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Theatricum's August: Keeps the Fun in Dysfunctional

By Patrick Hurley
Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer-Prize winning play August: Osage County, playing now through September 27 at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, explores the hideous depths of dysfunction in the American family. 829 more words

Patrick Hurley

Today at Clinton School - Ark Rep production of AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre works in partnership with the Clinton School of Public Service to participate in the UACS’s Distinguished Speaker Series, hosting educational panel discussions on various Rep productions. 151 more words


Swearing, secrets and suspicions: award-winning play to take stage in Windsor

Mario Carnevale says if you’re going to say the F-word, you have to really mean it.

“I warned the actors in advance,” the director said. “You can’t just say the F-word cautiously. 354 more words


Tony Award Winning Actress Rondi Reed ready for Chicago's Run to Remember

Rondi Reed joins Dean to talk about how she will be contributing to Gold Star Families Saturday at Chicago’s Run to Remember, and to talk about her recent work on… 10 more words

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

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

Film Archive

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.