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SAN DIEGO (April 12, 2011)—Executive Producer Lou Spisto today announced the complete cast and creative team for Tracy Letts’ award-winning play, August: Osage County.  Directed by Obie Award winner Sam Gold, the dark comedy will run in the Old Globe Theatre, part of the Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, May 7 – June 12.  Preview performances run May 7 - May 11.  Opening night is Thursday, May 12 at 7:00 p.m.  Tickets are currently available by subscription only.  Single tickets will go on sale on Sunday, April 10 at 10:00 a.m.  Tickets can be purchased online at, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.
One of the most acclaimed plays of the last decade, August: Osage County won the 2008 Tony Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.  Tracy Letts’ sprawling saga about three generations of an Oklahoma family has drawn comparisons to the work of American dramatists Eugene O’Neill, Sam Shepard and Tennessee Williams.  When their father goes missing, the huge and completely dysfunctional Weston family reunites and sparks fly. Violet, the take-no-prisoners matriarch, struggles for control over a family set to implode over secrets, lies and betrayals.  A large and complex modern-day masterpiece that the New York Times hailed as “flat-out, no asterisks and without qualifications, the most exciting new American play Broadway has seen in years.”
The cast of August: Osage County features Globe Associate Artists Robert Foxworth (Beverly Weston) and Robin Pearson Rose (Mattie Fae Aiken) and also Joseph Adams (Bill Fordham), Guy Boyd (Charlie Aiken), Todd Cerveris (Sheriff Deon Gilbeau), Kimberly Guerrero (Johnna Monevata), Carla Harting (Ivy Weston), Ronete Levenson (Jean Fordham), Robert Maffia (Steve Heidebrecht), Lois Markle (Violet Weston), Kelly McAndrew (Karen Weston), Angela Reed (Barbara Fordham) and Haynes Thigpen (Little Charles Aiken).
The creative team includes David Zinn (Scenic Design), Clint Ramos (Costume Design), Japhy Weideman (Lighting Design), Fitz Patton (Sound Design), Jan Gist (Dialect Coach) and Diana Moser (Stage Manager).
Playwright Tracy Letts has been an ensemble member of Steppenwolf Theatre Company since 2002.  He was awarded the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play August: Osage County, which played on Broadway for over a year following a sold-out run at Steppenwolf in 2007.  August also enjoyed a sold-out engagement at London's National Theatre and a U.S. National Tour in summer 2009.  Other accolades include five Tony Awards (including Best Play), an Olivier Award and six Jeff Awards (including Best Play).  Letts is also the author of Superior Donuts, which had its world premiere at Steppenwolf in 2008 and opened on Broadway in 2009; Man from Nebraska, which was produced at Steppenwolf in 2003 and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize; Killer Joe, which has been produced in Chicago, London and New York; and Bug, which has played in New York, Chicago and London.  As an actor, he has appeared at Steppenwolf in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Betrayal, The Pillowman, Last of the Boys, The Pain and the Itch, The Dresser, Homebody/Kabul, The Dazzle, Glengarry Glen Ross (also in Dublin and Toronto), Three Days of Rain, Road to Nirvana and Picasso at the Lapin Agile.  His film and television credits include “The District,” “Profiler,” “Prison Break,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “Seinfeld,” “Home Improvement,” Guinevere, U.S. Marshals and Chicago Cab.
Director Sam Gold won an Obie Award for his direction of Annie Baker's Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons) and The Aliens (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater).  His other recent credits include Bathsheba Doran’s Kin (Playwrights Horizons), Nick Jones' The Coward (Lincoln Center Theater), Jollyship the Whiz-Bang (Ars Nova), Kim Rosenstock's Tigers Be Still (Roundabout Theatre Company), Stephen Belber's Dusk Rings a Bell (Atlantic Theater Company), Noah Haidle’s Rag and Bone (Rattlestick), Sam Marks’ The Joke (Studio Dante) and Betty Shamieh’s The Black Eyed (New York Theatre Workshop).  From 2003-2006, Gold served as the dramaturg at The Wooster Group.  He is a Roundabout Associate Artist, NYTW Usual Suspect, Drama League Directing Fellow, recipient of the Princess Grace Award and graduate of the Juilliard Directing Program.
TICKETS to August: Osage County can be purchased online at, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.  Tickets are currently available by subscription only.  Single tickets will go on sale on Sunday, April 10 at 10:00 a.m.  Performances at the Old Globe Theatre begin on May 7 and continue through June 12.  Ticket prices range from $29 to $85.  Performance times: Previews:  Saturday, May 7 at 8:00 p.m., Sunday, May 8 at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m.  Regular Performances:  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m., Saturday matinees at 2:00 p.m., Sunday matinees at 1:00 p.m. and Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m.  There is also a Wednesday matinee on June 1 at 1:00 p.m. and no Saturday matinee performance on June 4.  Discounts are available for full-time students, patrons 29 years of age and under, seniors and groups of 10 or more.
Associated events taking place during the run of August: Osage County include:
INSIGHTS SEMINAR: August: Osage County
Monday, May 9 at 7:00 p.m.  FREE
Insight Seminars are informal presentations of ideas and insights to enhance the theater-going experience.  The seminars feature a panel selected from the artistic company of each production and take place in the theater where the production is performed.  Reception, 6:30 p.m.  Seminar, 7:00 p.m.  Admission is free and reservations are not required.
POST-SHOW FORUMS: August: Osage County
Tuesdays, May 17 and 24 and Wednesday, June 1.  FREE
Discuss the play with members of the August: Osage County cast and crew at post-show discussions led by the Globe’s creative staff after the performances.
OUT AT THE GLOBE: Friday, May 27 at 6:30 p.m.  $20
An evening for gay and lesbian theater lovers and the whole LGBT community, Out at the Globe includes a hosted wine and martini bar, appetizers and door prizes.  $20 per person.  RSVP at (619) 23-GLOBE.  (Tickets to August: Osage County are sold separately.)
THANK GLOBE IT’S FRIDAY: Fridays, May 13 and 20 at 6:30 p.m.  $20
Kick off the weekend with the Globe’s Friday pre-show bash.  TGIF includes a hosted wine and martini bar, appetizers and desserts.  $20 per person.  RSVP at (619) 23-GLOBE.  (Tickets to August: Osage County are sold separately.)
LOCATION:  The Old Globe is located in San Diego’s Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe Way.  There are numerous free parking lots available throughout the park.  Valet parking is also available ($10).  For additional parking information visit

