'Superior Donuts' tells story of friendship
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Letts is best known for “August: Osage County” and “Bug,” and has won a Tony Award in addition to the Pulitzer. “Superior Donuts” was adapted to a television sitcom starring Judd Hirsch as Arthur and Jermaine Fowler as Franco. The TV show airs on CBS.
At St. Louis Actors' Studio, August: Osage County Is a Tour de Force
In Tracy Letts' acidly funny drama, we meet the Westons. Dad is an alcoholic. Mom pops pills (and also has cancer — of the mouth). Daughter Barbara's marriage is ending; daughter Karen is engaged to a monster; daughter Ivy, the only one who stayed in ...
Martha Lavey, Longtime Artistic Director of Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre, Dies at 60
She spent two decades in the post and influenced the careers of Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts and many others. Martha Lavey, who served as the artistic director of the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago from 1995 through 2015, has died. She was 60.
Tribeca Film Review: 'The Lovers'
It stars Debra Winger and Tracy Letts as Mary and Michael, a couple in their late 50s who have entered the dead-zone phase of marriage. Their passion has left the building, but more than that, they've stopped pretending they have anything to say to ...