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1-21-13: "August: Osage County," A [Dysfunctional] Family Affair
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Update Feb. 11, 1:44 p.m:
Sold-out shows and packed houses have led Everyman Theatre's staff to add eight more performances to the month-long run of "August: Osage County."
Everyman's production of the Pulitzer-prize winning drama was slated to end on Feb. 17, but with the extension, its' run will end on Feb. 24.
All shows up until Feb. 17 are sold out.
"This is a play with a lot of shouting, profanity and fighting, and just plain cruelty." -J. Wynn Rousuck
The production features a large cast, has a length of more than three hours, and the action takes place in and around a three-story house. Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck calls the production a "big, brawling, sprawling drama."
The play is centered around a dysfunctional family. After the patriarch disappears, the family reunites in their home state of Oklahama. Some family members have addictions, some have secrets, but they all have some sort of baggage to lie on the dinner table.
"August: Osage County" continues at Everyman Theatre until Feb. 17 Feb. 24.
"August: Osage County"
By Tracy Letts
Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi
Cast includes Carl Schurr, Linda Thorston, Deborah Hazlett, Rob Leo Roy, Heather Lynn Peacock, Beth Hylton, Maia Desanti, Nancy Robinette, Wil Love, Clinton Brandhagen, Veronica Del Cerro, Bruce Randolph Nelson and Ron Heneghan
Front page photo credit: Stan Barouh