Review: LETTIE at Victory Garden Theater

Review: LETTIE at Victory Garden Theater

Directed with unflinching honesty by Chay Yew, LETTIE feels like a new story, but the elements present as fresh and familiar to anyone who faces the monumental and unfamiliar task of making good life choices.

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Review: YOU GOT OLDER at Steppenwolf Theatre Company

Review: YOU GOT OLDER at Steppenwolf Theatre Company

Part of what makes Jonathan Berry’s direction stay with you after the show ends is that he allows his actors the space and time to make real discoveries and connections in the moments.

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Steppenwolf: The Next Generation

Steppenwolf: The Next Generation

Some of Steppenwolf’s newest Ensemble Members (and Stars of YOU GOT OLDER) discuss their craft, their company, and their city.

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Goodman’s UNCLE VANYA Embodies the “Russian Soul”

Goodman’s UNCLE VANYA Embodies the “Russian Soul”

Pictured: Marton Csokas and Kristen Bush. Photo by Liz Lauren.  [Editor’s note: Our reviewer, Tonika Todorova, broke a clearly defined PerformInk rule, as she will mention. Reviewers are asked to disclose any conflicts of interest to editors in advance and to decline to review shows that they may have a bias...

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Caroline Neff Joins Steep’s WASTWATER

Caroline Neff Joins Steep’s WASTWATER

Caroline Neff joins Peter Moore, Melissa Riemer, Nick Horst, Kendra Thulin, Joel Boyd, Richard Costes, Bernadette Santos Schwegel, and Allison Anderson in Steep Theatre’s upcoming U.S. Premiere of WASTWATER. Neff, a Steep company member, was recently named to the Steppenwolf ensemble. WASTWATER is written by Tony Award winner and Steep...

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Steppenwolf Adds Sandra Marquez and Caroline Neff to Ensemble

Steppenwolf Adds Sandra Marquez and Caroline Neff to Ensemble

Caroline Neff. Photo by Chris Popio. Steppenwolf Theatre Company announced the addition of Sandra Marquez and Caroline Neff to its world-renowned ensemble. Both have performed in multiple shows with the company and can currently be seen on Steppenwolf’s stages in Mary Page Marlowe and The Flick respectively. Marquez and Neff are...

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