CALENDAR:  Groundswell (3/12-4/17), Rafta, Rafta… (3/22-4/24), August: Osage County (5/7-6/12), Life of Riley (4/30-6/5), Much Ado About Nothing (5/29-9/24), The Tempest (6/5-9/25), Amadeus (6/12-9/22), Hershey Felder as George Gershwin Alone (7/1-7/10), Hershey Felder in Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein (7/15-8/28).
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The Tony Award-winning Old Globe is one of the country’s leading professional regional theaters and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for 75 years.  Under the direction of Executive Producer Louis G. Spisto, The Old Globe produces a year-round season of 15 productions of classic, contemporary and new works on its three Balboa Park stages: the 600-seat Old Globe Theatre and the 250-seat Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, which are both part of The Old Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, and the 612-seat outdoor Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, home of its internationally renowned Shakespeare Festival.  More than 250,000 people attend Globe productions annually and participate in the theater's education and community programs.  Numerous world premieres such as The Full Monty, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, A Catered Affair, and the annual holiday musical, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, have been developed at The Old Globe and have gone on to enjoy highly successful runs on Broadway and at regional theaters across the country.

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Joseph Adams (Bill Fordham) is making his first appearance at The Old Globe.  He was most recently seen in A Devil at Noon at the Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival.  His Broadway appearances include Come Back, Little Sheba, The Real Inspector Hound, A View from the Bridge and The Survivor.  His Off Broadway credits include Sixty Miles to Silver Lake (Soho Repertory Theater), Dance of the Seven Headed Mouse (The Beckett Theatre), Serendib (The Ensemble Studio Theatre), The Don Juan and the Non Don Juan (Vineyard Theatre) and Balm in Gilead (Minetta Lane Theatre).  Regionally he has performed at Hartford Stage, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Cleveland Play House, Westport Country Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, Studio Arena Theater, Contemporary American Theatre Festival and Bard SummerScape.  Adams has appeared in the films Brooklyn's Finest, Inhale and Twelve.  His television credits include Iron Jawed Angels (HBO), “Gossip Girl,” “The Sopranos,” “Dirty Sexy Money,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” Point Last Seen, The Heidi Chronicles, Consenting Adult and The Private History of a Campaign That Failed (PBS).
Guy Boyd (Charlie Aiken) appeared on Broadway for seven months in August: Osage County as Charlie Aiken.  His other Broadway credits are Sex and Longing with Sigourney Weaver and Rose.  He is known for his dedication to new plays and his work Off Broadway with playwright Adam Rapp, appearing in his New York productions of The Hallway Trilogy and American Sligo (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), The Metal Children (Vineyard Theatre), Essential Self-Defense (Playwrights Horizons), Stone Cold Dead Serious (American Repertory Theater and Edge Theater Company) and Trublinka.  Other Off Broadway productions include Chris Durang’s Betty’s Summer Vacation (Playwrights Horizons), Anne Marie Healy’s Now That's What I Call a Storm (Edge), William Hauptman’s Heat (The Public Theater) and three plays by Quincy Long, People Be Heard (Playwrights Horizons), The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite (Atlantic Theater Company) and The Lively Ladd (New York Stage and Film).  He played the title role in Sam Shepard’s The Late Henry Moss (Signature Theatre Company).  His regional credits include Curse of the Starving Class and The Durango Flash (Yale Repertory Theatre), The Marriage of Bette and Boo (Los Angeles Theatre Center) and Twelfth Night (Long Wharf Theatre).  He has appeared in over 50 films including Taking Chance, The Savages, Streamers (Golden Lion Award, Venice Film Festival), Ticket to Heaven, Sister Act, Jagged Edge and Body Double.  Most recently on television he appeared on “In Treatment” on HBO. 
