Wednesday, February 28, 2007


NYT Calls Chicago Audience Friendly

This city is known for its bare-knuckled political brawls, but a spirit of greater fellowship reigns in the cultural sphere. The easy flow of audiences and artists between Chicago’s large, established theaters and the scrappy up-and-comers has been instrumental in maintaining its stature as the country’s most vibrant dramatic capital after New York, allowing now-celebrated artists - from David Mamet to John Malkovich to Mary Zimmerman - to make their way from the fringes to the mainstream
(from The New York Times).

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