New plays that raise social and political debate.
Stage Left Theatre was founded in 1982 by a group of graduates from the Goodman School of Drama. In the late 80’s, the organization adopted the mission to produce plays that raise debate on social and political issues, and in the mid 90’s, the mission was further refined to also include a focus on the development of new work. Over the past thirty years, Stage Left has produced over 130 mainstage, late-night, off-night, children’s, and touring productions that have garnered critical accolades, as well as 47 nominations and 16 awards for excellence from the Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee. In the fall of 2010, after fifteen years in our previous home at 3408 N Sheffield, Stage Left became one of the resident companies at Chicago's Theater Wit.
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