Miller was a realist who tapped into the fractured heroic nature of his characters and the very specific time and place in which they lived.
The Unit is a year-long residency in support of new work in collaboration with Chicago Dramatists.
The superbly cast revival brings the family comedy “Ah, Wilderness!” to life with all the pathos, heart and sheer old-fashioned goofiness it demands.
The play arrives on the heels of sold-out runs at Steppenwolf and Logan Square’s The Miracle Center.
Beloved Chicago native and actor Howard Witt, who died Wednesday, was “a legend,” said Goodman Theatre artistic director Robert Falls.
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“I just wish I could go back to the theater tonight and perform the show,” the actor said. “But I hope we can bring it back to Chicago next year.”
Medical testing finds cause of Keach’s halting performance at the Goodman; director hopes to bring him back for another shot at “Pamplona” next year.
Performances were canceled on a day-to-day basis since Tuesday when the actor became ill while performing the one-man show about Ernest Hemingway.
The funding will be used to bring the “Disney Musicals in Schools” initiative to Chicago-area elementary school students.
The show’s star, veteran actor Stacy Keach is undergoing tests at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Actor Stacy Keach is undergoing medical tests.
In “Pamplona,” the one-man play about Ernest Hemingway debuting at the Goodman Theatre, actor Stacy Keach gives us the writer in freefall.
An extraordinary, multi-layered tale of the hellish journey of Liberian immigrants to Australia.