Little Foxes, Lillian Hellman's portrait of Southern greed and dysfunction, will close at OR's Portland Center Stage Oct. 24 before moving on to Seattle's Intiman in November. The production opened Oct. 2.
Warner Shook, artistic director of Seattle's Intiman Theatre, directs the PCS-Intiman co-production, featuring Barbara Dirickson as craven Regina Giddens, who longs to be free of her controlling brothers and husband.
Also in the cast are Larry Ballard as brother Benjamin, Frank Corrado as husband Horace, Michael Kevin as the visiting businessman who offers the family a new direction. Jeanne Paulsen is Birdie, Peter Lohnes is Oscar, Betsy Brandt is the Giddens' daughter, Alexandra. Douglas Harmsen plays cousin Leo, Jesse Holmes is Cal, Delores Mitchell is Addie.
Tickets are $10-$36. Call (503) 274-6588 for information.
Next up at PCS is Chay Yew's Red, another co-production with Intiman, starring Sab Shimono as a Peking Opera star targeted during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. It plays Oct. 30-Nov. 21 following the Intiman run.