Caleb Sussman



Audience Goes Batty Over Northwestern Bienen’s Acerbically Funny "Die Fledermaus"

Northwestern University's rendition of Bienen’s "Die Fledermaus" stuns audiences before the COVID-19 pandemic.


July 31, 2020

Orchestre Métropolitain Takes Chicago Symphony Center by Storm

For the orchestra's U.S. debut, Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducted an awe-inspiring performance of Mozart and Bruckner.


December 7, 2019

"Dead Man" Walks With its Head Held High

The Lyric Opera's production of "Dead Man Walking" is a must-see meditation on capital punishment and the possibility of redemption.


November 14, 2019

A Virtuosic Ensemble Gets Lost in the Fields

The Chamber Ensemble of the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields opened the UChicago Presents season with an unwieldy program


October 25, 2019

"Luisa Miller" is a Pleasant Surprise

-The Lyric Opera continues their solid start to the 2019–20 season with a surprisingly transcendent production of Verdi's "Luisa Miller."


October 25, 2019

The Lyric Opera Opens on a Hilarious Note with Barber of Seville

Lyric’s talented cast and orchestra overcomes the distracting direction to deliver a masterful performance of Rossini’s comical opera.


October 13, 2019

Reaching Into the Unknown: Sleep Science

In Grey City's new column, we dive into some of the lesser-known innovations that have come out of the University. Up first is the origin of modern sleep science.


May 8, 2019

Booth to Relocate London Campus

The campus will be across the street from the Barbican Underground station, steps away from London’s financial center, and a few Tube stops away from many of London’s other landmarks and business centers.


April 8, 2019

Study Hotel Plans to Break Ground This Spring

The Study, which will be located at 60th and Kimbark, is the second hotel to come to Hyde Park and Woodlawn this year.


March 11, 2019

Nuclear Scientists Warn of Nuclear Annihilation

Bulletin of Atomic Sciences calls it “the new abnormal”


February 6, 2019