The Little Foxes
- Letto da: Will Brittain, Tim DeKay, Heidi Dippold, Jamie Harris, Jared Harris, Larry Powell, Molly C. Quinn, Albie Selznick, Joanne Whalley, Karen Malina White
- Durata: 1 ora e 42 min
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A scathing examination of a wealthy Southern family and the greed that tears them apart. Regina’s brothers have inherited their father’s wealth, while after years of neglect, her dying husband is determined to see she gets nothing. It will take every ounce of her ruthless guile to outwit her relations and assure herself a gilded future.
Recorded before a live audience at UCLA's James Bridges Theater in October 2018.
Directed by Rosalind Ayres
Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg
Will Brittain as Leo Hubbard
Tim DeKay as Ben Hubbard
Heidi Dippold as Birdie Hubbard
Jamie Harris as Oscar Hubbard
Jared Harris as Horace Giddens
Larry Powell as Cal
Molly C. Quinn as Alexandra Giddens
Albie Selznick as William Marshall
Joanne Whalley as Regina Giddens
Karen Malina White as Addie
Associate Artistic Director: Anna Lyse Erikson. Recording Engineer Sound Designer, and Mixer: Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood. Senior Radio Producer: Ronn Lipkin. Foley Artist: Aaron Lyons. Production Manager: Katie Friesen. Editor: Julian Nicholson. Piano solos and duets played by Nicholas Hormann and Katie Hume.
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- Katherine Lamb
Such a wonderful performance of this play! It's a great listen. Too bad it goes so fast.
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- Amazon Customer
Too Little. Too Long.
This play is about the wealthy and how they destroy the earth and those around them in order to line their pockets. It's about how having money leads to a cycle of needing money but also a reduction in happiness. And about what it takes in other to break from that cycle. It takes a willingness to be uncomfortable and to live with fear of the unknown. But don't we all know that already? In two hours I wanted more to be revealed about the human condition. I gained all I was going to get from this play within the first half. it just... didn't have much to say.
Other than the writing, the production is good. Fine performances, pacing, sound, etc. If you are looking to for a version of this to review for school - it's a fine choice.