Steppenwolf Theatre Company co-produces Don DeLillo's riveting drama as part of The Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays.
- Jun. 17 - 25, 2006
- Terrace Theater
- 90 minutes, no int.
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and Steppenwolf Theatre Company present
a new play by Don DeLillo
directed by Amy Morton
"BRILLIANT! A metaphor for love and death, wonder and waiting, blessing and breath"
"COMPELLING! An exquisite piece of writing"
--The Chicago Sun-Times
"PROFOUND! John Heard is especially good."
--The Chicago Tribune
After a stroke leaves a free-spirited artist invalid, his family is confronted by the ultimate decision between life and death. The Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays and Chicago's Tony Award–winning Steppenwolf Theatre Company present this riveting new drama by Don DeLillo (The Day Room, National Book Award Winner White Noise) with a cast featuring Steppenwolf's Martha Lavey and film and television actor John Heard (Awakenings, Fox's Prison Break), as well as Louis Cancelmi, Penelope Walker, and Larry Kucharik. The Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays is dedicated to the development of new works by America's top playwrights and theater companies.
- Don DeLillo
- Amy Morton
News and Reviews
Review - "'Love-Lies-Bleeding': Dying to Make a Point"
The Washington Post - Washington, DC (Jun. 20, 2006)