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The Country House

Closed November 23, 2014

Danner is a delight!

Los Angeles Times

Why See The Country House?

Blythe Danner to star again on Broadway

The Country House heads to New York City after a successful pre-Broadway run in Los Angeles. Blythe Danner once again stars as the matriarch struggling to keep the peace when her highly creative, and often highly flamable, family gathers at their summerhouse for the Williamstown Theatre Festival. The Country House is brim-full of characters clashing in a distinctly (and very enjoyably) Chekovian way.

Donald Margulies won a Pulitzer Prize in 2000 for his play, Dinner With Friends. This Broadway production marks the Broadway premiere of The Country House, a brand new play by this award-winning playwright, and comes shortly after the play's world premiere on the West Coast.

What is The Country House about?

Anna Patterson (Danner) and her family of actors have gathered at their family's summer home to commemorate the first anniversary of her daughter, Kathy's, death. The guests include Anna's layabout son, Elliot, Kathy's surly daughter Susie (who has rejected the creative vocation altogether to study at Yale) and her widower husband plus his new girlfriend.

The arrival of an additional and unexpected guest, however, throws their relationships into disrepair and they are forced to reevaluate their roles within the family. The play is influenced so much by Chekov's 'Uncle Vanya' and 'The Seagull', that it is really an homage to the great playwright and the characters he gave birth to.

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Previews from: 9 September 2014

Opening night: 2 October 2014


May not be suitable for audience members aged 12 years and younger

Run time

Two hours and 15 minutes with one interval

And before you stop reading

Images used are from the Los Angeles production and as such may not reflect the casting or design of this Broadway production

Cast and Creative


Blythe Danner
Kate Jennings Grant
Eric Lange
David Rasche
Sarah Steele
Daniel Sunjata


Written by Donald Margulies
Directed by Daniel Sullivan

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