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Chicago Theater Review: 'Mary Page Marlowe' by Tracy Letts

Before playwright Tracy Letts and director Anna D. Shapiro teamed up at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater for the explosive, Tony and Pulitzer-winning family drama “August: Osage County,” they collaborated on the pensive “Man from Nebraska,” the more direct tonal and thematic predecessor of their latest collaboration, “Mary Page Marlowe.”  This is Letts in contemplative mode, theatrically plumbing large questions like “what is a person?” and, therefore, “what is a life?”  In a dense and demanding 80-minute one-act, six different women, including Blair Brown (“Orange is the New Black”) and Carrie Coon (“The Leftovers”), play the title character at different ages, with the narrative jumping around in time from one scene to the next.  571 more words


My Perspective - "August: Osage County"

For the last couple of months, I have been working on the theatric production of the play “August: Osage County” written by Tracy Letts… 487 more words

August: Osage County

Tracy Letts' August: Osage County

Mid-week hello’s to you, readers!

This week actually feels really packed. I have an unnecessary amount of appointments, the ones you get for routine check ups you don’t really want. 470 more words


'August: Osage County' Now Eligible for the 2016 Kelsey Awards

PinnWorth Production’s critically acclaimed production of August: Osage County is now eligible for a 2016 Kelsey Award Nomination. 278 more words

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KELSEY REVIEW: 'August: Osage County' (CentralJersey.com Review)


This review was written by Anthony Stoeckert of CentralJersey.com. The original review can be found here.

Pinnworth Productions’ staging of August: Osage County… 1,305 more words

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August: Osage County

Several years ago I took a modern American drama course.  One of the first plays we read was Eugen O’Neil’s Long Day’s Journey into Night.  … 479 more words

August: Osage County (2014) + How to Get Away With Telling Your Life Story On-Screen

Bet you thought it was a cool idea, brave even, to share your life story on-screen?

Wrong. Well, maybe if you already know a few good magic tricks. 1,357 more words

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