Todd Cerveris (Sheriff Deon Gilbeau) last appeared at the Globe in John Rando’s production of All in the Timing.  His recent credits include the Broadway productions of South Pacific and Twentieth Century.  His Off Broadway premieres include Almost, Maine, The Booth Variations, The Butcherhouse Chronicles and Somewhere, Someplace Else.  He recently completed two National Tours as part of the companies of Twelve Angry Men and Spring Awakening, and he has enjoyed the opportunity to perform at Arena Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Actors Theatre of Louisville, George Street Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Portland Stage, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Dorset Theatre Festival, Adirondack Theatre Festival and Grove Theater Center.  Cerveris’ film and television credits include “White Collar,” “Nurse Jackie,” One True Thing, “Law & Order,” Living and Dining and The Rake’s Progress.  Also, as writer/director, his work is the recent recipient of a 2010 Gold ADDY Award and Top Ten Honor. 
Robert Foxworth (Beverly Weston) is an Associate Artist of The Old Globe and has appeared in The Madness of George III, Cornelia, Julius Caesar, Private Lives, Below the Belt, Love Letters, Antony and Cleopatra and last season in the title role of King Lear.  During the winter he played Arthur in Superior Donuts at San Diego Repertory Theatre.  His most recent appearance on Broadway was in August: Osage County as Charlie Aiken.  Also on Broadway, Foxworth has appeared in Twelve Angry Men, Ivanov, Honour, Judgment at Nuremberg and Henry V.  He won the Theatre World Award for his portrayal of John Proctor in The Crucible at Lincoln Center Theater.  His television series include “Storefront Lawyers,” “Falcon Crest” and “LateLine” (with Al Franken).  He has guest starred on countless television shows over the years such as a two-year stint on “Six Feet Under,” episodes of “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and recently “Chaos.” Foxworth's regional theater work has included Cyrano de Bergerac (Great Lakes Theatre Festival), Iago in Othello and The Scottish King in Macbeth (Guthrie Theater), George in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Hartford Stage), Uncle Vanya (Geffen Playhouse) and many more.  He is the voice of Ratchet in all three of the Transformers movies.
Kimberly Guerrero (Johnna Monevata) is a native Oklahoman and a graduate of UCLA who has appeared on stage in Steel Magnolias (Tennessee Performing Arts Center), Canticle of the Plains (Tapestry II), Three Sisters (Project HOOP) and most recently in The Frybread Queen (Native Voices).  Guerrero originated the role of Johnna in Steppenwolf Theatre Company's August: Osage County and performed in Chicago, on Broadway, at the National Theatre in London and Sydney Theatre Company in Australia.  A few of her film and television credits include “Grey’s Anatomy,” Taking Chances, “The Sopranos,” Hidalgo, Naturally Native and an immortalizing turn as Jerry’s Indian girlfriend on “Seinfeld.”
Carla Harting (Ivy Weston) has appeared Off Broadway in Dreams of the Washer King (The Playwrights Realm), Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Playwrights Horizons), Eurydice (Second Stage Theatre), Kid-Simple (Summer Play Festival), Valparaiso (Rude Mechanicals), Jimmy Carter Was a Democrat (Clubbed Thumb, Performance Space 122, The Kitchen), Freakshow and Late: A Cowboy Song (Clubbed Thumb), Be Aggressive (Soho Repertory Theater) and Straight Up & with a Twist (New Georges).  Regionally she has appeared in Goldie, Max & Milk (Florida Stage), Becky’s New Car (North Coast Repertory Theatre), Legacy of Light, A Delicate Balance and Passion Play (Arena Stage), The Lady from Dubuque (Seattle Repertory Theatre), Eurydice (Yale Repertory Theatre), The Scene, After Ashley, Kid-Simple, Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls and The Blue Room (Humana Festival), Night and Day (The Wilma Theater), What the Butler Saw (South Coast Repertory), Uncle Vanya, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Imaginary Invalid and Zoot Suit (San Diego Repertory Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (La Jolla Playhouse), Our Country’s Good (Signature Theatre Company) and The Bright and Bold Design (The Studio Theatre).  Harting’s film and television credits include Never Forever with Vera Farmiga, “Law & Order” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” 
