What You'll Get
Lovingly referred to as "American theater's reigning misanthrope" by The Village Voice, Neil LaBute has distinguished himself as a singular voice in contemporary theater for more than two decades, showcasing a savage wit and propensity for controversial subject matters in critically acclaimed plays like The Shape of Things and In the Company of Men, which was adapted into an award-winning film in 1997. Now Chicago's Profiles Theatre presents Vices and Virtues, showcasing 11 new shorts by LaBute performed in rotating repertory over the course of two full evenings (cleverly divided into "Vices" and "Virtues"). Each night features Midwest and world premieres of some of LaBute's newest shorts, staged by individual directors and featuring an ensemble cast of 20 performers.
Each program lasts approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes plus one 10-minute intermission.
The Fine Print
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