In addition to Ivey (The Glass Menagerie, Hurlyburly, Follies) as Ella, the cast features John Procaccino (An Enemy of the People) as Taylor, Peter Albrink (Ghost Brothers of Darkland County) as Wesley, Ben Becher (What If) as Malcolm/Slater, Clark Middleton (The Golem) as Emerson/Ellis, Kevin Tighe (A Skull In Connemara) as Weston and Elvy Yost (Black Tie).
According to Long Wharf, "The Tate family is dead broke, the front door smashed in and nothing in the refrigerator. Dad drunkenly dreams of a hermit's life in the desert while Mom longs for European sophistication. So when both hatch schemes, independent of each other, to sell the family farm out from underneath their two children, a wild battle ensues to save each person’s piece of the American Dream."
The creative team includes Michael Yeargan (sets), Clint Ramos (costumes), James F. Ingalls (lighting), Fitz Patton (sound), Doug Wieselman (composer), William Berloni (animal handler) and Bryce McDonald (stage manager.)