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The Little Foxes

This post is an excerpt from The Theater Mirror. Lillian Hellman’s “The Little Foxes”, presented by Lyric Stage. Bravo to the Lyric for taking on Lillian Hellman, who doesn’t get produced enough anymore. And what a taking on it was.  From Janie E. Howland’s set design to Gail Astrid Buckley’s costumes to the first-rate ensemble acting of this

This post is an excerpted from The Metro West Daily News's Best Theater of 2019 “The Little Foxes,” Lyric Stage Company of Boston Director Scott Edmiston assembled a superb cast – including Anne Gottlieb as manipulative Southern matron Regina, Remo Airaldi as her morally bankrupt brother Ben, and Amelia Broome as her kindhearted, heartbreaking sister-in-law Birdie – for a perfectly

This post is excerpted from The Arts Fuse Theater Feature. The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman, staged by Lyric Stage Company, Boston. Scott Edmiston directed this blemish-free production starring the sublime Anne Gottlieb as Regina Giddens, who, circa 1900, engages in psychological warfare to reclaim her share of the American dream. Hellman planned to write a trilogy about this pernicious

Amelia Broome, Craig Mathers, and Anne Gottlieb in The Little Foxes. Photos by Mark S. Howard. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIDfgYSJ6oU If Regina Giddens is the complex and compelling anti-hero at the heart of Lillian Hellman's The Little Foxes, her sister-in-law, Birdie is her charming dramatic foil. We sat down with Ameila Broome to learn how she brings Birdie to life in this great American hurricane of a play! About

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGiTdREZgwg&t=11s The Little Foxes stars Michael John Ciszewski and Rosa Procaccino sat down for an installment of Theatre Talk and were brilliant! Check out the full interview above and then see them on stage, now through March 17th! About Michael John Ciszewski – Leo Michael John Ciszewski (Leo) is making his Lyric Stage debut. Recent credits: Peter and the Starcatcher (Hub Theatre Company of Boston), Midsummer Night’s

This post is excerpted from the full DigBoston review section. ★★★★★ Lillian Hellman’s thrilling 1939 play about the greed that tears apart a Southern family has been given a first-rate revival at the Lyric Stage Company in a profoundly impressive production directed by Scott Edmiston. Anne Gottlieb is a forest fire as Regina, a woman willing to do anything—and step over

"Run. Take the T. Drive. Call a transportation service. However you get there, don't miss Lyric Stage Company of Greater Boston's superb pro­duction of Lillian Hellman's classic play, "The Little Fox­es".  theater at its best."

by Aliza Kenney At the age of 15, Lillian Hellman stole a ring from her uncle which she pawned in order to buy books. When she confessed what she had done, her uncle said, “So you've got spirit after all. Most of the rest of them are made of sugar water.” This statement would go on to define Hellman’s

We asked all of our directors this season the question "why?" Here are the answers from the director of our upcoming show, The Little Foxes! Why The Little Foxes? "Lillian Hellman was America's first great female playwright, a feminist pioneer, and a moral force. Her work deserves to be seen, celebrated, and reconsidered. And it's just a damn good story." Why