Goodman Theatre

Goodman Theatre, Chicago’s oldest and largest not-for-profit theater, has won international renown for the quality of productions, depth and diversity of artistic leadership, and the excellence of its community and educational programs.
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Chicago's Goodman Theatre was founded in 1925, making it the city's oldest currently active nonprofit theatre organization. Located on North Dearborn Street in Chicago's Loop, Goodman's complex includes two theatres in which it presents classic and contemporary works. The theatre has been home to famous shows like Pal Joey, Sunday in the Park with George, Guys and Dolls, and the plays in August Wilson's Pittsburgh Cycle; it is the only theatre to have presented all 10.

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