Every family has a few secrets, but the Weston family has more than the average. When Beverly Weston, the patriarch in
the family, suddenly vanishes, it brings the family together, exposing all their tension and raw nerves. Little by little,
each member opens up about the trauma they've suffered and reveals the family's dark history.
August Osage County was written by renowned playwright Tracy Letts, who won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2008 for this
work. He is also known for the plays Superior Donuts and Bug, the latter of which was adapted into film. This powerful and
moving drama focuses on what families have to overcome in order to provide closure for its members—even if in the process,
that means probing deep into forgotten wounds.
Toronto theater fans can expect a rush when August Osage County tickets go
on sale, so if you were planning on getting good seats, then you had better get moving and buy your tickets now. This play
deals with the lengths families will go to avoid confronting real problems. It's an eye-opening experience, so, buy some
August Osage County Toronto tickets now.