A southern gothic sizzler with more secrets than you can shake a stick at.
2014 Obie Award Winner for Best New American Play.

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Director

Freddie Ashley

Sponsored by

Arlene Glaser

Synopsis

In this raucous dark comedy, the dysfunctional Lafayette siblings descend on their ancestral Arkansas home to settle their father’s estate. When they start digging through an accumulation of hoarded junk, they uncover more than a crumbling plantation mansion. A disturbing secret discovered among the clutter launches them into a scorchingly funny theatrical family fight fest and forces them to question the father they thought they knew.

Very fine, subversively original. New York Times
An exceptionally brilliant piece of writing…gut-punchingly honest. Time Out Chicago
Biliously funny. Washington Post
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    Jan Wikstrom. Photo by Christopher Bartelski.

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    Kevin Stillwell, Jan Wikstrom. Photo by Christopher Bartelski.

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    Jan Wikstrom. Photo by Christopher Bartelski.

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    Devon Hales, Alexandra Ficken. Photo by Christopher Bartelski.

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    Alexandra Ficken, Jan Wikstrom. Photo by Christopher Bartelski.

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    Kevin Stillwell, Jan Wikstrom. Photo by Christopher Bartelski.

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    John Osorio, Jan Wikstrom. Photo by Christopher Bartelski.

Cast & Creative Team

Running Time

2 hours, 15 minutes plus one intermission

Content Advisory

Contains adult language and situations. Be advised, show contains strobe effects.

Performances

Director's Rough Cut
October 26 at 8 pm

Previews
October 27 & 28 at 8 pm

Opening Night
October 29 at 8 pm

Regular Performances
October 30 - November 20
Wednesdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
Sundays at 2 pm

From the audience