Arena Stage serves up Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes, a drama about family greed and betrayal, beginning September 23 at the Mead Center for American Theater.
Emmy Award winner and Golden Globe nominee Marg Helgenberger stars as Regina Giddens under veteran director Kyle Donnelly. Performances continue through October 30.
The cast also includes four-time Helen Hayes Award winner Edward Gero (Arena Stage’s The Originalist) as Benjamin Hubbard, Jack Willis (Arena Stage’s All the Way, Sweat) as Horace Giddens, Gregory Linington (Arena Stage’s Equivocation) as Oscar Hubbard, Tony Award nominee and Drama Desk Award winner Isabel Keating (Broadway’s The Boy from Oz) as Birdie Hubbard, Stanton Nash (Boq in the Chicago production of Wicked) as Leo Hubbard, Megan Graves (Folger Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream) as Alexandra Giddens, James Whalen (Mosaic Theater’s After the War) as William Marshall, Kim James Bey (Center Stage’s Beneatha’s Place) as Addie and David Emerson Toney (Arena Stage’s All the Way) as Cal.
“There are people who eat and there are those that get eaten,” according to Arena production notes. “First in line to be served is Regina Giddens, clawing her way to wealth with her equally calculating brothers. When their plan to control the local cotton mill is thwarted, they’ll turn to ever more devious schemes, even as it further divides their family. Starring Emmy Award winner Marg Helgenberger (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), Lillian Hellman’s classic tale of greed, betrayal and all the sordid ties that bind takes sibling rivalry to unimaginable heights and reveals how far a ruthless family can bend the rules before they break each other.” The production is part of the theatre's Lillian Hellman Festival.
The creative team includes set designer Mikiko Suzuki MacAdams, costume designer Jess Goldstein, lighting designer Nancy Schertler, composer and sound designer Ryan Rumery and wig designer Anne Nesmith. The dialect coach is Mary Coy, the stage manager is Christi P. Spann, and the assistant stage manager is Kristen Mary Harris.
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