Tracy Letts

Tracy Letts is the only artist ever to win a Pulitzer Prize for drama (August: Osage County) and a Tony Award for acting (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?). A revival of his play Man from Nebraska opens at Second Stage in January with Reed Birney as a Midwestern man struggling with a crisis of faith.

Letts’s most recent play, Mary Page Marlowe, followed the title character from childhood to old age in a series of elliptical scenes presented out of order and debuted at Steppenwolf in Chicago in spring 2016. “It’s the most purely beautiful play that he has given us,” wrote Terry Teachout. “Tracy Letts is a poet of the ordinary — a playwright who writes about commonplace lives in uncommon ways.”











When: Mon., Dec. 5, 2016 at 8:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $28
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Tracy Letts is the only artist ever to win a Pulitzer Prize for drama (August: Osage County) and a Tony Award for acting (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?). A revival of his play Man from Nebraska opens at Second Stage in January with Reed Birney as a Midwestern man struggling with a crisis of faith.

Letts’s most recent play, Mary Page Marlowe, followed the title character from childhood to old age in a series of elliptical scenes presented out of order and debuted at Steppenwolf in Chicago in spring 2016. “It’s the most purely beautiful play that he has given us,” wrote Terry Teachout. “Tracy Letts is a poet of the ordinary — a playwright who writes about commonplace lives in uncommon ways.”

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