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  • Bring Out Your Dead

    Ian Belknap makes black comedy out of his family's violent past.
  • Giving It All Away

    Blake Montgomery has sunk all his assets into the Building Stage, a venue for free clown theater.
  • The Naif

    Eric Ziegenhagen leaves fringe theater for fringe music.
  • Big Comeback

    Nomenil was a theater company to watch till the volatile partnership at its core hit the skids.
  • Punk Publisher

    John Pierson's Hope and Nonthings reinvents itself to save Chicago's plays from obscurity.
  • Still on Edge

    Michael Stumm survived the New York avant-garde scene of the 80s. Barely.
  • Chameleon's Karma

    Michael Lapchick's latest invention:Michael Lapchick, record producer
  • Changes in Direction

    Mickle Maher comes full circle again.
  • Death, Drugs, and Art

    From one Pole to another, how Zbigniew Kaspruk is keeping a giant of the avant-garde alive.
  • A Long Way to the Stage

    Performance artist Michael K. Meyers charts his own course.
  • Father and Child Reunion

    Beau O'Reilly reconnects with his son the best way he can--in a new stage production.
  • All Too Human

    Gab columnist Jim Pickett stares straight into the face of AIDS.
  • Child's Plays

    A theater troupe schoolkids do the writing.
  • In Good Hands

    Singers of every stripe maek their way to Beckie Menzie's weekly open mike.
  • Alien Nation

    Ping Chong brings the Other to life.
  • Struck Down

    Once inches from death's door, actor Paul Tamney is finding his way back to the stage.
  • All Too Human

    Lawrence Steger, 1961-1999
  • This Bus Doesn't Go Straight

    Aboard a lively tour of the city's gay-history hot spots.