You may know him from Showtime's "Homeland" or the movie "The Big Short" but Tracy Letts is also a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning playwright and a member of Chicago's prestigious Steppenwolf Theatre. His wife Carrie Coon has been seen in many roles including HBO's "The Leftovers" and the movie "Gone Girl." She is also a Chicago based theatre, television and film actress. Together, they are a powerhouse couple in Chicago Theatre and beyond. They have just worked together on the world premiere of Tracy's new play "Mary Page Marlowe" at the Steppenwolf, it runs through May 29th. Carrie is one of the stars. The show is about a woman's journey throughout her life - and 6 different actresses play the main character at different times in her life - Carrie being one of them. This play is getting great reviews and Tracy and Carrie are here at WCL to talk about their lives and their latest work.
Find out more about "Mary Page Marlowe" at the Steppenwolf website.
Steppenwolf's Tracy Letts and Carrie Coon
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