(Chris Jones’s article appeared in Theater Loop, 2/9.)

In just 80 minutes of stage traffic, Dan LeFranc’s arresting and moving new play “The Big Meal” serves up more truths about parenting, bereavement, divorce, irritating in-laws, economic stress, marriage and the modern American family than most plays of twice that duration.

Unquestionably, this is the new play most to see in Chicago so far this year.

 via leisureblogs.chicagotribune.com

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