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<i>I Call My Brothers</i> explores the anxiety of being labeled ‘other‘ I Call My Brothers explores the anxiety of being labeled ‘other‘ An Arab-Swede navigates the consequences of a car bomb in Stockholm. January 18, 2019
Midsommer Flight makes its annual <i>Twelfth Night</i> excursion to the Lincoln Park Conservatory Midsommer Flight makes its annual Twelfth Night excursion to the Lincoln Park Conservatory Shakespeare in the Park isn't just for warm weather. December 06, 2018
‘Had there not been Claire Bataille, there would not be a Hubbard Street’ ‘Had there not been Claire Bataille, there would not be a Hubbard Street’ Chicago’s dance community mourns the passing of a “quiet giant” who inspired generations of artists. January 04, 2019
Why does a sea mammal evoke more sympathy than a black man?, asks <em>Tilikum</em> Why does a sea mammal evoke more sympathy than a black man?, asks Tilikum Kristiana Rae Colón's new play, inspired by the documentary Blackfish, tells the tragic story of an orca whale imprisoned at Sea World. July 05, 2018
<em>The Wolves</em> starts strong—then chokes on too many sports movie cliches The Wolves starts strong—then chokes on too many sports movie cliches Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer-nominated play isn’t the landmark of feminist theater it could be. February 26, 2018
<em>Lie Through My Skin</em> attempts to confront the shame of white privilege Lie Through My Skin attempts to confront the shame of white privilege It’s too bad you can’t really tell. March 21, 2018

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