August Osage County Tickets

August: Osage County is a dark comedic play in which topics and events that are usually unmentionable are treated in a humorous manner. The play has been nominated for several prestigious awards during its running, and has been awarded the Pulitzer and Tony awards for drama, in addition to winning the Drama League award for distinguished production. From its troublesome debut to its closing 2 years later, the August: Osage County play has won "Best Play" and "Best New Play" awards from a variety of academies, leagues and critics. Entertainment Weekly put the play on its "best-of end of the decade" list, saying "it went by in one lightning-fast jolt of pure theatrical electricity".
August: Osage County is a dark comedic play in which topics and events that are usually unmentionable are treated in a humorous manner. The play has been nominated for several prestigious awards during its running, and has been awarded the Pulitzer and Tony awards for drama, in addition to winning the Drama League award for distinguished production. From its troublesome debut to its closing 2 years later, the August: Osage County play has won "Best Play" and "Best New Play" awards from a variety of academies, leagues and critics. Entertainment Weekly put the play on its "best-of end of the decade" list, saying "it went by in one lightning-fast jolt of pure theatrical electricity".

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The play is set in Osage County, Oklahoma, and emits the traditional charm that is synonymous with the South. Osage County is the largest county in the state of Oklahoma, and known for its numerous oil reserves and rich grazing lands. The plot revolves around the dysfunctional Weston family. Beverly and Violet, the husband and wife, have a complicated relationship that has degenerated from love into hate and hostile behavior. She is a drug addicted, unsettled woman; he is an alcoholic. When her husband goes missing, the members of the Weston family all of whom seem to have certain issues ranging from drug addiction to alcoholism to infidelity and pedophilia reunite at their Oklahoma home. The play is full of comedy, and is beautifully written with a Southern styling that not only grabs its viewers, but keeps them throughout the performance.

August: Osage County is written by Tracy Letts, who based it on his hometown. Letts hails from a family of performers, writers and musicians. His father, Dennis Letts, made his Broadway debut with this play. This three hour play was written to deal with issues which are normally unthinkable in the South. The play was produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company and ran in Chicago, before debuting in Broadway's Imperial Theatre where it quickly gained fame due to the charming setting and language of the South. Its popularity made it a sure hit, and the play toured internationally, debuting in London's National Theatre. This was followed by appearances in Australia, Austria, Israel, Argentina and Puerto Rico in addition to Sweden. This play is one of the few American plays that has been translated into Spanish and has been performing for more than a year in Buenos Aires.

To theatre-goers, the Southern comedy marked a new era on Broadway; it was a play that hadn't been seen in years. The Southern accents did wonders for the play, and audiences were hooked onto what became known as "The most exciting play on Broadway". Reviewers claim that by the end of the play "you will be emotionally wrung out and exhausted from laughing, but you will still find yourself hungry for more." Among the many pleasures the show affords, is the chance to see actors mostly unknown on the bigger stages, such as Deanna Dunagan, who has taken viewers by storm with her harsh humor and ferocity. Dunagan received a Tony award for her performance in this play. Academy Award winner Estelle Parsons also stars in the play.

August: Osage County is not simply a dark comedic drama, but it's a lot more. You're probably saying "Oh, it's nothing new," but in Letts' capable hands, it is. It is so grim and so sinister yet at the same time so hilarious. At one point or another, viewers can probably relate to the family structure. Add to that the fact that this play has racked up almost all the awards endowed upon drama productions, features an Academy and Tony award winning cast, a razor sharp script and a portrayal of the South that is rarely seen - this a definite must see. Don't miss out on this golden opportunity and get your August: Osage County tickets now.

The play is set in Osage County, Oklahoma, and emits the traditional charm that is synonymous with the South. Osage County is the largest county in the state of Oklahoma, and known for its numerous oil reserves and rich grazing lands. The plot revolves around the dysfunctional Weston family. Beverly and Violet, the husband and wife, have a complicated relationship that has degenerated from love into hate and hostile behavior. She is a drug addicted, unsettled woman; he is an alcoholic. When her husband goes missing, the members of the Weston family all of whom seem to have certain issues ranging from drug addiction to alcoholism to infidelity and pedophilia reunite at their Oklahoma home. The play is full of comedy, and is beautifully written with a Southern styling that not only grabs its viewers, but keeps them throughout the performance.

August: Osage County is written by Tracy Letts, who based it on his hometown. Letts hails from a family of performers, writers and musicians. His father, Dennis Letts, made his Broadway debut with this play. This three hour play was written to deal with issues which are normally unthinkable in the South. The play was produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company and ran in Chicago, before debuting in Broadway's Imperial Theatre where it quickly gained fame due to the charming setting and language of the South. Its popularity made it a sure hit, and the play toured internationally, debuting in London's National Theatre. This was followed by appearances in Australia, Austria, Israel, Argentina and Puerto Rico in addition to Sweden. This play is one of the few American plays that has been translated into Spanish and has been performing for more than a year in Buenos Aires.

To theatre-goers, the Southern comedy marked a new era on Broadway; it was a play that hadn't been seen in years. The Southern accents did wonders for the play, and audiences were hooked onto what became known as "The most exciting play on Broadway". Reviewers claim that by the end of the play "you will be emotionally wrung out and exhausted from laughing, but you will still find yourself hungry for more." Among the many pleasures the show affords, is the chance to see actors mostly unknown on the bigger stages, such as Deanna Dunagan, who has taken viewers by storm with her harsh humor and ferocity. Dunagan received a Tony award for her performance in this play. Academy Award winner Estelle Parsons also stars in the play.

August: Osage County is not simply a dark comedic drama, but it's a lot more. You're probably saying "Oh, it's nothing new," but in Letts' capable hands, it is. It is so grim and so sinister yet at the same time so hilarious. At one point or another, viewers can probably relate to the family structure. Add to that the fact that this play has racked up almost all the awards endowed upon drama productions, features an Academy and Tony award winning cast, a razor sharp script and a portrayal of the South that is rarely seen - this a definite must see. Don't miss out on this golden opportunity and get your August: Osage County tickets now.



August Osage County Ticket Prices

The average price for August Osage County Tickets start from $107. The minimum get in price is $62 for August Osage County Tickets at the Liddy Doenges Theatre at Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Tulsa. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
August: Osage County Tulsa 22-Feb-20 $107 $62
August: Osage County Tulsa 23-Feb-20 $135 $128

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