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Productions Date of Productions
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; David Hawkanson: Executive Director)
Oct 13, 2012 - Mar 03, 2013
Superior Donuts
[Play, Original]
  • World Premiere presented at: The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; David Hawkanson: Executive Director)
Oct 01, 2009 - Jan 03, 2010
August: Osage County
[Play, Original]
  • Commissioned by and World Premiere presented at The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; David Hawkanson: Executive Director)
Dec 04, 2007 - Jun 28, 2009
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; Michael Genarro: Managing Director)
Apr 08, 2001 - Jul 29, 2001
Buried Child
[Play, Drama, Original]
  • Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Apr 30, 1996 - Jun 30, 1996
My Thing Of Love
[Play, Original]
  • World Premiere at The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
May 03, 1995 - May 14, 1995
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
[Play, Original]
  • Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
  • Originally produced in the United States at The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
May 01, 1994 - May 08, 1994
The Song of Jacob Zulu
[Play, Play with music, Original]
  • Produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
  • Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
Mar 24, 1993 - May 09, 1993
The Grapes of Wrath
[Play, Drama, Original]
  • Produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
  • First presented in September, 1988 by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
Mar 22, 1990 - Sep 02, 1990
The Caretaker
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney and Jeff Perry: Co-Artistic Directors; Stephen Eich: Managing Director)
Jan 30, 1986 - Mar 09, 1986
2013 Tony Award® Best Revival of a Play
winnerWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? [winner]
Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; David Hawkanson: Executive Director)
2013 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play
winnerWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? [winner]
Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; David Hawkanson: Executive Director)
2008 Tony Award® Best Play
winnerAugust: Osage County [winner]
Commissioned by and World Premiere presented at The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; David Hawkanson: Executive Director)
2001 Tony Award® Best Revival of a Play
winnerOne Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest [winner]
Originally produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey: Artistic Director; Michael Genarro: Managing Director)
1993 Tony Award® Best Play
 The Song of Jacob Zulu [nominee]
Produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
1990 Tony Award® Best Play
winnerThe Grapes of Wrath [winner]
Produced by The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Randall Arney: Artistic Director; Stephen B. Eich: Managing Director)
1985 Tony Award® Regional Theatre Award
nominee The Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Gary Sinise: Artistic Director) [recipient]
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