By Lillian Hellman | Directed by Frank Galati
Relevant, ruthless, and gripping, Lillian Hellman’s chronicle of the dark side of the American Dream is a masterpiece of 20th century drama. Set in 1900 in the deep South, Regina Hubbard and her two brothers are nouveau-riche cotton growers who have a chance to become mega-riche by investing in a new mill. But the sib lings still need $75,000 to seal the deal, which they attempt to squander from Regina’s ailing husband. And so the sinister games begin with each of these “little foxes” nibbling at the other’s tender grapes (the title comes from the Song of Solomon) as each will let nothing stand in the way of financial gain.
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