by Lillian Hellman
Directed by Jim Moody
Evenings: February 15•, 16-17, 21-24
Sunday Matinee: February 18
In an avaricious family of Southern entrepreneurs in 1900, is a woman who would consider killing her husband, bartering her daughter, and double-crossing her brothers to get the ruling interest in a cotton mill. The good characters in the moneyed Hubbard clan are saintly, the bad ones dastardly, and they fight a battle to the literal death. Thievery, blackmail, and possible murder in small town Alabama.
For Season Ticket patrons, reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, February 3
General Admission reservation requests will be accepted beginning Thursday, February 8