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Courtney Rikki Green (left) plays Anne and MacGregor Arney plays Richard in Teenage Dick, Mike Lew’s scathingly funny new play that finds theater’s most famous disabled character, Shakespeare’s Richard III, scheming his way through the brutal, no-holds barred world of high school. Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave., is presenting the Chicago premiere of Teenage Dick on-site and via online streaming video through April 19. Tickets: or call (773) 975-8150. Photo credit: Charles Osgood

Chicago Tribune Theater Critic Chris Jones joins John Williams to review Teenage Dick, a play recorded at the Theater Wit for audience members to view from home. Chris describes what makes this particular play great, while helping keep actors afloat at this uneasy time.

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