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Resident Dramaturg Nora Titone shares how author Saul Bellow's upbringing as a Jewish Russian immigrant in Chicago influenced the writing of his novel, THE ADVENTURES OF AUGIE MARCH.
Court and playwright Nambi E. Kelley have received the Prince Prize to craft a play about activist Stokely Carmichael.
Chicago critics are raving about Court's production of Ntozake Shange's cherished classic.
Dr. Khalilah Watson chronicles the impact Ntozake Shange's work has had on women over the past four decades.
In conjunction with our production of Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow is Enuf, Court Theatre is presenting beyond the rainbow: Court Community Conversations, a series of curated, community-focused events.
Resident Artist Ron OJ Parson was honored by the University of Chicago on January 15, 2019 with one of three prestigious Diversity Leadership Awards.
Critics are praising the cast and production team responsible for PHOTOGRAPH 51. See why Rosalind Franklin's story is resonating with the press.
As members of the Producers’ Circle, Court’s premier giving society, the Weils and Koveners enjoy exclusive members-only events at Court Theatre.
PHOTOGRAPH 51 production dramaturg Derek Matson chronicles the double standards Rosalind Franklin faced in her work and the history of her story.
We asked several female UChicago undergrads in STEM to reflect on Rosalind Franklin’s and their own experiences in overcoming gender-related obstacles in their fields.
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