This is a critical moment in American life, in which issues of American identity and responsibility are being vigorously discussed and debated. There is a sense that change is in the air. Steppenwolf's 2007-2008 season is our contribution to the conversation: five American stories that explore and celebrate our national experience. Join us at Steppenwolf as we collectively examine how we live now.

The Crucible
By Arthur Miller
Directed by ensemble member Anna D. Shapiro
Featuring ensemble members Alana Arenas, Ian Barford, Francis Guinan, Ora Jones, Tracy Letts, James Vincent Meredith and Alan Wilder with Leonard Kraft, Kelly O'Sullivan and Mary Seibel
Sep 13 — Nov 11, 2007

Good Boys and True
By Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Directed by Pam MacKinnon
Featuring ensemble member Martha Lavey with Stephen Louis Grush, Nick Horst, Mark Minton, Kelly O'Sullivan, John Procaccino, Trevor Reusch, Tim Rock and Kelli Simpkins
Dec 12 2007 — Feb 16, 2008

Carter's Way
Written and directed by ensemble member Eric Simonson
Original music by Darrell Leonard
Featuring ensemble members Robert Breuler, K. Todd Freeman, Ora Jones and James Vincent Meredith with Anne Adams, Scott Cummins, Calvin Dutton, Curtis M. Jackson, Keith Kupferer, and Michael Pogue
Feb 28 — Apr 27, 2008

Dead Man's Cell Phone
By Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Jessica Thebus
Featuring ensemble member Molly Regan with Sarah Charipar, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Géraldine Dulex, Mary Beth Fisher, Coburn Goss, Marc Grapey, Polly Noonan and Ben Whiting
Mar 27 — Jul 27, 2008

Superior Donuts
By ensemble member Tracy Letts
Directed by ensemble member Tina Landau
Featuring ensemble members Jon Hill, James Vincent Meredith and Yasen Peyankov with Jane Alderman, Kate Buddeke, Cliff Chamberlain, Michael Garvey, Robert Maffia and Michael McKean
Jun 19 — Aug 17, 2008

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