(Catey Sullivan’s article appeared in the Chicago Tribune, 3/6.)
At 14, Wilmette’s Aaron Lamm has the kind of an acting career many adult performers dream of. The New Trier freshman has credits at the biggest Equity theaters in Chicago. He’s signed with an agent. And through March 26, he’s playing a major supporting role in Chicago Shakespeare’s production of “Love’s Labor’s Lost.”
As Moth, the cheeky page and the smartest character in the room in “Love’s Labor’s Lost,” Lamm is stealing scenes and getting major laughs at the Tony-winning Navy Pier theater.
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