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August: Osage County (Review)

Dayton collaboration results in powerful staging of dark comedy

0 Comments · Monday, October 4, 2010
Tracy Letts' searing, dark comedy about an outrageously dysfunctional contemporary family is having its regional premiere at Wright State University's Festival Playhouse in a co-production with Dayton's Human Race Theatre Company. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award in 2008, the play is set in a blistering August summer in Oklahoma. The heat is inescapable in this show, a hell of a piece of theater — with the emphasis on "hell."  

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