Foxfire, was written in collaboration with the Canadian actor Hume Cronyn. It tells the story of the end of a way-of-life for an Appalachian family. The play was performed in Stratford, Ontario and at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis before transferring to New York, where it began a seven-month run at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1983. Foxfire was a vehicle for the combined talents of husband-and-wife actors Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy; Tandy won a Tony award for her performance in the play.
A 79-year-old widow lives on her Appalachian mountain farm with the recalcitrant ghost of her dead husband, and there's pressure for her to sell the estate.
Apr 11, 2008 through May 11, 2008
Curtain time(s): Fri-Sat 8PM; Sun 2PM. No show 4/13.
Ticket price: $11.00 - $18.00