The Country House

June 3 - July 13, 2014
Gil Cates Theater

Written by Donald Margulies
Directed by Daniel Sullivan
Featuring Blythe Danner, Scott Foley, Eric Lange,
David Rasche, Sarah Steele & Emily Swallow

"Sparkling ... Deliciously inviting ... Danner is a delight!" - Los Angeles Times

"First-rate ensemble... witty banter expertly marshalled by Daniel Sullivan!"
- Variety

"An intelligent commercial entertainment
burnished to a high sheen!"
- The Hollywood Reporter

"GO!" - LA Weekly

Inspired by Anton Chekhov’s pastoral comedies, Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies brings this funny and poignant world premiere – helmed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan – to the Geffen Playhouse. Gathering in their Berkshire home during the Williamstown summer theater season, a family of actors wrestles with fame, art and, as always, each other. But when the events of the weekend go off-script, secrets are spilled and bonds are broken – threatening an already fragile foundation of a home brimming with old memories, new love and discarded dreams.

Miss the premiere in Los Angeles? Plan your trip to see The Country House on Broadway...

By special arrangement with Manhattan Theatre Club, Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director, Barry Grove, Executive Producer.

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The Country House

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Performance Info

The running time for this production is 135 mintues with one 15 minute intermission. This production includes the smoking of herbal cigarettes, strong language and themes and may not be suitable for all audiences. There will be no late seating and no re-entry.