— The Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning hit about a dysfunctional family in crisis.
|Preview||oct 30, 2007|
|Opening||dec 04, 2007|
3hrs, 20mins. (2 Intermission)
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Meet the Westons. Dad’s disappeared. Mom’s popping pills. One daughter’s bound for divorce. And that's just the start. Equally harrowing and hysterical, Tracy Letts’ award-winning drama has already been hailed as an American classic.
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Although it sounds unbearably depressing on paper, August: Osage County is often laugh-out-loud funny. Its plot twists are dark and nasty, but also completely over-the-top, like those in a soap opera. The show’s also quite long–three hours and twenty minutes, with two intermissions–but with ...