Venue Details

126 Star Starred
Steppenwolf Downstairs Theatre
1650 N. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 60614
312-335-1650
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At Steppenwolf, at least, if you're at Will Call first, you get the best available tickets. So, linger not and get there when tickets become available.
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3 reviews
3 stars
attended Apr 17 2010

Fantastic show. Makes you think. Not for everyone.

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0 stars
attended Apr 13 2010

Brilliantly performed. Thought provoking and deeply moving. No intermission, so make sure to take care of everything beforehand.

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33 reviews
19 stars
attended Apr 20 2010

interesting play, funny and serious, I had not seen it before, and thought it was nicely done.

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Website

http://www.steppenwolf.org

Description

Written by Samuel Beckett

Directed by Frank Galati

Nobel Prize-winning playwright Samuel Beckett is the author of more than 25 plays and novels, including Waiting for Godot, Happy Days and Krapp’s Last Tape, produced at Steppenwolf in 1978. Along with Waiting for Godot, Endgame is commonly considered to be among Beckett’s most important works.

An adaptor and director, as well as an actor, Tony® Award-winner Frank Galati’s Steppenwolf credits include Kafka on the Shore, after the quake and The Grapes of Wrath, among others. His Broadway directing credits include Ragtime and The Grapes of Wrath, and he appears as Prospero this spring in Steppenwolf’s production of The Tempest.

About the Ticket Supplier: Steppenwolf

Steppenwolf Theatre Company is an internationally-renowned company of thirty-five artists whose talents include acting, directing, playwriting, filmmaking, and textual adaptation. Steppenwolf has redefined the landscape of acting and performance by spawning a generation of America's most gifted artists, including Joan Allen, John Mahoney, John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, Martha Plimpton and Gary Sinise. No other American theater ensemble has survived as long and thrived as much as the Steppenwolf company of artists, who return home to Chicago to do the work they love.