Victory Gardens Theater
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Victory Gardens Theater information
Long established and playwright-friendly, Victory Gardens specializes in world premieres of plays by Chicago authors. The Wall St Journal called it ‘one of the most important playwright theaters in the US’. It’s located in the historic Biograph Theater, where bank robber John Dillinger – aka Public Enemy Number One – was shot in 1934.