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End of the Zeroes: Greatest Hits of the Decade

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Peter DeFaria and Randy Steinmeyer in "A Steady Rain" at Chicago Dramatists

Peter DeFaria and Randy Steinmeyer in "A Steady Rain" at Chicago Dramatists

Annoyance Theatre
Coed Prison Sluts: $64,000, 5,380 people

The Artistic Home
Peer Gynt: $19,044 box office, 1,200 people

Chicago Dramatists
A Steady Rain: $21,000 box office,1,500 people at CD, 10,000 at Royal George Theatre
Cadillac: $23,000 box office,1,600 people at CD, 1,500 at Theatre on the Lake

Collaboraction
The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow, $150,000 box office, 6,500 people

The ComedySportz Theatre
ComedySportz (mainstage show): 200,000 people since 2000

Court Theatre
Caroline, or Change: $284,743 box office (not including subscription income), 12,027 people

The Factory Theater
White Trash Wedding and a Funeral: “several thousand” people

First Folio Theatre
Jeeves Intervenes: 1,850 people

Hobo Junction
Bad Guys in Suits: $5,250 box office, 1,000 people

The Hypocrites
Our Town: $95,000 box office, 5,121 people

Infamous Commonwealth Theatre
The Grapes of Wrath: $10,000 box office, 1,000 people

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The Improvised Shakespeare Company

Light Opera Works
The Music Man: 8,000 people

Lookingglass Theatre Company
The Arabian Nights: $782,000 box office, 19,000 people

The Neo-Futurists
Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind: 200,000 people since 2000

New Leaf Theatre
The Man Who Was Thursday: 700 people

Northlight Theatre
Better Late: 19,000 people

Raven Theatre Co.
A Streetcar Named Desire: $35,000 box office, 4,500 people

A Red Orchid Theatre
Mistakes Were Made: $50,000 box office, 2,900 audience

Remy Bumppo Theatre Company
The Real Thing: $96,535 (plus subscribers), 4,252 people

Serendipity Theatre Collective
2nd Story 2009 Festival: $14,000 box office, 1,000 people

the side project
Maggie: A Girl of the Streets: $7,000 box office, 800 people

Signal Ensemble Theatre
1776: 3,000 people

16th Street Theater
Unveiled:  $12,000 box office, 1,100 people

Steep Theatre
In Arabia We’d All Be Kings: $13,000 box office, 900 people

Steppenwolf Theatre Company
August: Osage County, 11,500 people in Chicago

Teatro Luna
Machos and Jarred (A Hoodoo Comedy)

Theater Oobleck
The Strangerer: $54,000 box office, 5,400 people

Theatre Seven
Diversey Harbor: $18,000 box office, 2,023 people

TimeLine Theatre Company
The History Boys: $361,291 box office,12,374 people

TUTA Theatre Chicago
Uncle Vanya: $30,000 box office, 2,500 people

Victory Gardens Theater
Blackbird: $551,869 box office, 13,500 people

WNEP Theater
Soireé DADA: Schmuckt der Hallen, $8-9,000 box office, 400-450 people

Writers’ Theatre
The Lion in Winter: $521,355 box office, 11,018 people

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