AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY is here! Plus 3 Other Titles from Pulitzer Winner Tracey Letts.

NEW! We Are Proud to Announce The Immediate Availability
of Tracey Letts’ 2008 Pulitzer Prize Winning Drama

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY on the Scene Partner WebStore
“Fiercely funny and bitingly sad…[a] turbo-charged tragicomedy…”
— NY Times

“Tracy Letts, in his Broadway debut, creates a hugely ambitious, highly combustible saga that will leave you reeling.”

— NY Daily News

A vanished father. A pill-popping mother. Three sisters harboring shady little secrets. When the large Weston family unexpectedly reunites after Dad disappears, their Oklahoman family homestead explodes in a maelstrom of repressed truths and unsettling secrets. Mix in Violet, the drugged-up, scathingly acidic matriarch, and you’ve got a major new play that unflinchingly-and uproariously-exposes the dark side of the Midwestern American family.

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY – Hot off the e-presses from Dramatists Play Service

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY on the Scene Partner WebStore

MAN FROM NEBRASKA on the Scene Partner WebStore


In this 2004 Pulitzer Prize finalist, a crisis of faith propels an ordinary middle-aged man into an extraordinary journey of self-discovery. This wickedly funny and spiritually complex play examines the effects of one man’s awakening on himself and his family.

“…[a] tremendously mature and multifaceted portrait of the American…at the dawn of the 21st century…”
— Chicago Sun-Times


SUPERIOR DONUTS on the Scene Partner WebStore

Arthur Przybyszewski owns a decrepit donut shop in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago. Franco Wicks, a black teenager who is his only employee, wants to change the shop for the better. This comedy-drama explores the challenges of embracing the past and the redemptive power of friendship.

“…a soulful play, full of humor and humanity…drawn with deep affection.”
— Variety

BUG on the Scene Partner WebStoreBUG

Set in a seedy Oklahoma City motel room, the play centers on the meeting between Agnes, a divorced waitress with a fondness for cocaine and isolation, and Peter, a soft-spoken Gulf War drifter. Winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play.

“…obscenely exciting…top-flight craftsmanship. Buckle up and brace yourself…”
— NY Times

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