Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor “Wait Until Dark” at The Fulton Theatre tells the spine tingling tale of a young physically blind woman, Susan Hendrix (Katherine Fried) who is in grave danger after she gains . . .
Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor “Evita” opens The Fulton’s theatre season with a production of epic scope and authenticity. “Evita” tells the real life rags to riches story of Eva Peron, the wife of Argentinian . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Next to Normal at The Fulton chronicles the lives of the Goodman’s who may seem like your average American family, but examined much deeper they have complications and hardships that eventually reach . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Doug Wright’s “I am my own wife” tells the timely and harrowing true story of the Transgender German pioneer, Charlotte von Mahsldorf (Kevin Loreque), who managed to live through . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Tennessee Williams’, The Glass Menagerie is a mysterious memory play that has the ability to stun and provoke conversation. The piece tells the story of Tom Wingfield (Zack Calhoon) a . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor As soon as audiences enter The Fulton Theatre for Chicago they are immediately struck by the opera houses’ brightly red lamps. The choice to make the theatre lights red . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor “42nd Street” at The Fulton Theatre is a musical theatre spectacle of the grandest proportions. This may seem like high praise for such a well-known show, but this particular production . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor The Fulton Theatre is capping off it’s exciting season of theatre with a spellbinding production of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Now, although this show does have the . . .
Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The Fulton Theatre’s production of “Guys and Dolls” is transporting audiences nightly from our chaotic times to the bustling streets of New York City: a city where lovable gamblers roam . . .