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Evening Star Productions in partnership with Infinite Abyss to present Tracy Letts' BUG - August 12 - 29

Evening Star Productions
In partnership with
Infinite Abyss
presents
Bug
by Tracy Letts
Preview performance – August 12

Runs August 13 – 29

“Tracy Letts’ Bug Explores Depth of Human Weakness” 690 more words

Clients

Todd Solondz assembles crazy cast for Welcome to the Dollhouse "sequel" Wiener-Dog

Twenty years ago, director Todd Solondz launched his career with the strange coming of age comedy, Welcome to the Dollhouse. The film followed an 11-and-half-year-old social pariah named Dawn Wiener, starring… 202 more words

News

No 673 Killer Joe by Tracy Letts

I first came to the work of Tracy Letts through August, Osage County which I read and loved a few years ago. True to form, I ordered all his other plays and promptly forgot about them until I saw the movie version of Killer Joe starring Matthew McConaughey in the titular role. 980 more words

The 746

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

Theatre

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

Arts

Theater Around The Bay: Colin Johnson Is Creative

Our next show, The Creative Process, opens tonight at Theater Pub! We took a moment to chat with Colin Johnson, the playwright, about the show, making theater, and looking like a chump. 1,008 more words

Theater Around The Bay