The dysfunctional family of Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize-winning play August: Osage County at The Old Globe in San Diego includes Robert Foxworth as gone-missing Beverly Weston, Lois Markle as pill-popping matriarch Violet Weston and Angela Reed as volcanic daughter Barbara.
Directed by Obie Award winner Sam Gold (Circle Mirror Transformation, Kin, The Aliens), the dark comedy opened May 12, after previews, and plays the Old Globe Theatre through June 12. Here is a look at the production:
August: Osage County, With Robert Foxworth, Angela Reed and Lois Markle, at the Old Globe
The Tony Award-winning play about a family that reunites in Oklahoma following the disappearance of the patriarch, Beverley, also features Robin Pearson Rose (as Mattie Fae Aiken), Joseph Adams (Bill Fordham), Guy Boyd (Charlie Aiken), Todd Cerveris (Sheriff Deon Gilbeau), Carla Harting (Ivy Weston), Ronete Levenson (Jean Fordham), Robert Maffia (Steve Heidebrecht), Kelly McAndrew (Karen Weston) and Haynes Thigpen (Little Charles Aiken).
For tickets and information, visit www.TheOldGlobe.org.