Ronete Levenson (Jean Fordham) has recently appeared Off Broadway in Lascivious Something (Women's Project and Cherry Lane Theatre, directed by Daniella Topol), Our Town (Barrow Street Theatre, directed by David Cromer), What Once We Felt (Lincoln Center Theater, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll), Origin Story (The Public Theater, directed by Hal Brooks), Named (Rising Phoenix Repertory and the Cino Night Series at Seventh Street Small Stage) and Stunning (New York Theatre Workshop).  Regionally, she appeared as Elma Duckworth in Bus Stop (2011 IRNE Award for Best Supporting Actress Drama, Huntington Theatre Company, directed by Nicholas Martin) and in Argonautika (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre Company and McCarter Theatre, directed by Mary Zimmerman).  On television and film, Levenson has appeared on “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Guiding Light,” “Possible Side Effects” (pilot) directed by Tim Robbins (Showtime) and Taking Woodstock, directed by Ang Lee. 
Robert Maffia (Steve Heidebrecht) appeared on Broadway in Superior Donuts by Tracy Letts and in its premiere run at Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, directed by Tina Landau.  Before moving to Los Angeles, Maffia appeared in numerous productions in Chicago including Suicide in B Flat, Stalag 17, The Petrified Forest, Nelson Algren’s Never Come Morning and the title role in the English language world premiere of Bertolt Brecht’s Fatzer: Demise of the Egotist.  His television credits include “Brothers and Sisters,” “CSI: NY,” “Jericho,” “24,” “ER,” “Cold Case,” “Boston Public” and “The Guardian.” He can be seen in the new web series Fumbling thru the Pieces.  His films include Hoffa, Mercury Rising, The Big Tease and most recently The Giant Mechanical Man starring Jenna Fischer. 
Lois Markle‘s (Violet Weston) stage credits include the Broadway productions of Hedda Gabler, True West and The Grapes of Wrath.  Her Off Broadway credits include The American Dream, The Sandbox, Measure for Measure, Camino Real, Curse of the Starving Class, I Am a Camera, The Middle Ages and ¡Cuba Si!  Her National Tours include Three Tall Women, Present Laughter, Summer, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and After the Fall.  Some of Markle’s favorite regional credits include Old Times, Toys in the Attic, A Delicate Balance, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Driving Miss Daisy, The Gin Game, Lost in Yonkers, Major Barbara, Albee’s Women (at The Old Globe), An Evening with Jon Robin Baitz and Eleanor Roosevelt in Her Own Words.  Among her film credits are Torn Between Two Lovers, Breaking Up, Coming Apart and The Sporting Club.  Her TV work includes “The Sopranos,” “Sex and the City,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and “The ABC Afternoon Playbreak.
Kelly McAndrew (Karen Weston) has appeared at The Old Globe in Alive and Well and Sight Unseen.  Her Broadway credits include Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.  Her Off Broadway credits include Still Life (MCC Theater), Lyric is Waiting (Irish Repertory Theatre), Trout Stanley (Culture Project), The Cataract (Women’s Project), Greedy (Clubbed Thumb), Topsy Turvy Mouse (Cherry Lane Theatre Mentor Project) and Book of Days (Signature Theatre Company).  McAndrew’s regional credits include Precious Little (City Theatre), Holiday (Olney Theatre Center, Helen Hayes nomination for Lead Actress in a Resident Play), The Miracle Worker and The Great White Hope (Arena Stage), Talley’s Folly (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), Proof (George Street Playhouse) as well as world premieres at Huntington Theatre Company, CENTERSTAGE, Denver Center Theatre Company, Berkshire Theatre Festival and Arizona Theatre Company.  Her film and television credits include In the Family (upcoming), Everybody’s Fine (with Robert De Niro), Superheroes, New Guy, “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Gossip Girl” and “As the World Turns.”
