Langham Court Theatre Presents AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

August: Osage County exposes a large family in a spectacularly entertaining meltdown during a hot August in Oklahoma. A missing father, an alcoholic, pill-popping matriarch, three squabbling sisters and relentless revelations of indiscretion catapult the viewer into a riveting theatre experience.
Tracy Letts is an American playwright, screenwriter and actor who received a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award in 2008 forAugust: Osage County. He also won a Tony Award for his portrayal of George in the revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 
August: Osage County is based on influential events in Letts’s own Oklahoma family: His maternal grandfather’s suicide (when he was 10 years old) and his grandmother’s ensuing drug addiction. The 2013 movie version starring Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts loses a lot in translation during its 121 minutes. Whereas, the play has three acts that last three hours and is stocked full of humour and sorrow.
3 hours with 2 intermissions • Mature themes • Frequent course language • 15+
Ticket Information:
$21 Adults
$19 Students / Seniors (ages 65+)
$16 per ticket for Groups 10+
2 for $20 Preview (Wed, Apr 22)
2 for $30 Tuesdays (Apr 28 & May 5)
$10 Student Rush Ticket (15 min before curtain with ID, based on availability)Performance Schedule (Apr 22 to May 9, 2015):
Apr 22 to Apr 25–Wed thru Sat nightly show time 7:30pm
Apr 28 to May 2–Tues thru Sat nightly show time 7:30pm
May 5 to May 9–Tues thru Sat nightly show time 7:30pm
* PLUS: Sat matinees Mar 14 & Mar 21-show time 1:30pm
* NOTE: Doors and shows are 1/2 hour earlier than usual