Gabi Garcia

Associate Arts Editor


Maybe the Real Chaotic Betrayal Was the Friends We Made Along the Way

Unintentionally ahead of their time, second-year Ryan Choi and his friends formed a creative spin on the classic party game Mafia, which adds new roles, spans weeks, and brings the UChicago community together in times of isolation.


October 14, 2020

The Curtain Rises: Theater on Campus

With dozens of performances each quarter, there’s something for everyone—tragedy, comedy, history, pastoral, pastoral-comical, historical-pastoral, tragical-historical, tragical-comical-historical-pastoral, scene individable, or poem unlimited.


September 16, 2020

Radio[24]: a Socially-Distanced Theater[24]

Arts reporter Gabi Garcia reflects on the very first iteration of Radio[24] and the quirks and travails of socially distanced art.


April 20, 2020


Writers convene for a Zoom meeting during Radio[24].


April 20, 2020

UChicago Students, Alumna Appear in the Chicago Musical Theatre Festival

While UChicago is not a traditional conservatory, its students and alumni solidify its grounding in the theater world.


April 8, 2020

"Baked! The Musical:" Harvard, Weed, and Life Lessons

he second article of our Chicago Musical Theater Festival reviews Baked! The Musical, which hits all its high points with ease.


February 28, 2020

Chasing a White Whale: "Moby Dick" at the Chicago Musical Theatre Festival

In the first article of our extended coverage on the Chicago Musical Theater Festival, Moby Dick fails to update its classic source material in a disjointed production.


February 24, 2020