What is the premise of “August: Osage County”?
An autobiographical one-man show
A struggling theater company
A Wild West comedy
A family drama
One of Broadway’s highest grossing non-musicals, “August: Osage County” opened in December 2007 and went on to win the Tony Award for Best Play in 2008 along with the Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama.
The story, by playwright Tracy Letts, follows a chaotic family in rural Oklahoma while they navigate their problems as family secrets unfold.
Answer: The correct answer is A family drama.