Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. On Thanksgiving Day, the New York Times ran a lengthy story about some painful changes at Chicago's Victory Gardens , the playwright-centered theater built and headed by Dennis Zacek during a year reign. The story ran under the headline "Opening Doors Means Rattling Some Cages," and it rattled some cages of its own, inspiring an outburst of comments on Facebook, where it was more bluntly noted that artistic director Chay Yew, an out-of-towner hired 18 months ago after Zacek retired, had cut the heart out of Victory Gardens by dumping the 14 members of its playwrights' ensemble and axing its cherished associate artistic director, Sandy Shinner. Adding insult to injury, he called Equity auditions and then walked out on them. Shinner, who'd been at Victory Gardens for 33 years and was Zacek's choice for the artistic director's job, was let go in June. The fact that managing director Jan Kallish who'd been there just three and a half years quit for personal reasons shortly before the Times story appeared added fuel to the fire.
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Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. Every few years I make an anthropological visit to my sister's home out west. My sister—her name is withheld to protect the guilty—is a lifelong bureaucrat who's never worked for anyone who had to show a profit, and she is deeply suspicious of the whole concept. She'll drive miles across the city to poke through the out-of-copyright videotapes at the public library rather than spend two bucks to rent one at the Blockbuster down the street.