cultura in Pilsen premiered its first Selena drag contest and open karaoke event. The event sold out in about one day and featured several live performances and tributes to Selena.
It’s no surprise to see Pilsen’s art-focused community continue to expand, especially after some much hyped-up national references to its hip factor
Together with Hedwig Dances, two of Chicago’s premier dance organizations have debuted Trade Winds/Aires de Cambio
Just under three years old, Nmon Ford was banging gleefully on a toy piano
All summer, Redmoon, a Chicago arts organization, has been working with different communities collecting stories that reflect the spirit of Chicago
This summer About Face Theatre debuted “Checking Boxes,” a play that focuses on the intersection of LGBTQIA and immigration rights