Angela Reed (Barbara Fordham) was last seen in San Diego in 2008 as The Adult Women in the First National Tour of Spring Awakening, which took her to nearly 45 cities in 20 months.  Reed's Broadway credits include The Country Girl, Rock 'n' Roll and The Rainmaker.  She has worked with many Off Broadway companies, including Mint Theater Company, Keen Company, The Actors Company Theatre, Classic Stage Company and Primary Stages.  She has appeared regionally in After Ashley and Map of Heaven (Denver Center Theatre Company), Rabbit Hole (Cleveland Play House), Olly's Prison (American Repertory Theater), Talley's Folly (Pasadena Playhouse, Arizona Theatre Company and Dorset Theatre Festival), The Real Thing and Crimes of the Heart (Syracuse Stage), Proof (Coconut Grove Playhouse, directed by David Auburn), Three Sisters and Les Liaisons Dangereuses (The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Thornton Wilder Short Plays (CENTERSTAGE), Ordinary Nation (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), Camille (Round House Theatre), Women Who Steal (Merrimack Repertory Theatre), The Herbal Bed (Indiana Repertory Theatre), The House of Bernarda Alba and Fefu and Her Friends (Santa Fe Stages, directed by Maria Irene Fornes), How I Learned to Drive, Angels in America, Othello, The Triumph of Love, Dracula and In Her Sight (Actors Theatre of Louisville) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (La Jolla Playhouse).  Her television credits include “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and “Third Watch.” 
Robin Pearson Rose (Mattie Fae Aiken) appeared on Broadway in Holiday and The Visit (Hal Prince, director) and Off Broadway in Summer and Smoke (Roundabout Theatre Company).  Some of her regional theater roles include Vincent in Brixton, Da, All My Sons (San Diego Critics Circle Award), Voir Dire, Dancing at Lughnasa, Wonderful Tennessee and Remembrance (The Old Globe), Doubt (Ovation Award nomination), You Can't Take It With You, All My Sons (Ovation nomination) and Happy Days (Rubicon Theatre Company), Many Happy Returns (Laguna Playhouse), The Carpetbagger’s Children and Dragon Lady (South Coast Repertory), King of the Moon and Dancing at Lughnasa (La Mirada Theatre), Amy’s View (Center REP Theatre), Juno and the Paycock (American Conservatory Theater), Sylvia (Stage West) and Joined at the Head (Pasadena Playhouse).  Her film credits include Something’s Gotta Give, What Women Want, Speechless, Fearless (directed by Peter Weir) and An Enemy of the People (opposite Steve McQueen).  Her recent television appearances include “NCIS,” “Enlightened,” “Life,” “Vanished,” “The Nine,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Boston Legal,” “Cold Case Files,” “Without a Trace,” “Boston Public,” “Judging Amy,” “ER,” “Party of Five,” “L.A. Law” and “My Father’s Son” (directed by Beau Bridges).  Rose is an Associate Artist at The Old Globe.
Haynes Thigpen (Little Charles Aiken) has appeared on Broadway in Misalliance (Roundabout Theatre Company) and Off Broadway in Our House (Playwrights Horizons), The Duchess of Malfi and The Revenger's Tragedy (Red Bull Theater) and Nobody (Rising Phoenix Repertory).  His regional theater credits Our House (Denver Center Theatre Company), Black Sheep (Barrington Stage Company), The Black Monk (Yale Repertory Theatre), Hamlet (McCarter Theatre), Twelfth Night (The Shakespeare Theatre Company), Cymbeline (California Shakespeare Festival) and Twelfth Night (Great Lakes Theatre Festival).  His film and television credits include Dance 'Til Dawn, Blackbird, Terror Firmer, “Law & Order” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”

