Just look at the screenshots.
Actors and crew members push back against denials that the onstage violence at Profiles Theatre was very often real.
Following a Reader investigation into misconduct, the theater announced it has closed after 28 years.
Not in Our House plans to present a petition to the theater later this week.
Profiles Theatre artistic director Darrell W. Cox dismisses allegations of workplace abuse documented by the Reader.
In addition, actors in Chicago and elsewhere have come forward to share their own stories of abuse.
Why did Chicago’s theater press corps not notice signs of trouble sooner?
For more than 20 years, actors and crew members stayed silent about mistreatment they suffered at the acclaimed storefront theater. Now they’re speaking up, hoping to protect workers in non-Equity theaters across the country.
García Lorca gets transplanted to the Dust Bowl, and an off-Loop mainstay goes noir.
A list of the non-Equity Jeff Award winners