The "Chicago" revival has been on Broadway since 1996. (Photo by Paul Zimmerman/WireImage)
Judd Burstein, the independent investigator looking into claims of harassment at “Chicago” after the death of a cast member, plans to finish his investigation in the next two weeks. Burstein confirmed in an email to Broadway News that he had been retained by National Artists Management Company, the production company of “Chicago” producers Barry and Fran Weissler, to look into reports of harassment targeting the late Jeff Loeffelholz. Friends of Loeffelholz, who had been the Mary Sunshine standby on Broadway since 1996, have claimed that he was verbally harassed in a June 22 rehearsal and questioned about his contract. Burstein…

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