"Intimate and compellingly painful"
– VARIETY

February 13 – March 21, 2010 in Goodman's Owen Theatre

Around 2 hours and 15 minutes

A world premiere

A devastating new play about the impact of addiction, The Long Red Road introduced audiences to Sammy, who has fled his past and landed in South Dakota, where he is slowly drinking himself to death. When his young daughter arrives desperate to reunite with her father, he must decide between the self-hatred that consumes him and the responsibilities he’s tried to leave behind.

 

 
Artists

By BRETT C. LEONARD, Directed by PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN

Cast

MARCOS AKIATEN - Clifton
TOM HARDY - Sam
GRETA HONOLD - Annie
CHRIS MCGARRY - Bob
FIONA ROBERT - Tasha
KATY SULLIVAN - Sandra

Creative Team and Crew

EUGENE LEE - Scenic Design
JANICE PYTEL - Costume Design
EDWARD PIERCE - Lighting Design
JOSHUA HORVATH and RAY NARDELLI - Sound Design and Original Music
CHRISTINE ADAIRE - Dialect Coach
TANYA PALMER - Dramaturg
NICK SANDYS - Fight Consultant
ADAM BELCUORE - Chicago Casting
KIMBERLY OSGOOD - Production Stage Manager