The Power of Really Long Shows

Critic Chris Jones celebrates really long shows in this Chicago Tribune article. Here are a few he mentions: • The Hypocrites' production of Sean Graney's All Our Tragic = 12 hours • New York's Elevator Repair Service's Gatz = 8 hours • Neo-Futurists' version of Strange Interlude at Goodman's Eugene O'Neill Festival = 5.5 hours His piece is an interesting summary of many (maybe all) of the longs plays in Chicago's theater history. He also highlights a few of the rewards of seeing...

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