Who are you to you? And how far are you willing to go to edit yourself into what you want people to see? For our 30th season, we introduce Chicago to three bold works that delve deep into what it means to determine one's own identity.

We're also big-time excited about this season's performance spaces. Our first show will take over Steppenwolf's new 1700 Stage, and then we'll officially take up residence at our new space at 1802 W Berenice!

A LookOut Visiting Company at SteppenwolfSteppenwolf's 1700 Theatre


by Robert O'Hara
directed by Damon Kiely
Fri, Sat 8pm · Sat, Sun 3:30pm
Tickets $15-$45
… the most I’ve laughed in a theater in a long, long time.
— Performink

A modern American family uses a summer barbecue as a pretext to ambush sister Barbara with an intervention.

Photography by Jon Cole Media
Production photo by Chris Ocken
Photo by Sarah Ji Photography
Photo by KBH Media
Photo by Donald Cardiff
Photo by John Flak
Photo by Dave Brennan
Photo by Heath Hays
Production photo by TCMcG Photography