If you ask for my definition of Chicago’s style of theatre, I’m going to point you in the direction of Lookingglass’ production of Beyond Caring. This play is the kind of gritty realism and sickening truth that is synonymous with the theatre community of Chicago. With Beyond Caring, writer/director Alexander Zeldin doesn’t attempt to force answers down the throats of his audience. It’s not that kind of play. Rather than try to solve the world’s problems with his play, Zeldin simply asks his audience to look around and be more aware.