PHOTO CALL: Broadway Cast Celebrates August: Osage County Day

News   PHOTO CALL: Broadway Cast Celebrates August: Osage County Day
The cast of Broadway's August: Osage County celebrated its 300th performance and the Mayor's Proclamation of "August: Osage County Day" in New York City Aug. 13.

The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning Tracy Letts drama centering on an Oklahoma family is the longest-running play of the 2007-2008 season.

New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg proclaimed Aug. 13 "August: Osage County Day" in the city. The Mayor's Proclamation in honor of the show's 300th performance states that August: Osage County has "yielded tremendous cultural and economic benefits for" New York City and has "reaffirmed New York's proud heritage of welcoming the world's boldest, most powerful works of art."

Here are some photos from the celebration at Sardi's in New York:

The cast of August: Osage County.
Philip Smith, Estelle Parsons and Gerald Schoenfeld
Mayor's Office representatives Phil Gutierrez and Marybeth Ihle with producers Jean Doumanian and Jeffrey Richards
The Proclamation

All photos by Aubrey Reuben.

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