Steppenwolf Theatre Company will welcome audiences back for in-person performances for the first time in 20 months with its acclaimed revival of Bug by ensemble member Tracy Letts, in the Downstairs Theater on Nov. 11-Dec. 12.
Directed by David Cromer with ensemble members Randall Arney, Carrie Coon and Namir Smallwood alongside Jennifer Engstrom and Steve Key reprising their roles, the production was shut down before the end of its run in March 2020 due to the pandemic.
Note: Steppenwolf is part of the growing coalition of over 70 Chicagoland performing arts venues and producers that have agreed upon COVID-19 vaccination and mask requirements for all audiences, artists and staff through the end of 2021. Learn more about Steppenwolf's policies at steppenwolf.org/welcomeback.
In addition, Steppenwolf will be offering four reduced-capacity performances for Bug, seating every other row and one seat on either side of each party. Those performances will take place Nov. 21 and 24 as well as Dec. 1 and 8.
Single tickets for Bug ($20-$110) go on sale Friday, Sept. 24, at steppenwolf.org or 312-335-1650.