The bad-boy playwright is true to himself in Steppenwolf’s Linda Vista.
Actors and crew members push back against denials that the onstage violence at Profiles Theatre was very often real.
Not in Our House plans to present a petition to the theater later this week.
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.
The latest lowbrow comedy from Warner Bros. also has a surprising amount in common with the chilling indie drama Ghosts of Empire Prairie, which screens in Chicago next week.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright/actor Tracy Letts stopped by “The Interview Show,” hosted by Mark Bazer, to discuss “August: Osage County,” Steppenwolf Theatre, the Festivus episode of “Seinfeld” and Profiles Theatre’s revival of his first play, “Killer Joe,” now playing at the Royal George Theatre in Chicago. Watch below: (The next “Interview Show” is July 9, at […]
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Tracy Letts’s first play was a canny, nasty black comedy.
The gentle Talking Pictures is as good an entree into the Goodman’s celebration of Horton Foote as what’s on the mainstage.