The producers of "Chicago" are investigating reports of harassment. (Photo by Bruce Glikas/Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic)
The producers of “Chicago” are investigating reports of harassment targeted at a cast member who took his own life last month after being a part of the Broadway revival since its beginning. Friends of Jeff Loeffelholz, citing rehearsal notes they say Loeffelholz left behind, say the actor, who was the standby for Mary Sunshine, was verbally harassed by members of the creative team while being made to repeatedly rehearse a song at a rehearsal on June 22. Loeffelholz died June 29. “The entire ‘Chicago’ family is devastated by the loss of our company member. We are working with Actors Equity…

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