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The Little Foxes
March 17–April 15

The Little Foxes

By Lillian Hellman

Directed by Frank Galati

“Absolutely delicious" 
—Chicago Sun Times

Relevant, ruthless and gripping, Lillian Hellman’s chronicle of the dark side of the American Dream is a masterpiece of 20th century drama. In the racially stratified South of 1900, Regina Giddens and her two brothers are wealthy cotton growers who have a chance to become even wealthier by investing in a new mill. But the siblings still need $75,000 to seal the deal, which they attempt to swindle from Regina’s ailing husband. And so the sinister games begin as the siblings scheme, connive, and exploit to gain control of the family business and fortune. A skewering social critique of greed and corruption first produced in 1939, Hellman’s portrayal of class and power remains as potent and compelling as ever.

Click HERE to access playbill articles addressing the social, racial, and class issues Hellman depicted in the play.

Contains strong language including historical racial epithets, as well as mature themes.



The Scoop
Presentation at every performance
(excludes Opening Night March 17)
Begins 1 hour before curtain | FREE

Inside Asolo Rep
Born Yesterday and The Little Foxes
February 23 | 11am | Cook Theatre | $5
Insights into the artistic process
Join us for coffee and pastries at 10:30am
Free for donors and Guild members.

Costume Designer Brunch
March 15 | Special Events

Meet the Actors
March 26
Following the performance | FREE

Tuesday Talkbacks
March 28, April 11
Following the performance | FREE

April 5 | LGBT ticketed series

IllumiNation Event
April 8
| Pre- and Post-show events
Theatre and conversation examining race, religion, identity and culture




For more on The Little Foxes, listen to our Inside Asolo Rep series.