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  • Victory Gardens announces smaller season, Sandra Oh

    Victory Gardens announces smaller season, Sandra Oh
    Citing the need for financial responsibility and a desire to conserve resources for the 40th anniversary season, Victory Gardens Theater artistic director Chay Yew announced Monday that the venerable non-profit will have a 2013-14 subscription season of just three shows.
  • 'Ameriville' now a union show at Victory Gardens

    Maria Somma,  a spokeswoman for the Actors' Equity union in New York, said Friday morning that the Victory Gardens Theater production of "Ameriville" was now being produced under an Equity contract. Cathy Taylor, a Victory Gardens spokeswoman, confirmed...

    New season, era at Victory Gardens

    Victory Gardens Theater has announced its 2012-13 season, the first under new artistic director Chay Yew and featuring several directors making their debuts at this long-standing Chicago company. The 2012-13 begins with the Chicago premiere of...

    New hire from NYC at Victory Gardens

    New hire from NYC at Victory Gardens
    Victory Gardens Theater said Monday that it has hired Geoffrey Jackson Scott as its new director of new play development. Although he has a background in Chicago (he was associated with the old Roadworks Productions), Jackson Scott has spent the last...

    Play about India call center never makes a connection

    Play about India call center never makes a connection
    "Disconnect," the aptly named new play by Anupama Chandrasekhar at the Victory Gardens Theater, is set in a collection agency in Chennai, India, where smart, ambitious and energetic young Indian workers assume pseudonyms like Jennifer and Michelle and try...