Maggie Cain has performed in many highly acclaimed productions – Hans Fleischmann’s production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie at Mary-Arrchie Theatre, Moment at Steep Theatre, Good Boys and True at Raven Theatre, and Men Should Weep at Griffin Theatre.* In December, she finished her third season as Mrs. Claus in the naughty, nice holiday hit Barney the Elf.
Maggie began acting at a young age, when her mother thought that youth theatre classes at the Cleveland Play House would help her come out of her shell. Little did Mom know what she’d set in motion. Maggie earned an MFA degree in acting from Ohio University and came to Chicago in the national tour of The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. She lives here with her wonderful husband and daughter.
*Men Should Weep won the 2014-2015 non-Equity Jeff Award for Best Production of a Play.
January 29 – THE PACORUNA by Erik Hellmann, workshop at Steep Theatre, directed by Laura Alcala Baker, featuring Cruz Gonzales Cadel, Maggie Cain, Juan Castaneda, Darren Jones, and Joel Reitsma.
February 11 – CHRIS SAVES THE WORLD by Addison Heimann, staged reading for Shattered Globe’s Satellite Series at The Theatre School at DePaul at 7 PM., directed by Spenser Davis, featuring Abby Blankenship, Maggie Cain, Alex Fisher, Lane Anthony Flores, Martin Hanna, JT Nagle, Robert Salazar, Vijay Sarathi, and Rachel Sepiashvili.
May 30 – SOMETHING UNSPOKEN by Tennessee Williams, staged reading for Raven Theatre’s Quill Reading Series, 6517 N. Clark St. at 7:30 PM., directed by Jake Freund, with Maggie Cain and Heather Branham.
June 2 – THE WIDOWS’ LEAGUE by Steve Peterson, staged reading at Chicago Dramatists, 1105 W. Chicago, directed by Kevin Christopher Fox, featuring Molly Burns, Maggie Cain, Joan Kohn, Bill McGough and Judy Lea Steele.
August 18 – 23 – AND THEN WHAT? by Kevin Olson and Bena Shklyanoy, at Piven Theatre, directed by Kevin Olson, featuring Hannah Antman, Maggie Cain, Alex Ireys, Heidi Katz, Kelly Levander, Howard Raik, Matthew Schufreider and Rachel Silvert.