Chicago's City Lit Theatre Announces 2016-17 season

News   Chicago's City Lit Theatre Announces 2016-17 season
 
The company has revealed the lineup for its 37th year.
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Chicago’s City Lit Theatre announced its 2016-17 season August 22.

Psmith, Journalist will kick off the season beginning September 23. The production is adapted and directed by artistic director Terry McCabe based on the PG Wodehouse novel.

The Sundial, based on Shirley Jackson’s novel, will follow, commencing performances January 6, 2017. The play will be adapted and directed by Paul Edwards.

The spring will welcome Forty-Two Series (beginning April 14), a comedy written by Douglas Post and directed by Scott Westerman, and the season will conclude in June with London Assurance by Dion Boucicault. McCabe directs the latter.

Founded in 1979, the theatre supports the “vitality and accessibility of the literary imagination.”

For tickets and information visit CityLit.org.

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