"A gorgeous new space deserves an equally stunning production," writes Jayne Blanchard, critic for DC Theatre Scene. "Everyman Theatre has pulled off this challenging feat with its sparkling renovation of the Old Town movie palace and its shattering and laugh-out-loud staging of Tracy Letts' mama drama August: Osage County."
"Director Vincent M. Lancisi pulls out all the stops in regards to casting, set design and acting chops with this production. He manages to make 3 hours glide by like a dream - a savage, hilarious and anxiety-riddled dream about an Oklahoma family's ghastly treatment of one another and the pack of lies they use to control and tear each other to shreds."
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