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The Heir Apparent

November 29

January 17, 2016

in CST's Courtyard Theater

written by David Ives, adapted from
Le Légataire universel
by Jean-François Regnard
directed by John Rando

Linda Kimbrough

Madame Argante

Linda Kimbrough returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where her credits include: The Moliere Comedies, King John, Julius Caesar, The Wizard of Oz, All's Well That Ends Well, Macbeth, Pericles, King John, Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare's Greatest Hits and Cymbeline. Other Chicago credits include: The Commons of Pensacola (Northlight Theatre); Other Desert Cities, The Play About the Baby (Goodman Theatre); The Uneasy Chair and Savannah Disputation (Writers Theatre). Regional credits include: Twelfth Night (Center Stage); GNIT (Actors Theatre of Louisville); The Pitmen Painters, The History Boys, Pride and Prejudice (Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre); The Gospel According to James (Indiana Repertory Theatre); and Noises Off (Cleveland Play House). Internationally, Ms. Kimbrough has performed at the Galway Arts Festival in Ireland with Northlight Theatre’s production of Better Late, and at the Barbican Theatre in London with Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s production of The Man Who Came to Dinner. Film credits include: The Phil Specter Story (HBO), Spartan, Homicide and Red Belt, all directed by David Mamet.

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