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The Impostors’ first season ends with the thoroughly enjoyable anthology Footholds

The evening includes five short plays written by Chicagoans.

The Impostors Theatre Company wraps up its inaugural season with Footholds, an anthology of five short plays tied together by one shared conceit: a stack of red construction paper used in various ways. While most local theaters produce a single show (oftentimes running longer than necessary), it’s delightful to see a variety of engaging vignettes written by Chicagoans.…

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