Who’s Doing What: Chicago

The Goodman Theatre presents Magnolia by Regina Taylor, with set design by Todd Rosenthal, lighting by James F. Ingalls, costumes by Linda Cho, and sound by Richard Woodbury...The Goodman’s production of Eugene O’Neil’s Desire Under The Elms moves to Broadway's St. James Theatre as of April 14, with sets by Walt Spangler, costumes by Ana Kuzmanic, lighting by Michael Philippi, and original music and sound by Richard Woodbury...The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre at Navy Pier tackles Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, March 29-June 7, with sets and costumes by Lucy Osborne, lighting by Robert Wierzel, and sound by James Savage...Running in rep through March 28 at Lyric Opera of Chicago are Cavelleria Rusticana and Pagliacci with production design by Michael Yeargan, lighting by Duane Schuler, and The Abduction From The Seraglio, with production design by David Zinn and lighting by Christopher Akerlind, marking his company debut...Victory Gardens Theatre presents Class Dismissed by Jeffrey Sweet, March 20 through April 26, with Mary Griswold designing sets, John Culbert designing lights, and Joe Cerqua designing sound...Now playing at The Lookingglass Theatre is Thorton Wilder’s American classic play, Our Town, with performances through April 5, featuring sets by John Musial, composition and sound design by Kevin O'Donnell, lighting by J.R. Lederle, and costumes by Janice Pytel...Shakespeare’s The Tempest takes center stage at Steppenwolf, March 26-May 31, with sets by Takeshi Kata, costumes by James Schuette, lighting by Jane Cox, and sound by Josh Schmidt.

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