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Steppenwolf NOW

Theater, Drama Until Sunday August 15 2021
Steppenwolf What is Left, Burns
Photograph: Lowell Thomas Pictured (L to R): Ensemble members K. Todd Freeman and Jon Michael Hill in What Is Left, Burns by James Ijames, directed by Whitney White.

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With its stages closed to the public for the time-being, the Steppenwolf NOW programming stream is a way to see groundbreaking new theater without leaving the house. A $75 membership gives you access to six works, which will premiere between November 2020 and June 2021. Playwright James Ijames kicks things off in November with the concise 20-minute play What is Left, Burns, which follows a video call between ex-lovers at very different points in their lives. Other works to look forward to include Isaac Gómez's department store drama Wally World, Carrie Coon in a new short called Red Folder and Sam Shepard's two-hander Ages of the Moon.

Find the complete lineup of Steppenwolf NOW plays and additional details about virtual membership on the theater company's website.


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