August: Osage County to Transfer to Music Box Theatre | Playbill

News August: Osage County to Transfer to Music Box Theatre
The dysfunctional Oklahoma family explored in August: Osage County has found a new home. Beginning April 29, the Steppenwolf production will begin performances at the Music Box Theatre.

Deanna Dunagan (seated) and Amy Morton in August: Osage County.
Deanna Dunagan (seated) and Amy Morton in August: Osage County.

The acclaimed Tracy Letts play will offer its last performance at its current home, the Imperial Theatre, April 20 at 3 PM.

Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, August will play its 100th performance at Broadway's Imperial Feb. 20. The play tells of "the Weston clan after the disappearance of their patriarch. The family returns to their three-story home in rural Oklahoma to get to the heart of the matter."

The original cast includes Ian Barford, Deanna Dunagan, Kimberly Guerrero, Francis Guinan, Brian Kerwin, Dennis Letts, Madeleine Martin, Mariann Mayberry, Amy Morton, Sally Murphy, Jeff Perry, Rondi Reed, Troy West, Munson Hicks, Susanne Marley, Jay Patterson, Dee Pelletier, Molly Ranson, Aaron Serotsky and Kristina Valada-Viars.

The design team comprises Todd Rosenthal (sets), Ana Kuzmanic (costumes), Ann Wrightson (lights), Richard Woodbury (sound) and David Singer (original music).

The Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of August: Osage County is produced on Broadway by Jeffrey Richards, Jean Doumanian, Steve Traxler, Jerry Frankel, Ostar Productions, Jennifer Manocherian, The Weinstein Company, Debra Black/Daryl Roth, Ronald & Marc Frankel/Barbara Freitag, and Rick Steiner/Staton Bell Group.

Show times are Tuesday-Friday at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 8 PM with matinees on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2 PM and Sundays at 3 PM.

The Imperial Theatre is located at 249 West 45th Street; the Music Box Theatre is located at 239 West 45th Street. For tickets call (212) 239-6200 or visit

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