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Actor-Playwright Tracy Letts Started His Career With a 'Bang'

Tracy Letts is having a busy fall. The writer-actor, who’s won Tonys both for a play (“August: Osage County”) and a performance (“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”), not to mention a Pulitzer for “August: Osage County,” has a new play, “The Minutes,” debuting Nov. 584 more words


RIP Sam Shepard

The news broke earlier today that actor and playwright Sam Shepard has passed away at the age of 72.

Even though he had a small role in August: Osage County but I totally loved him in that and have enjoyed the other performances of his I have seen as well. 11 more words


#InSpanish: Entrevista a Uldarico Sarmiento, diseñador escenográfico e ilustrador

“Siempre hay algo nuevo que aprender e implementar en el arte.” – Uldarico Sarmiento

El libro de poesía para jóvenes, Poesía Alada, escrito por Mariana Llanos, cuenta con un variado grupo de talentosos artistas que complementan de manera visual los veinticinco lúdicos poemas de esta colección.

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Caustic Family Drama is Front and Center In STLAS's "August: Osage County"

August: Osage County
by Tracy Letts
Directed by Wayne Salomon
St. Louis Actors’ Studio
April 14, 2017

St. Louis Actors’ Studio

August:Osage County at St. Louis Actors’ Studio runs about three and a half hours and serves up some intense and even brutal situations in the life of an Oklahoma family. 830 more words

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Chicago Theater Review: Tracy Letts' 'Linda Vista'

The title of this engaging dark comedy by Tracy Letts (“August: Osage County,” “Superior Donuts”), “Linda Vista,” refers to the San Diego community in which protagonist Wheeler (Ian Barford), an irascible 50-year-old white guy whose marriage has collapsed, seeks a new start.  661 more words


“BARBARA: Eat it. Mom? Eat it.
BARBARA: Eat it, you fucker. Eat that catfish.
VIOLET: Go to hell!
BARBARA: That doesn’t cut any fucking ice with me. 197 more words