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Kentucky Cycle

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Winner of the 1992 Pulitzer Prize, this sweeping epic of three families in eastern Kentucky spans 200 years of American history from 1775 to 1975. Fast-paced and finely drawn, Schenkkan's stunning six-hour, nine-play cycle examines the myths of the American past which have created, for better or for worse, the country we are today.

"There are nine plays in all -- each written with the kind of impassioned economy which immediately evokes memories of Sophocles and Euripides, short, taut, bloody actions which sparingly recreate the evil, mayhem, and retribution which permeates each of these two turbulent evenings." --TheaterWeek.


The Kentucky Cycle

Directed by Gary Gardner
Scenery by Kip Marsh

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