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Exelon South Side Youth Performance Fest

The Exelon South Side Youth Performance Fest, held annually at Court Theatre, marks the beginning of a rewarding partnership between Exelon and Court Theatre. Exelon, the parent company of the Chicago-based firm ComEd, is committed to strong corporate citizenship, with a significant focus on enabling student access to the arts and cultural experiences.

Cultural Memory

Production Dramaturg Gabrielle Randle explores the cultural significance of the 1967 Film Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.

Arthur Miller’s Lucky Break

“The success of a play, especially one's first success, is somewhat like pushing against a door which suddenly opens from the other side."

Subscriber Spotlight: Helen Barrett

If you’ve been to a Court Theatre Spotlight Reading Series event, chances are you’ve probably seen Helen Barrett. A retired Chicago Police detective, Helen has been a Court subscriber for over two decades. She’s also attended all but one of Court’s Spotlight Readings. Court is grateful for Helen’s longstanding commitment as a subscriber, and for her passionate support of the Spotlight Reading Series.

Q&A: Director Marti Lyons

Director Marti Lyons discusses Guess Who's Coming to Dinner how the company of artists will "re-interpret this beautiful, flawed, historical, unnerving, and urgent work."

Q&A: Professor Deborah Nelson

Professor Deborah Nelson, current Chair of the University of Chicago’s Department of English, chats with Resident Dramaturg Nora Titone about Arthur Miller’s All My Sons.

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