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Scalia’s Scathing Dissents

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia wasn’t shy. Known for his quick wit as much as his sharp legal mind, he was, in the… Read More

Justice Scalia’s Unlikely Best Friend

In John Strand’s The Originalist, Justice Antonin Scalia—a notorious proponent of constitutional originalism, one who staunchly fought against judicial provisions for abortion,… Read More


Since the show opened on March 15, critics have released their reviews of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: “…If you like the movie,… Read More

Interracial Love on Screen: 1967 and Today

When Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner premiered in 1967, interracial marriage was still outlawed in thirteen states. Less than 20 percent of the population approved… Read More

Patrese D. McClain joins Court staff as Director of Education

Court Theatre is thrilled to announce that Patrese D. McClain officially joins us today as our Director of Education! Patrese has… Read More

Critics in awe of ALL MY SONS

Since opening night on January 20, critics have been sharing their reviews of All My Sons. “… Newell is a spectacularly capable director …… Read More

Arthur Miller’s Lucky Break

This 1957 New York Times review of All My Sons described Arthur Miller’s work as “an original play of superior quality by a… Read More

Room to explore in ALL MY SONS

John Culbert is the scenic designer for Court Theatre’s upcoming production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons. Court Theatre intern Emily Lynch spoke with him… Read More

How “nobody” is Emily Dickinson?

Richard Strier is Frank L. Sulzberger Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus in English Language & Literature at the University of Chicago, where he has taught since… Read More

Inside the Mission: Exploring and Expanding the African American canon

Court Theatre is exploring its mission statement through a new event series, Inside the Mission. With this series, we bring together artists and academics… Read More

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