Stage Left Theatre, a long-established Chicago company that produces at Theater Wit in the Lakeview neighborhood, has announced its 2012-13 season. This will be Stage Left's 31st year of operation.
The season begins in September with a new play by Mia McCullough, titled "Impenetrable." Set in a North Shore suburb, it's about a local "spa" known for a racy billboard.
In January, Stage Left will collaborate with BoHo Theatre on a production of George Bernard Shaw's classic "Pygmalion," directed by Vance Smith.
The Chicago premiere of "Rabbit," written by the British scribe Nina Raine ("Tribes"), concludes the mainstage season in April.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun