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Love's Labor's Lost

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at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

by William Shakespeare
directed by Marti Maraden

Steve Pringle

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Steve Pringle returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where his credits include: Richard III, The Taming of the Shrew and The Madness of King George (Jeff Award, best production). Other Chicago credits include: A Christmas Carol (Goodman Theatre); First Look (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); Pitmen Painters (Jeff Award, best production - TimeLine Theatre Company); Annie (Paramount Theatre); Pal Joey (Porchlight Musical Theatre); Faith Healer (Buffalo Theatre Ensemble); and Passion of Dracula (First Folio Theatre). Regional credits include: Without a Parachute (direction, Pasta Fazool Players); The Rainmaker (Guthrie Theater); Arms and the Man, Custer, The Farm (Actors Theatre of St. Paul, founding member); Mousetrap, Pajama Tops (Old Log Theatre); Guys and Dolls, Robber Bridegroom and On Golden Pond (Chanhassen Dinner Theatre). Film credits include That Was Then This Is Now and Roundabout American. Television credits include: Low Winter Sun (AMC), Quincy (CBS) and The Police (PBS). Mr. Pringle was a recipient of the Edwin Booth Award from the American College Theater Festival by The Player’s Club of New York, 1970.

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