In: a new Auditorium Theatre CEO; out: 16 board members, an associate dean, and the Joffrey Ballet
Red Bowl at the Jeffs is a delightful metadrama.
What motivated the Steppenwolf playwright to give the Jeffs the cold shoulder?
Whose voices are being heard? Actor and writer Kay Kron took on the role of social scientist to quantify the answer.
In addition, actors in Chicago and elsewhere have come forward to share their own stories of abuse.
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.
Off-Loop vet Richard Cotovsky stars in Uncle Bob, Austin Pendleton’s deeply flawed 1995 play about a washout who’s dying of AIDS.
After four decades in Chicago theater, Mary-Arrchie’s Richard Cotovsky gets a special nod from the Jeff Awards.
2012 non-Equity Jeff Awards nominations
Jeff Awards Equity nominations announced, here’s the full list.
A list of the non-Equity Jeff Award winners
Jeff Equity Award winners.
The Jeff Awards has released its list of 2008-2009 Equity wing nominations, with the lion’s share (17, six for Lynn Nottage’s Ruined) going to the Goodman Theatre. Here’s how it breaks down. . . .
Theo Ubique’s Evita and the Hypocrites’ Our Town take top honors.
Two Rogers Park theaters lead the non-Equity Jeff nominations.