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by William Inge

Directed by Lee Kasper

June 3-6, 2015. The Lee Strasberg Theatre

Synopsis: The setting is a small Oklahoma town in the early 1920s and the home of the Flood family. Here we find Rubin, a traveling salesman for a harness firm, Cora, his sensitive and lovely wife, Sonny, their little boy and Reenie, their teenage daughter. The plot consists of a series of short stories — the fight between a husband and wife; the fear of an overly shy young girl on going to a dance; the problems of an introverted little boy who feels that the whole world is against him; the corroding marriage of Cora’s rowdy sister; and the tragedy of a military school cadet who suffers from the stigma of being Jewish in a small mid-western town.

Featuring: Aidan Futterman, Miah Gonzales, Tate Kenney, Stephen McFarlane, Radhika Mehrotra, Daniel Napolitano, Oren Oettinger, George Stevens

Creative Team: 

Stage Manager: Alysia Dorhout

Set Designer: Ryan Howell

Lighting Designer: Ethan Steimel

Costume Designer: Stephanie Levin

Sound Designer: Michael Costagliola

Production Managers: Eric Mercado & Karen Loftus

Winter 202111/1 Update: Online

The Lee Strasberg Institute announces that Winter 2021 term classes will begin with fully online instruction, per State & Local guidance.

Click here for Winter online classes in New York City. | Click here for Winter online classes for Los Angeles.

The Institute is also offering new short-term online only classes. See Online Acting

Please note that the State of California color-coded reopening system does not permit any in-person instruction until the County is at least in the red tier (25% capacity). Los Angeles remains in purple.