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By Tracy Letts
Directed by Sam Gold
RUNS: May 7 – June 12, 2011
Old Globe Theatre
Conrad Prebys Theatre Center
TICKETS:  $29-85

 When their father goes missing, the huge, sprawling and completely dysfunctional Weston family reunites and sparks fly.  

David Zinn (Scenic Design), Clint Ramos (Costume Design), Japhy Weideman (Lighting Design), Fitz Patton (Sound Design) and Diana Moser (Stage Manager).

 Joseph Adams (Bill Fordham), Guy Boyd (Charlie Aiken), Todd Cerveris (Sheriff Deon Gilbeau), Robert Foxworth (Beverly Weston), Kimberly Guerrero (Johnna Monevata), Carla Harting (Ivy Weston), Ronete Levenson (Jean Fordham), Robert Maffia (Steve Heidebrecht), Lois Markle (Violet Weston), Kelly McAndrew (Karen Weston), Angela Reed (Barbara Fordham), Robin Pearson Rose (Mattie Fae Aiken) and Haynes Thigpen (Little Charles Aiken).

May 7 SAT 8pm
May 8 SUN 7pm
May 10 TUE 7pm
May 11 WED 7pm
May 13 FRI 8pm
May 14 SAT 2pm
May 14 SAT 8pm
May 15 SUN 1pm
May 15 SUN 7pm
May 17 TUE 7pm
May 18 WED 7pm
May 19 THU 7pm
May 20 FRI 8pm
May 21 SAT 2 pm
May 21 SAT 8pm
May 22 SUN 1pm
May 22 SUN 7pm
May 24 TUE 7pm
May 25 WED 7pm
May 26 THU 7pm
May 27 FRI 8pm
May 28 SAT 2pm
May 28 SAT 8pm
May 29 SUN 1pm
May 29 SUN 7pm
May 31 TUE 7pm
Jun. 1 WED 1pm
Jun. 1 WED 7pm
Jun. 2 THU 7pm
Jun. 3 FRI 8pm
Jun. 4 SAT 8pm
Jun. 5 SUN 1pm
Jun. 5 SUN 7pm
Jun. 7 TUE 7pm
Jun. 8 WED 7pm
Jun. 9 THU 7pm
Jun. 10 FRI 8pm
Jun. 11 SAT 2 pm
Jun. 11 SAT 8pm
Jun. 12 SUN 1pm
Jun. 12 SUN 7pm

Monday, May 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Seminar series features a panel of artists from the current show.  Reception at 6:30 p.m.  FREE

Tuesdays, May 17 and 24 and Wednesday, June 1
Discuss the play with members of the cast following the performance.  FREE

Friday, May 27 at 6:30 p.m.  $20
An evening for LGBT theater lovers with a hosted wine and martini bar, appetizers and door prizes.  (Show sold separately.)

Fridays, May 13 and 20 at 6:30 p.m.  $20
Friday pre-show bash includes wine, martinis, appetizers, dessert and live music.  (Show sold separately.)

BOX OFFICE WINDOW HOURS:  Noon to final curtain Tuesday through Sunday. American Express, Discover, MasterCard and VISA accepted.  (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623]

LOCATION:  The Old Globe is located in San Diego’s Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe Way.  Free parking is available throughout the park.  Valet parking is also available ($10).  For parking information visit

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