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The Long Wait

As a part of my job, I am constantly looking for new and upcoming books. Books that teens and young adults may be interested in, or books that inspire and look fun so that I can create a program around them. 268 more words

August: Osage County (2013)

August: Osage County tell the story of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until a family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them. 496 more words

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One-Liner Wednesday

From the recent movie I watched, August Osage County, comes my one-liner Wednesday quote.

Bev: “Life is very long.” T.S. Elliot. Absolutely goddamn right.

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For the love of Meryl Streep

I am a HUGE fan of Meryl Streep. Huge (can’t emphasize that enough). I hadn’t seen ‘August: Osage County‘ last year because, well….there is no specific reason, just that it got missed and I wasn’t in the mood for some intense family drama as it is evident from the trailers. 199 more words

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The Irony 

Last year, I read and watched August: Osage County. Besides thoroughly enjoying the play and film adaptation, I couldn’t help but fight the feeling that went against every fiber of my body. 536 more words

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Hollywood horror: Actress’ death highlights Native American women’s woes

WASHINGTON – Charles Upham last saw his daughter alive on Oct. 5.

His daughter, 32-year-old Native American actress Misty Upham, was at the height of her career, having starred alongside Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts in 2013’s “August: Osage County.” Her breakout role came in 2008 with the award-winning film “Frozen River,” featuring Melissa Leo. 68 more words

News

UPDATED: Tickets going quickly for critically acclaimed AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

UPDATED 3/12: August: Osage County is sold out! Thank you for your patronage, Cincinnati!*

*Due to demand, tickets must be picked up at the box office by 7:50 or they will be released for patrons on our waitlist. 133 more words
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