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At CTC, Raw Revelations Unfold In “August: Osage County”

Cast members of CTC’s “August:  Osage County.”
Chattanooga Theatre Centre
Cast members of CTC’s “August: Osage County.”

The next play at Chattanooga Theatre Centre delves into the dark side of a family in Oklahoma for whom the word “dysfunctional” would be an understatement.

“August: Osage County” by Tracy Letts - which premieres on Friday - tells a raw tale of revelations about the Weston family.

According to CTC, quote: “The show has extremely mature language and mature situations appropriate for mature audiences only. Audience discretion is advised.”

Wendy Tippens plays Violet.


More information at theatrecentre.com.

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