Nick Ogilvie


Belle of Amherst at Court Theatre Highlights the Duality of Dickinson

There is nowhere to hide for the character or the audience, and the consequential magnification of such emotion is oppressively profound.


November 6, 2017

Fire Escape's Winter Screening Heats Up Max Palevsky Cinema

Fire Escape Films' winter premiere lineup was its most eclectic yet.


March 16, 2017

Apu-calypse Now: Nuclear Fallout Meets "The Simpsons" in UT Play

Meta theater and pop culture collide in the darkly wacky "Simpsons" parody "Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play".


March 13, 2017

His Muse Is Metaphysics:The Art of Jitish Kallat

Renowned Indian contemporary artist Jitish Kallat discussed his exhibit "Here After Here" at Logan Center.


March 2, 2017

Bill T. Jones Traverses Memory Through Dance at DuSable

Bill T. Jones raises awareness for AIDS and taps into difficult memories through dance.


January 30, 2017

Maya’s "Beacon" Sheds Light on Interpretive Dance

Maya's winter show embraces ambiguity and abstraction.


January 12, 2017

When Life Gives You Potatoes, Make an Opera

Everyone's favorite fairytale, with a post-modern twist.


November 28, 2016

To Err is Human, and Also Hilarious

UT brought "The Comedy of Errors" to life as self-aware and cheerfully self-deprecating.


November 14, 2016

Race, Pain, and Laughter at The Revival

Dave Jeff brings humor and insight to The Revival through "Word Play," challenging social injustices through media such as hip-hop, spoken word, and stand-up.


November 7, 2016