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Tag: Steppenwolf Theatre Company

review: who’s afraid of virginia woolf?

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? By Edward Albee Directed by Pam MacKinnon Featuring Tracy Letts, Amy Morton Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s Production Arena Stage, 1101 Sixth Street SW, Washington DC February […]

review: betrayal

[originally published: http://aislesay.com/CHI-BETRAYAL.html] BETRAYAL by Harold Pinter Directed by Rick Snyder Featuring Ian Barford, Tracy Letts, and Amy Morton Steppenwolf Theatre Company Upstairs Theatre 1650 N. Halsted Street / (312) 335-1650 […]

review: the pillowman

[originally published: http://aislesay.com/CHI-PILLOWMAN.html] THE PILLOWMAN by Martin McDonagh Directed by Amy Morton Steppenwolf Theatre Company Downstairs Theatre 1650 N. Halsted / (312) 335-1650 / www.steppenwolf.org Through November 12, 2006 Reviewed by […]

reading ruminations: spare change

[originally published Aisle Say Chicago August 6, 2006] Spare Change by Mia McCullough Directed by Lisa Portes First Look Repertory of New Work Steppenwolf Garage Theatre 1624 North Halsted / […]