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Caring for Dad but dreaming of fantasy cowboys in 'You Got Older' at Steppenwolf

“You Got Older,” a play by Clare Barron about losing someone you love to cancer, was slated to open at the Steppenwolf Theatre last Monday, on the evening that news came of the death of one of its most storied ensemble members, John Mahoney. The opening was scrubbed, but this still must have been...
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