August: Osage County Broadway Show
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August: Osage County on Broadway
Starting with an amazing sold-out run at the famed Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, the family drama August: Osage County riveted audiences and got rapturous reviews from the critics. The New York Times has called this Pulitzer Prize-winning new play by Tracy Letts (Bug, Killer Joe) “hugely entertaining ... full of blistering, funny dialogue, acid-etched characters and scenes of no-holds-barred emotional combat.”
“This original and corrosive black comedy deserves a seat at the dinner table with the great American family plays.”
- Time Magazine, Top 10 Theater Performances of 2007
“One of the best plays of the year."
- New York Magazine, Year-End Review
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When the family patriarch, a retired college professor and poet, goes missing, the highly troubled members of the Weston clan must reunite at his Oklahoma home. What results is an explosion of repressed truths and unsettling family secrets that make up one of the most riveting plays that Broadway has seen in years.
Three hours and 20 minutes, including two intermissions
Anna D. Shapiro (Direction)
Todd Rosenthal (Set Design)
Ana Kuzmanic (Costume Design)
Ann Wrightson (Lighting Design)
Richard Woodbury (Sound Design)
Tracy Letts (Playwright)
Age May be inappropriate for 14 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Full of every imaginable issue from drug abuse to incest, this three-hour Broadway play is almost like a grand soap opera, but playwright Tracy Letts' superb writing makes it rise above a dysfunctional family drama to become a great play that is terribly funny and terribly tragic.