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Slideshow: Chicago Play ‘Superior Donuts’ From Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Tracy Letts

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CHICAGO – This seven-image slideshow is for production stills from “Superior Donuts,” which is a new Chicago play from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts. Our full review of the play by critic Alissa Norby can be found here. All photo credits go to Michael Brosilow.

  1. superiordonuts1.jpg: Ensemble member Jon Michael Hill (left) and Michael McKean in “Superior Donuts”

  • superiordonuts2.jpg: Jon Michael Hill (left) and Michael McKean
  • superiordonuts3.jpg: Jon Michael Hill (left) and Michael McKean
  • superiordonuts4.jpg: Michael McKean (left) and Jon Michael Hill
  • superiordonuts5.jpg: Ensemble members Yasen Peyankov (left) and James Vincent Meredith
  • superiordonuts6.jpg: Michael McKean
  • superiordonuts7.jpg: Jon Michael Hill (left), Cliff Chamberlain (middle) and Robert Maffia
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